SGC-630: Research Methods/Tests and Measurements

3 credit hours
Preparation is given to prospective counselors to be change agents in the school by studying and applying various research methods, assessments, and psycho - educational tests. Counselor candidates will explore commonly used assessment instruments that address learner aptitude, achievement, interest, intelligence, content areas, and traits like self esteem, values, and modalities to help in the decision making process. The analysis, synthesis, and disaggregation of this data will be used to examine student outcomes in order to identify, intervene, and plan for student success and reduce student achievement gaps. (Min. 10 Clock hours of field Experiences required.)