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Thursday, February 21, 2013
Falbe Perceived Roles
It is my current impression that the role of a guidance counselor is to help students chose the classes that will not only put them on the right path for graduation, but also help them to explore post high school options. It seems to me from my experience as both a students and a teacher guidance counselors play a pivotal role in making sure that graduation requirements are fulfilled by making sure that the proper classes are taken as well as proper exams. As a teacher I have a better understanding that counselors also take an interest in helping students pursue post secondary options. Whether it is helping them to identify a career path, a college, or secure funding for further education guidance counselors play a key role in a high school students academic journey. While all of this is key to their job, some how they also counsel students through personal issues, making sure that they deal with their problems appropriately and area able to concentrate on getting through high school.