Sixth-Grade Counseling Learning Objectives
Improvement of Academic Self-concept leading to Life-long learning
Develop and practice study skills and test-taking strategies specific to each academic area and identify available resources.
Self-management for Life-long learning
Develop and practice a self-management system to promote academic success.
Demonstrate the ability to adjust to changing school structures and continue to meet academic expectations.
Integration of Self-knowledge into Life and Career Plans
Use current interests, strengths, and limitations to guide individual career exploration.
Respect for All Work
Identify males and females in non-traditional work roles.
Career Decision Making
Evaluate career and educational information resources.
Education and Career Requirements
Compare different types of post-secondary training and education as they relate to career choices.
Personal Skills for Job Success
Assess and analyze personal, ethical, and work habit skills as they relate to individual student success.
Job seeking Skills
Personal and Social Development
Identify individual strengths and areas for personal growth and good citizenship.
Balancing Life Roles
Identify and develop personal planning strategies to manage individual, family, and school responsibilities.
Citizenship and contribution within a diverse community
Demonstrate skills needed to participate in team building.
Identify interpersonal skills needed to maintain quality relationships.
Respect for self and Others
Identify and develop strategies to promote acceptance and respect in the school and community.
Personal Responsibility in Relationships
Apply problem-solving and conflict-resolution skills to new challenges.
Safe and Healthy Choices
Identify problem-solving, decision-making, and refusal skills needed to make safe/healthy choices in social situations.
Personal Safety of Self and Others
Identify behaviors that compromise personal safety of self and others.
Review and revise strategies to cope with life-changing events.