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Course SummaryUse this study guide to review what you already know or learn new facts about school counselor programs, tools, assessments and intervention strategies. These topics are the same as those found on the Georgia Assessments for the Certification of Educators (GACE) School Counseling Test II exam.
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About This Course
From elements of school counseling programs to the evaluation of these programs, this course provides you with the opportunity to review various aspects of counseling in all grade levels. You will study ways in which to respond to crisis situations, develop curriculum, assess learning, consider student diversity and use college and career counseling tools. Review of these topics will prepare you for the GACE School Counseling Test II exam. Once you have studied this course, you should have built a better understanding of the following concepts:
- Types of crises and counseling responses and interventions for them
- Counseling programs in elementary, middle and secondary schools
- Guidance counselor roles, leadership functions and advocacy
- Curriculum development and teaching strategies
- Learning assessments
- Equality issues in schools
- Classroom management and teaching in diverse learning environments
- College and career counseling tools and strategies
- Evaluating school counseling programs
About the Exam
The GACE School Counseling Test II exam is the second of the two-test exam that measures the competencies of aspiring school counselors as they seek certification in the state of Georgia. Test II covers the following two subareas: Delivery of Service (80% of the exam) and Accountability (20% of the exam). This test is entirely computer-administered and contains 80 selected-response questions. To pass this GACE exam, candidates must score at least 220.
GACE School Counseling Test II Exam Preparation & Registration
This study guide has been designed to be the only tool you need to fully prepare for the GACE School Counseling Test II exam. Video lessons are easily accessed 24/7 from any device, allowing you to create a flexible and convenient study schedule, and can be viewed as often as needed to fully comprehend each concept. Lessons provide detailed reviews of testing and assessment practices in school counseling; types of learning assessments; student diversity; counseling and special needs students; and how counseling can assist students in making college and career decisions. Each lesson is taught by an instructor with experience in the field. Self-assessment quizzes and chapter exams are handy tools you can use to measure what you have learned and your readiness for taking the GACE School Counseling Test II exam.
You must first create an account on the Georgia Professional Standards Commission website to obtain a Georgia certification ID if you wish to register for this GACE exam. This ID number is used to create an ETS GACE testing account on the ETS website. You can then register and make payment of exam fees online or by phone. Payments can be made via a debit or credit card, PayPal or electronic check.
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