ASCA Annual Conference Webcast 
Even if you couldn't make it to Philadelphia to attend the 2013 ASCA Annual Conference, in person, you can still take advantage of the valuable professional development opportunity. You can watch selected conference sessions online from the comfort of your own home or office on your own schedule.
Register for the full line-up of available sessions for $149.95, or individual breakout sessions for $19.95 each or pre-conference workshops for $29.95 each. And, for a limited time, if you register for the full line-up, we'll throw in the three keynote speaker sessions at no additional change. 

Sign up for the full line-up, and you can earn 2.1 CEUs (equal to 21 contact hours). Download the CEU form to fill out and mail in after you've watched the webcast to receive your CEUs.

So settle in with your computer and take advantage of the next best thing to being at the ASCA conference in person. 

The full line-up of sessions includes:

Register for the Full Conference Webstream 

Pre-conference Workshop: ASCA National Model I
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0.3 CEUs/3 Contact Hours

Heard of the ASCA National Model but aren’t familiar with its ins and outs? Not sure how to begin the process of connecting your school counseling program to the ASCA National Model? Spend the morning getting better acquainted with the ASCA National Model, and increase your comfort level with it. 

Pre-conference Workshop: ASCA National Model II
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0.3 CEUs/3 Contact Hours

The ASCA National Model connects school counseling with the current educational reform movement, emphasizing student achievement and success. Move beyond an overview of the program components, and focus on the shift of the school counselor’s role and function from an entitlement culture to a performance culture. Learn to focus not only on student success but also on system change supporting student success. Examine how to develop action plans and evaluation tools that will take your program to the next level.
Speaker: Carol Kaffenberger, Ph.D., Professor Emerita, George Mason University

Opening Keynote Address: Chef Jeff Henderson, “From the Streets to the Stove”
0.15 CEUs/1.5 Contact Hours

Liberty and Social Justice for All - Purchase this Recording
0.125 CEUs/1.25 Contact Hours
Collaboration and data use can help remove barriers to learning. By involving all stakeholders, you can create an action plan to bridge the achievement gap. 
• Use data analysis and guided inquiry to understand the achievement gap and specific needs in your school. 
• Learn how to identify inequities and employ a social justice approach in your school. 
• Create an action plan, and work collaboratively to address social justice needs.
Speakers: Barbara Micucci, School Counselor, Caley Elementary School, Plymouth Meeting, Pa.; Susan Silver, Director of Curriculum and Instruction, Upper Merion Area School District, King of Prussia, Pa.

School-Family-Community Partnerships - Purchase this Recording
0.125 CEUs/1.25 Contact Hours
School counselors believe in school-family-community partnerships but often need help building successful partnerships. Hear some real-life examples of partnerships that work, and discover a seven-stage partnership model you can use to extend your reach and influence.
• Build your knowledge about partnerships, and discover a practical social-justice-focused model to guide you in the daily steps of building partnerships. 
• Focus on partnership stages and accompanying evidence-based strategies for implementing partnership. 
• Leave able to apply a seven-stage, social-justice model for implementing school-family-community partnerships.
Speakers: Julia Bryan, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, University of Maryland at College Park; Lynette Henry, Doctoral Student, University of South Florida

Gain School Board Support - Purchase this Recording
0.125 CEUs/1.25 Contact Hours
School board policy is a strategy you can use to promote comprehensive school counseling programs. Learn about a recent Washington state study assessing school board members’ perceptions of school counseling activities and school counseling board policy. Discover how school board policy can help change school counselor role and function to better align with comprehensive school counseling. 
• Learn how understanding school board priorities can help you align your program with to district need. 
• Discover how to advocate for school counseling school board policy adoption and/or updates. 
• Walk away with policy examples to use in your district. and leave with policy examples to use in your own district.
Speaker: Megyn Shea, Doctoral Student, Oregon State University

Unleashing the Power of SMART Goals - Purchase this Recording
0.125 CEUs/1.25 Contact Hours
Creating SMART program goals is an essential component to any comprehensive school counseling program. Learn how to create SMART program goals based on student data and linked to your school improvement plan, and focus on putting your goals into action and assessing their effectiveness.
• Discover how SMART goals contribute to data-driven school counseling programs. 
• Practice creating SMART program goals.
• Learn how to structure the delivery of services based on the goals.
Speakers: Valerie Hardy, Secondary Counseling Specialist, Fairfax County Public Schools, Fairfax, Va.; Carol Kaffenberger, Ph.D., Professor Emerita, George Mason University

Keynote Address: David Marcus, “A is for Acceptance”
0.15 CEUs/1.5 Contact Hours

Districtwide Student Support Services Teams and Accountability - Purchase this Recording
0.125 CEUs/1.25 Contact Hours
It's all about accountability. Hear how one school district has developed a comprehensive accountability program aligned with the ASCA National Model. Get examples of various accountability measures and outcomes used by the Alamance Burlington School System's Student Support Services Division.
* Develop a knowledge of various accountability methods. 
* Learn ideas for troubleshooting data analysis. 
* Address how to align school district and school site goals with student support services team goals.
Speakers: Marrius Pettiford, Ph.D., Director of Student Support Services,; LaJuana Norfleet, Lead Elementary School Counselor; Vernetta Bridges, Lead Secondary School Counselor; Kimberly Davis, School Counselor, Alamance Burlington Schools, Burlington, N.C.

Tie Evidence-Based School Counseling to Mission and Goals - Purchase this Recording
0.3 CEUs/3 Contact Hours
Strong mission statements and goals are central to establishing a Recognized ASCA Model Program (RAMP). Build program mission and goals using school improvement plans, district initiatives and state initiatives. Evidence-based school counseling strategies illustrate how to achieve program goals, while data analysis strategies are used to inform the evolution of program goals.
• Learn how to create RAMP mission and goals. Participants will learn how to implement evidence-based school counseling strategies. 
• Connect evidence-based school counseling strategies with your program's mission and goals, leading to data outcomes. 
• Focus on data analysis skills to use to examine the data outcomes and inform the evolution of your program goals.
Speaker: Brett Zyromski, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Northern Kentucky University

Tools to Increase Time With Students - Purchase this Recording
0.125 CEUs/1.25 Contact Hours
School counselors have a lot of work and little time in which to do it. So when are you going to find time to analyze student data? By using data analysis templates, you can streamline your workflow in the areas of 504 plans, IEPs, pre/post testing data and surveys.
* Walk away with sample templates and Web-based resources for collecting and analyzing data.
* Learn strategies for using these tools to increase your time with students and reduce your time collecting and analyzing data.
Speaker: Timothy Conway, Director of School Counseling, Lakeland Regional High School, Wanaque, N.J., Stacey Solomon, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Caldwell College

Keynote Address: Rachel Simmons, “The Hidden Culture of Aggression in Girls”
0.15 CEUs/1.5 Contact Hours