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What courses would I have to take in order to be successful in the career of a guidance counselor?

Provides support services to students, staff, and parents. Support services include referrals, counseling, assessment, diagnostics, and report writing. This work takes place at the school site, in other public buildings, and in private residences. Additional responsibilities include student rostering/scheduling, maintaining individual student Education Plans, etc. This is a twelve (12) month position. #career #counselor #advice #courses #guidance-counselor

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Hello Bryana,


You can get an undergraduate degree in Pedagogy (Education) in order to understand the processes involved in teaching and student learning; development activities and pedagogical projects; theories of child development; didactic and teaching practices.


Upon completion of your degree course in the field of Education, seek a specialization in school administration. This course will enable you to understand and practice of managing a school; development of curricula and school programs; development of evaluations and academic tests.


If you want to work with diagnosis, prevention and treatment of disorders and learning difficulties, make a post graduate degree in psychopedagogy.


I hope this information can help in your career and decision making. success,


Daniela.

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