Using Student Success Skills to Address ASCA Behavior Standards in Grades K-3
Professional School Counseling
This study evaluated relationships between a school counselor's implementation of the Student Success Skills (SSS) program with 203 students in grades K-3 and teacher ratings of student competency on five learning behaviors from the ASCA Mindsets & Behaviors for Student Success (American School Counselor Association, 2014). Using a paired samples t test, the authors discovered significant increases in all five behavior variables. The most substantial results were related to Coping Skills, Listening Skills, and Positive/Supportive Relationships.
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Abel, Nick R.; Oliver, Brandie M.; Keller, Thomas; McAulay, Andrew; and Piatek, Lisa, "Using Student Success Skills to Address ASCA Behavior Standards in Grades K-3" (2016). Scholarship and Professional Work – Education. 124.