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Wisconsin Pupil Services Evaluation System: School Counselor

Overview

The Wisconsin Pupil Services Evaluation System is an optional professional evaluation system for school counselors and the other three pupil services professions of school nursing, psychology, and social work. It is parallel in format and rigor to the Wisconsin Educator Effectiveness System. Pupil services professionals may develop a Pupil Services Evaluation Plan (PSEP) in MyLearningPlan© for each year in the Evaluation Cycle or may use other formats available to school districts (see below). See the Wisconsin Pupil Services Evaluation System for more information.

School Counseling Evaluation Rubric

The School Counseling Evaluation Rubric outlines the components of school counseling practice. The rubric is based on a collection of components and criteria included in the Wisconsin Comprehensive School Counseling Model, the American School Counselor Association National Model (3rd ed.), the Danielson Framework, and the CESA 6 Education Specialist evaluation. Most of the components are required as they represent the practices which are generally common to K-12 school program needs. However, one component is optional for elementary counselors.

Sample Student and Program Outcomes (under development)

 

SPO Scoring Rubric and Process Guide

 

School Counselor Evidence Sources (under development)

 

Wisconsin Pupil Services Evaluation System User Guide

Microsoft Office Word Versions

 
  • School Counselor Evaluation Included Component Planning (under development)
School Counselor Evaluation Plan End of Cycle Summary Examples of Evidence Sources
  • Examples of School Counselor Evidence Sources (under development)
Observations and Consultations
For questions about this information, contact Gregg Curtis (608) 266-2820