An Invitation to the Party- Using Surveys to engage Teenagers

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Adolescents love to answer questions about themselves. Counselors love to get feedback from students. Presented by two experienced counselors, Dr. Steven Antonoff and Cyndy McDonald (PPS/MA) learn about resources available online to give to students to explore career and college options.

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An Invitation to the Party- Using Surveys to engage Teenagers

  1. 1. An Invitation to the Party! Using Surveys in College Consulting Steven Antonoff, IECA Cyndy McDonald, IECA
  2. 2. Your Presenters Steven Antonoff  Author, speaker, and independent educational consultant  Founding Chair and on the board for the American Institute for Certified Educational Planners (AICEP)  Served professional organizations as a board member, and currently is an instructor for UC Irvine.  He is the author of College Match and College Finder.
  3. 3. Your Presenters Cyndy McDonald  Speaker and teacher at national, regional and state levels.  25 years experience in college counseling field  Trainer for AVID, a college access & readiness program, for 13 years.  Founder and president of MyCCA-GuidedPath
  4. 4. AGENDA  Introductions  The Party Activity  Review of types of Surveys  College Going Self-Insight  Career Self-Insight  Other IEC Tools  Related Information  Sharing  Handouts & Raffle Numbers in presentation correspond to # on USING SURVEYS RESOURCE LIST
  5. 5. An activity for students to explore personality types and career options.
  6. 6. The Party Activity  Adapted from:  What Color is Your Parachute  Uses HOLLAND THEORY  Don’t have groups? Offer as a individual survey.  Use #13- Personality Mosaic*, adapted from Coming Alive Nine-Five (1996) by Betty Neville Michelozi.
  7. 7. Using Surveys in College Consulting What do you use? College going Personality Surveys Career Surveys Learning Styles College Match Other What can you use? We’ll cover a selection of surveys from the Survey Resource List to show what you may be missing.
  8. 8. COLLEGE GOING SELF- INSIGHT SURVEY INSTRUMENTS
  9. 9. #1 Authentic Happiness
  10. 10. #4 College Match Self Survey
  11. 11. #4 College Match Self Survey
  12. 12. #6 Find My Spark
  13. 13. #6 Find My Spark
  14. 14. #8 Jung Typology
  15. 15. #10 LASSI Quiz
  16. 16. Additional Resources See Using Surveys in College Consulting Resource List
  17. 17. CAREER SELF- INSIGHT SURVEY INSTRUMENTS
  18. 18. #17 ACT Profile
  19. 19. #18 CA Career Zone #18 CA Career Zone
  20. 20. #22 iSeek Career Clusters
  21. 21. #25 Latitude
  22. 22. #26 ONET Online
  23. 23. #26 ONET Online
  24. 24. #27 Strength Finder 2
  25. 25. #28 Whodouwant2b Pathfinders Quiz
  26. 26. Additional Resources See College Resource List
  27. 27. OTHER IEC TOOLS
  28. 28. #29 College Choice 101 Cards
  29. 29. Design A College  Similar to College Choice 101 Cards *Templates available through www.guidedpath.net
  30. 30. Additional Resources See College Resource List
  31. 31. RELATED INFORMATION
  32. 32. #32
  33. 33. #32
  34. 34. What do YOU use? College Going Self-Insight? Career Self- Insight Other IEC Tools/ Related
  35. 35. Additional Resources See College Resource List
  36. 36. Resources  Annotated Resource list  The College Match Survey & Scoring Sheet  The Party Activity  With Holland Personality Themes & Personality Themes Map  Personality Mosaic Survey & Scoring sheet Click here to link to resources, activities & surveys online, or email or leave a card and we can send you the link for the documents. RAFFLE! - Party Activity w/Cards - Design a College Cards
  37. 37. Contact Us!  Steven Antonoff…………….steve@schoolbuff.com www.schoolbuff.com  Cyndy McDonald…………...cyndy@guidedpath.com www.guidedpath.com

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