A cumulative record is a systematic account of information about a student. It is an evaluation tool which presents a comprehensive record of the achievement or otherwise of each student in different aspect-physical academic, moral, social and health. It begins as soon as the child enters the school and continues till he leaves the school. The information written in the cumulative record cards is collected from different sources over a period of time.
Need of the Cumulative Record CardThe cumulative Record card of a student is needed for the following important points.1. To give a complete picture of a pupil's all round progress in different areas i.e. physical, academic, moral, social and health.2. To assess the child, his potentialities, interest, aptitude and talents.3. To provide proper guidance and COUNSELING taking into consideration of students curricular and co- curricular achievements.4. To help parents and teachers in the placement of pupil after the completion of schooling /study.
Content of a Cumulative Record Card (CRC)1. Personal data — Personal data give introductory information about a child like his name, sex, date of birth, age, permanent address, parents name and family background.2. Academic data —It deals with the information about the previous schools attended earlier, present grade or class, roll number, examinations appeared, results, division and percentage of marks in each examination failures, percentage of attendance etc.3. Health data — It reveals information regarding height, weight, blood pressure, communicable diseases if any, treatments given, food habits, exercise parental disease if any, care taken if handicap etc.Co-curricular activities data — the child's participation in different co-curricular activities, leadership qualities, certificates awarded, prizes and medals received are recorded in it.Personality characteristics — this reveals the psychological aspects like intellectual ability self- confidence, emotional stability, leadership qualities, tolerance, initiative and sense of responsibility etc.Record of COUNSELING and guidance —the problems found with the child, date of interview, reasons discovered, remedial measures taken, following programmes etc. are mentioned in the card.General over all Remarks — General remarks by the class teacher and Headmaster on the performance and talents of the pupil.
Content of a Cumulative Record Card (CRC)1. Co-curricular activities data — the child's participation in different co-curricular activities, leadership qualities, certificates awarded, prizes and medals received are recorded in it.2. Personality characteristics — this reveals the psychological aspects like intellectual ability self- confidence, emotional stability, leadership qualities, tolerance, initiative and sense of responsibility etc.3. Record of COUNSELING and guidance —the problems found with the child, date of interview, reasons discovered, remedial measures taken, following programmes etc. are mentioned in the card.4. General over all Remarks — General remarks by the class teacher and Headmaster on the performance and talents of the pupil.
SCHEME OF PRESENTATION Introduction of Cumulative Record Importance of Cumulative Record Contents of Cumulative Record Card (CRC) Definition of Counseling/ Counselor Aim/ Objective Need of Counseling 3
SCHEME OF PRESENTATION Types of Counseling S.O.L.E.R Some non-helpful behaviors Termination of a session Summary 4
INTRDUCTIONA record or collection ofrecords respecting a pupil’sattendance, academicachievement & other inpossession or in control of aschool/ department
IMPORTANCE OF CUMULATIVE RECORD Examinations give a partial view of the academic achievement, it can’t lead to sure judgment To give complete picture of progress To assess the interests, talents, personality, growth in personality at various stages To provide proper guidance and COUNSELING It guides the teacher, the students life, his capacities, weakness, limitations and strengths
CONTENTS OF CUMULATIVE RECORD CARD (Cont…) The CRC, records the following information regarding different aspects of development Personal Data: Name, Sex, DoB, Address, Parents name and Family background Academic Data: Previous School, Class, Roll Number, Results, Failure % & % of attendance Health Data: Height, Blood, BP, Treatments, Food habits and Exercise habits
CONTENTS OF CUMULATIVE RECORD CARD (CRC) Co-curricular Activities Data: Sports, Leadership qualities, certificates awarded, prizes & medals Personality Characteristics: Intellectual abilities, leadership, self confidence, Emotional stability, tolerance, initiative and sense of responsibility Record of Counseling & Guidance: Problems, date interviewed, reasons, measures & programs General Remarks: By the principle on the talents and performance
COUNSELING/ COUNSELORThe help, anyone receive from credentialedprofessionals to overcome personal and socialproblems that interfere with learning/ service /A person to attend theproblems of anyone,offer a special hearing,studies problem andsuggest a solutions
AIM/ OBJECTIVE OF COUNSELINGTo assist the counselee to achieve self-direction,integration and self-responsibility /After necessary training, you should be able to: Develop helping relationship with a client Conduct group counseling sessions Compare individual and group counseling Counsel special group
NEED OF COUNSELING Mental and social condition is pathetic Heavily crowded with workload Aspiration of the parents are all time high Hobbies and field of interest is jeopardized No amount of marks & working time is sufficient Parents are confused, students are frustratedand teachers are helpless
GROUP COUNSELINGTypes of Groups: (continued) Task Groups: Comes together to perform a task that has a concrete goal Psycho-educational Group: Preventative and educational groups that help members learn about a particular topic or issue
GROUP COUNSELINGTypes of Groups: (continued) Problem-Solving Groups: Help participants resolve problems of living through interpersonal support and problem solving Psychotherapy Group: Focus on personality reconstruction or remediation of deep-seated psychological problems
GROUP COUNSELINGTypes of Groups: Support Groups: Deals with special populations, specific issues & offer support, comfort and connectedness to others Self-help Groups: No formal or trained group leader (e.g. Alcoholics Anonymous or Gamblers Anonymous)
S.O.L.E.R. When working with a client, you want to send a message that you are listening This can be done by being attentive both verbally (responding to the client) and nonverbally SOLER is an acronym which serves to remind us how to listen
S: Face the client squarely; that is, adopt a posture that indicates involvement O: Adopt an open posture. Sit with both feet on the ground to begin with and with your hands folded, one over the other L: As you face your client, lean toward him or her. Be aware of their space needs E: Maintain eye contact. Looking away or down suggests that you are bored or ashamed of what the client is saying. Looking at the person suggests that you are interested and concerned R: As you incorporate these skills into your attending listening skills, relax
Some Non-Helpful Behaviors There are several lists of non-helpful behaviors. Most common among them include: Advice Giving Lecturing Excessive Questioning Storytelling Asking “Why?” Asking “How did that make you feel?”
Termination of a Session There is no great secret to ending sessions. There are some guidelines: Start and end on time Leave 5 minutes or so for a summary of the session Introduce the end of the session normally (“Our time is coming to a close.”) Assign homework Set up next appointment