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Counseling - Portfolio & Praxis Information

All students seeking certification as a school counselor must complete a Missouri Standards for Teacher Education Programs (MoSTEP) Portfolio. The Portfolio is a primary tool used to assess student attainment of Program standards. The primary components of the Portfolio include artifacts and reflections for each of the thirteen MoSTEP Quality Indicators, PRAXIS II results, evaluations, and a resume. The Portfolio is completed electronically using Foliotek, an online portfolio management system. Due to the complexity of the Portfolio, students are encouraged to develop their Portfolio project throughout their program of study.

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Praxis
All students seeking certification as a School Counselor in Missouri must successfully complete the Praxis II Test: Professional School Counselor (Test number 0421 for all grade levels). Completing the Praxis II Test is a graduation requirement and also part of the student’s Portfolio. To register or obtain study guides for the Praxis II Test, students should visit ETS.

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"Teaching and Leading as an Art and a Science"
The School of Education agrees that the general outcome of the teacher education program must be teaching professionals that believe and implement teaching as a blend of “Art” and “Science” as represented by the Beauty and Mechanism of the Spellmann Clock Tower… Teaching as an art because teaching is a craft that must be learned and applied in an authentic environment. Teaching as a science because it must be influenced by research and best practice for optimal student learning to be achieved.
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