The School Counselor Activity Rating Scale: An Instrument for Gathering Process Data
The importance of collecting process data describing school counselor practice is widely supported as a component of accountability. However, the lack of practically significant and valid instruments may hamper this practice. The School Counselor Activity Rating Scale was designed to measure how school counselors actually spend their time versus how they would prefer to spend their time in job-related activities. Its development, initial validity and reliability results, and potential applications are presented in this article.
Scarborough, Janna L.. 2005. The School Counselor Activity Rating Scale: An Instrument for Gathering Process Data. Professional School Counseling. 274-283. https://doi.org/10.2307/42732469