Preparing the Educator in Counselor Education is a comprehensive skill development resource for counselor educators looking to engage students, develop curriculum, and provide effective feedback. Chapters fully aligned with the 2016 CACREP standards and grounded in current research discuss topics including pedagogy, identity development, classroom diversity, student engagement, teaching strategies, ethical and legal issues, gatekeeping, and mentoring. The book is replete with guided practice exercises, descriptive commentary, illustrative case studies, and examples from seasoned professionals that provide context, humor, and encouragement.
List of Contributors. Preface. Acknowledgments 1. Establishing an Identity as a Counselor Educator, Laura R. Haddock 2. Developing a Personal Philosophy of Teaching, Joy S. Whitman and Eric T. Beeson 3. Ethical and Legal Issues for Counselor Educators, Theodore P. Remley, Jr. and Cassandra G. Pusateri 4. Multicultural and Social Justice Leadership and Learning in the Classroom, Anneliese A. Singh 5. Classroom Engagement and Evidence-Based Teaching Strategies with Adult Learners, Melissa Ockerman and Breanna Adams 6. Acquisition of Knowledge and Skills, Michael P. Chaney and Jennifer J. Matthews 7. Curriculum Development, J. Kelly Coker and Savitri Dixon-Saxon 8. Evaluation of Student Learning: Instructor Feedback and Developmental Assessment, Kristi Cannon 9. The Role of Gatekeeping in Counselor Education, Janet L. Muse-Burke, Amanda S. Hanko, and Jennifer S. Barna 10. Teaching Across Settings, Corinne Bridges and Walter L. Frazier 11. The Role of Mentoring in Counselor Education, Cirecie A. West-Olatunji, Kathryn Williams and Christian D. Chan 12. Voices from the Classroom
"Haddock and Whitman bring together, for the first time ever, a comprehensive collection of critical topics and components every counselor educator can use in the classroom in educating, training, and preparing future counselor educators. This text allows students to engage in open classroom discussions, case illustrations, and guided practice exercises, but, more importantly, each chapter stimulates thinking, reflection, and introspection. Every counselor education program would benefit from connecting their students with this text."
—Erin M. Dugan, PhD, NCC, CRC, LPC-S, RPT-S, associate dean of academic affairs, interim department head, and clinic director at the Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center