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- There Is an Emerging Need for Guidance and Counselling
- Students’ perception of school guidance and counselling
- Educational Guidance and Counselling
- School counselor
International Journal of Guidance and Counseling IJGC is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that provides rapid publication monthly of articles in all areas of Guidance and Counseling and related disciplines. The objective of this journal is to provide a veritable platform for scientists and researchers all over the world to promote, share, and discuss a variety of innovative ideas and developments in all aspects of Guidance and Counseling. The Journal welcomes the submission of manuscripts that meet the general criteria of significance and scientific excellence.
There Is an Emerging Need for Guidance and Counselling
Arofah, T. Persona, Jurnal Psikologi Indonesia, 4 9 , — Aydin, D. Effectiveness of a group guidance program on realistic study field choice among first year high school student. Journal of Theory and Practice in Education, 5 1 , 67—
Students’ perception of school guidance and counselling
Psychology for Teachers pp Cite as. An examination of guidance and counselling must begin by insisting that just as every teacher is a teacher of social skills see p. Since teachers are individuals they will inevitably vary in the degree of importance they attach to their counselling roles, and they will also vary in the extent to which children seem prepared to consult them about their difficulties. Some teachers tend to invite confidences more readily than others, and to be more sympathetic and patient in their relationships with children. Children feel they can talk to them, and can trust their reactions. It is in fact these two qualities, sympathy and trustworthiness, rather than any great familiarity with counselling techniques, that children appear to look for when deciding to whom they should turn when in need. Unable to display preview.
Educational Guidance and Counselling
Guidance and counselling services have gained significant attention in recent years. Counselling is a complex helping process in which the counsellor set up a trusting and confidential working relationship, where the focal point is on problem-solving, decision-making, and discovering personal meaning related to learning and development. Guidance and counselling are imperative needs for children, and educational institution has a massive role in bringing out the best in children. Through counselling, children are given advice on how to manage and deal with emotional conflict and personal problems.
Guidance counseling , byname counseling and guidance , the process of helping individuals discover and develop their educational, vocational, and psychological potentialities and thereby to achieve an optimal level of personal happiness and social usefulness. It is implicit in the philosophy of counseling that these objectives are complementary rather than conflicting. The function of those who guide children and young people is not to effect a compromise between the requirements of individuals on the one hand and the demands of the community on the other.
An international scoping project on school-based counseling showed school counseling is mandatory in 39 countries, 32 USA states, one Australian state, 3 German states, 2 countries in the United Kingdom, and three provinces in Canada. In other cases, school counseling is provided by classroom teachers who either have such duties added to their typical teaching load or teach only a limited load that also includes school counseling activities India, Japan, Mexico, South Korea, Zambia. While national policy supports school counseling, only one Australian state requires it. The school counselor-to-student ratio ranges from in the Australian Capital Territory to , in Tasmania. Austria mandates school counseling at the high school level.
The main purpose of the study is to assess the practices and challenges of guidance and counselling services of secondary schools in Gondar town. The study used mixed research approaches based on which a descriptive design was followed. Both primary and secondary sources of data were used. The primary sources of data to the study were the research participants students, principals, counsellors and a supervisor. The secondary sources of data were collected from different literatures related to the problem. The study focused on full cycle secondary schools that provided education from grade 9 — 12 and they were selected using purposive sampling technique. The total population of the study encompassed grade 9 — 12 students, counsellors, principals and supervisor.
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The total development of a child can only take place in an environment conducive for teaching and learning. It is in realization of the above that all educational services which can promote teaching and learning in schools are given prominent attention by educational planners. Counselling services are among the school educational services.
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