What is the goal of guidance?
Help student understand the various physical and social-emotional developments that take place in the concerned stage of life. Help students to know and appreciate themselves. Guide him to relate effectively with others. Help to overcome the fear, anxiety, tension, etc.
Why is it important to evaluate the guidance program of a school?
Importance of Evaluating the Program verifies or rejects practices by indicating what works and what does not, and shows the extent to which an activity is effective. It helps the implementors to do away with unproductive innovations.
What are the characteristics of an effective school guidance program?
Here are 10 of the top traits every school counselor should have:
- Be a good listener. The first thing that comes to mind is that school counselors must be able to listen.
- Be able to assess.
- Be an excellent communicator.
- Appreciate diversity.
- Be friendly.
- Be authoritative.
- Be well-rounded.
- Be able to coordinate.
What are the factors of guidance?
The study findings indicated that some factors that influence guidance and counselling programme implementation include: the students’ and teachers’ gender, parental influence, culture, type of the counseling problem, attitude of the student, counselling problem, attitude and personality of the teacher counselor.
What are the skills of a school counselor?
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- Communication. A big part of being a school counselor is listening to students, and then responding thoughtfully and effectively.
- Understanding of diversity.
- Knowing when to act.
What are the aims of guidance?
The major aim of Guidance Counseling Services is to encourage students’ academic, social, emotional and personal development. To reach this aim, guidance counseling services help students get to know themselves better and find effective solutions to their daily problems.
What are the factors that affect Counselling?
After completing this session you should be more aware of the wider context of counselling and key factors that can affect it. These include: socio-economic status, culture, gender roles, traditional practices, and the wider support and decision-making network from the partner, family and community.