Development Stages and School Counseling
Highlights the importance of understanding the implications of developmental stages on the ability of a school guidance counselor successfully performing their job.
# 90686 | 1,350 words | 5 sources | 2006 |
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in Education (Development Studies) , Education (Social Issues) , Education (Jr High/High School)
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School guidance counselors are often caught in the middle of a conundrum: school is supposed to prepare one academically for the future, but how do you figure out why the child is not progressing? Failure to learn is not always equated to not being academically inclined. By looking to other developmental factors, the school guidance counselor can achieve a more salient set of results per student or student group than by just focusing on academic performance as reported by teachers and grades. This paper highlights the role of various developmental theories with a discussion of their applicability for the school guidance counselor. While the focus on this paper is primarily young teens/early adolescents and middle school guidance counselors, other developmental stages are also identified that apply to younger or older individuals.
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