4 edition of Vocational guidance and counselling in Nigerian secondary schools found in the catalog.
Vocational guidance and counselling in Nigerian secondary schools
Written in English
|Statement||by Enya Nwachi.|
|Series||Canadian theses = Thèses canadiennes|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 220 leaves|
|Number of Pages||220|
Guidance services in the Nigerian educational system have however, been focused in the secondary schools and tertiary institutions with very little attention, if any, paid to the primary school sector. This has made many people to ask whether the primary school child in Nigeria has not got any problems that needs the attention of the counsellor; of course, the primary school child obviously. services in the school, offer guidance and counseling services to the students. The findings show that guidance and counselling was minimally used in the management of student discipline in secondary schools in Londiani District. Punishments especially physical punishment, corporal punishment and suspension/calling parents.
Report of Government Investigation into Secondary Schools in Nigeria. Ayandele, E. A. Missionary Impact on Modern Nigeria. London, Congruence. Guidance and Counselling in Nigerian Schools. London, George Allen & Unwin. B. Vocational guidance in Nigeria. Prospe 65–73 (). https://doi. Educational and Vocational Guidance 50 Unit Organizing Guidance Services at School and College Level 72 Unit Personal and Group Guidance: Concept, Aims and Methods 91 Unit Personal Guidance at School Level Unit Personal Guidance at College Level Unit Counseling: Concept, Need and Goals with Reference to India Unit
The Nigerian secondary school educational system expects that students are to be properly guided on their educational activities, vocational choices, emotional and socio-personal problems. Therefore, to overcome life inadequateness, guidance and counselling provides appropriate assistance to students to better understand and accept. The study looked at the importance of vocational guidance in vocational education programmes in Nigeria. Vocational guidance is important because of its multi-dimensional problems of school-to-work transition and it is believed that individuals have certain interests, abilities, personality traits and other characteristics peculiar to them.
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Guidance and Counseling in Nigerian Secondary Schools: The Role of ICT Oye N. Department of Information Systems, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia [email protected] Afterwards, the vocational guidance services spread to other public secondary schools outsides Ibadan and across the entire Nigeria.
Officials from the. A third major significant landmark was a book written by Mr C.I Berepiki titled “An Approach to Guidance in Schools”. Through these efforts, the Federal Government was made to recognize the importance of Guidance and Counselling in the development of the nation.
The importance of guidance and counseling programme in secondary schools, include bringing to the students an increased understanding of the educational, vocational and social information needed. — The importance of guidance and counseling programme in secondary schools, include bringing to the students an increased understanding of the educational, vocational and social information needed to make wise choices.
In our society there are many. It is worrying that some schools in Nigeria only focus on having counselors at secondary school level.
This is a concern that needs to be tackled; guidance counselors in Nigeria need to be available also at elementary level.
Elementary school counselors in Nigeria need to have the skills and education to observe and recognize the needs of students from different upbringings. Guidance and counselling programmes is an educational service that compliments instructions, administrations and other components (Arijesuyo,p) of the secondary school systems.
The programmes are specialised and organized activities rendered to students for the dissemination of meaningful information in the area of personal-social. The Role of Guidance and Counselling in Effective Teaching and Learning in Schools: The Nigerian Perspective. The European Conference.
Vocational guidance and counselling in Nigerian secondary schools book revealed by findings and conducted by number of Nigerian scholars, among whom are Adugbo (), Denga (), Allolla (), Bello (), guidance and counselling services are yet to take off effectively in Nigerian schools generally due to some problems that are yet to be addressed properly.
A study of guidance in secondary schools published by the EEC in suggests that in times of financial stringency it might be more effective to spend less money on teaching and learning and more on guidance to ensure its effective use (Guidance & Counselling in schools, ,).With this suggestion in mind, coupled.
A number of guidance services that could be frequently found in Nigeria secondary schools include; (1) Counselling Services, a personalize dialogue or interview between the counsellor and counsellee or client during which the client seeks expert‟s assistance from the counsellor regarding the solution to his/ her problems.
EVALUATION OF GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN NIGERIA LITERATURE REVIEW Concept of Guidance and Counseling Various authors have used the term “guidance” and “counseling” either to the mean differently things or to mean the same thing. Due to this, many texts use the term interchangeable.
However, the general consensus amongst professionals in that guidance. The apparent ignorance of many young people about career prospects in the view of the personality maladjustment among school children/adults, necessitated the federal government to appoint career officers and counselors in post-primary institutions through the Federal Ministry of Education, hence, the establishment of guidance and counseling in Nigerian school system.
This study sought to find out Challenges to effective Guidance and Counselling as perceived by Counsellors in Secondary Schools in Enugu State Nigeria. The study was restricted to the views of counsellors and Teacher counsellors in public Secondary schools in Enugu State, Nigeria.
Guidance and Counselling in the Nigeria Secondary Schools The provision of guidance and counselling services in the secondary schools is geared towards helping students to understand self and to take appropriate steps in making educational, social, vocational and. y and practical aspects of guidance and • Guidance is always provided in group form, as many students have more or less similar issues on which they need guidance.
• Counselling is always counselee-centred, and the counselee plays a ve i • There is a single theory of guidance and counselling that can be. Differences between Guidance and Counselling Purposes of Guidance and Counselling Conclusion Summary Tutor Marked Assignment References/Further Readings INTRODUCTION Any worthwhile book on Guidance and Counselling will always discuss what the nature of the course is all about.
These include its routine. CHALLENGES AND PROSPECTS OF GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING Republic of Nigeria, ). To achieve this, education in the country is categorized into different stages ranging from pre-school/early childhood through primary and secondary to tertiary levels with varying appropriate modes of instruction.
The history of modern education. Nigerian counsellors are group guidance and counselling for vocational exploration. Alao () also remarked on the group as a medium for helping individual and the readiness to work in group will help in fostering vocational maturity behaviour among secondary school students.
From all. However, for a secondary school, there must be a guidance committee for organizing and monitoring its guidance programme properly, although this committee may vary according to the availability of human and material resources. Hence, let us know the composition of the guidance committee or school guidance committee.
The Principal or Headmaster. designed to examine guidance and counselling programmes in secondary schools: it also determined issues and roles of the programme in students’ career decision making.
The study adopted an ex-post facto descriptive survey design and covered senior school students in ten selected secondary schools in Ebonyi State, Nigeria.
Vocational guidance for students and adults is one of the best ways to choose the right career path. With a plethora of career choices out there, sound career counselling plays a pivotal role in ensuring that right career choices are made.Author: SHADOWMAN Created Date: 6/16/ AM.
A key note address at the 2nd National conference of Counselling Association of Nigeria (CASSON) Katsina State chapter on Guidance and Couselling and transformation agenda. june 4th .