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Guidance, with motivational game,

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  • Educational Guidance Prepared by : Madel C. Buhi
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  • Purpose of educational guidance: Educational guidance is intended to achieve the following purposes: 1. To provide pupils with scientific assistance in their choice and adjustment in relation to subjects of study and co-curricular activities and with school life to effect maximum intellectual, emotional and physical development. 2. To help the pupil with specific problems like lack of relationship between ability and achievement, deficiency in one or several school subjects, faulty study habits, defective methods of learning and poor motivation. 3. To help the pupil choose the educational course best suited to him. Educational guidance is a conscious effort to assist in the intellectual growth of an individual by self- direction.
  • 4. To help the pupil relate the course chosen to prospective jobs. 5. To help the pupil to make educational plans consistent with his abilities, interests and goals to select appropriate curricula and courses. 6. To help the pupil succeed in his educational program. 7. To enable the faculty members to know the modifications required in the curriculum and in the administrative arrangements of the school to meet the needs of the students. Functions of educational guidance at different stages: Elementary stage Secondary stage Higher secondary stage
  • Elementary stage : a. Assisting pupils to make a proper beginning. b. Assisting pupils to plan intelligently. c. Assisting pupils to get the best out of their education. d. Preparing pupils to enter the secondary stage. Secondary stage: a. He develops new ways of thinking, new associations and new spheres of concern. b. He forms certain attitudes towards the school, the teachers and education. c. He develops certain likes and dislikes; some of his interests mature. d. By this time, intelligence and abilities grow almost to the maximal point and those that remained underdeveloped have limited possibilities to grow now. e. Personality traits also become somewhat stabilized.
  • Higher secondary stage: a. Assisting pupils in the selection of courses/vocations in line with their abilities and interests. b. Assisting pupils in understanding the objectives of higher education so that they decide the line of action for themselves. The guidance worker can help the students in three ways: 1. For the first category, he can create awareness among the pupils regarding the development of knowledge and skills, effective work habits, attitudes and character which can be helpful in their personal and vocational development. 2. For the second category, he can help in the choice of occupational courses and socially useful productive work in the light of their future career plan. 3. For the third category, he can help in the choice of academic courses in the light of their future career plan.