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  • Basic Principles in Guidance Programming Prepared by: Marjorie Ann E. Zulueta III-26 B.S. Psychology
  • A. It provides for the holistic development of the students.
  • GUIDANCE HOLISTIC = DEVELOPMENT SOUL MIND BODY
  • B. education + guidance = Education and guidance support and complement each other to maximize students’ growth and development.
  • C. Administrative and faculty understanding and support to the Guidance Program are crucial to its success.
  • D. Guidance Personnel teaching disciplining Counseling Guidance personnel perform specific task distinct and separate from teaching and disciplining.
  • A. The Guidance Program addresses the developmental and adjustment needs of the students.
  • B. The Program considers the unique culture and climate of the specific population and environment it serves.
  • C. The program offerings are based on regular, systematic assessment of the students’ needs and environment.
  • D. Guidance is a continuous process throughout the person’s stay in school.
  • E. Guidance activities are specifically planned and develop to ensure Program effectiveness.
  • F. The Guidance team consists of the school counselor, psychologists, social workers, teachers, administrators and other professionals and staff who work together for the welfare of the students.
  • G.
  • A. Every individual has needs that must be attended to.
  • B. Guidance should be extended to all.
  • C. Every individual is unique and possesses worth and dignity.
  • D. Human beings can develop their own insights.
  • E. All individuals have the right and capability to make decisions and plans.
  • A. The school counselor is a role model of positive human relations.
  • B. Professionally trained guidance personnel are dispensable for ensuring competence, leadership and direction.