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Guiding your child on their career decision making

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This presentation provides perspective for parents to understand the career development of their child and how they get involved in their child's career development.

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Guiding your child on their career decision making

  1. 1. Dr. Carlo Magno crlmgn@yahoo.com
  2. 2.  Your child’s career development  Decision making in school  Parent’s involvement in the child’s career
  3. 3. According to Super: 1. Growth (fantasy, interests, and curiosity) 2. Exploration (crystallizing, specifying, and implementing) 3. Establishment (stabilising, consolidating, frustration, and advancing) 4. Maintenance (holding, updating, stagnation, and innovating), 5. Decline (decelerating, retirement planning, and retirement living)
  4. 4.  Grade school:  What occupation will you dress up for the career day?  What is the ideal job in the future that I will write in my essay?  High school  Grade 10:What track will I enter in senior high school?  Grade 12:Will I go to college?Work? Or start my business?  College:What work is suitable to my course?Will I pursue further studies?
  5. 5.  Understanding parents’ involvement theor child’s career
  6. 6.  Answer the items:  Read each statement and rate how true are each statement about you as a parent. Answer as honestly as possible to each statement to get an accurate interpretation of the results.Write the corresponding number of your choice on the blank before each statement.  4 Very true of me  3 True of me  2 Not true of me  1 Not very true of me
  7. 7.  ___ 1. I encourage my child to find their suitable career.  ___ 2. I watch my child while acting the occupation they want to pursue.  ___ 3. I help my child answer his/her questions about the future job they want to pursue.  ___ 4. I explain to my child the different occupations available.  ___ 5. I check if my child have decided on their college course.  ___ 6. I remind my child constantly to complete all their requirements for college application.  ___ 7. I ensure that my child will work in a conducive place.  ___ 8. I set expectations on the specific career my child will pursue.  ___ 9. I remind my child to make good grades to have a good job in the future.  ___ 10. I provide the resources my child needs to be successful in their future career.
  8. 8.  Add your answers for items 1-2  Add your answers for items 3-6  Add your answers for items 7-10
  9. 9.  Items 1-2 “Autonomy-support”  Items 3-6 “Direct Involvement”  Items 7-10 “Provision for structure”  Which style is your highest score? ________
  10. 10.  Autonomy-support  Extent to which parents value and use techniques that encourage in their children independent problem solving, choice, and participation in career decisions.  Parents provide encouragement  Parents just watch and monitor
  11. 11.  Direct Involvement  Extent to which parents are interested in, knowledgeable about, and takes an active part in their children’s career.  Parents open the diary/assignment notebook  Parents sits with the child while doing the homework  Parents teach
  12. 12.  Clear career-related goal  Motivation to pursue goals  Goal attainability  Career goal effort  Career goal progress  Career self-efficacy (confidence in reading goals)
  13. 13.  Provision of information  Emotional support  Financial support  Promoting career expectations
  14. 14.  Plan: Help the child have a planful attitude toward coping with career stages and tasks  Gain information: Allow the child gather information about educational and vocational opportunities  Explore: Facilitate the exploration about the world of work  Make decisions: Engage the child to make good career decisions  Be realistic: Guide the child to make realistic judgments about their self and suitable occupations.
  15. 15.  Determining what course they want for college  What job the child want to have in the future  Letting the child describe what they want to do in college and where they want to study  Helping the child clarify future goals  List of what the child needs to do now in order to get to their goal.
  16. 16.  Giving access to information about their ideal job, ideal work setting, scenario  Telling the child which college course matches job requirements  Informing the child on requirements in the profession such as years of study, licensure examination, some difficulties  Let the child read information about their interests (internet time)
  17. 17.  Bringing the child to sites where they see their ideal job  Suggesting movies, series, videos where the job is highlighted.  Providing the child tasks or chores at home that is related with the work  Classifying plants at home  Schedule of medicine intake  Cooking  Fixing and cleaning the car  Taking photographs  Making videos  Cleaning the house, fixing the bedm food service (HRM)  Allowing the child to join field trips and extra curricular activities inschool
  18. 18.  Teaching the child weigh pros and cons  Letting the child see some consequences  Providing options in different:  schools  Courses  Alternatives  Asking the child their decision and how they arrived at that decision  Let the child make their own decision and if they fail, be there and let them try again.
  19. 19.  Conversing with your child their interest and capabilities and how it matches with their choices  Reminding the child the difficulties they may encounter  Discovering the child’s strengths and maintaining it.  Showing the child the consequences of their decisions
  20. 20. K to 3 Close intervention Grades 4 to 6 Mild intervention Grade 7 to 10 Mild to no intervention Grades 11 to 12 No intervention to inquiry College No intervention to Inquiry

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