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Educational counseling – from theory to practice

Author(s): Ioan-Gheorghe Rotaru
Subject(s): Cultural Essay, Political Essay, Societal Essay
Published by: Editura U. T. Press
Keywords: educational counseling; methods; student; implementation activities; theory; practice; evaluation; decision;

Summary/Abstract: This evaluation was one of the indicators considered when I realised the usefulness of the sessions and the degree of reaching the intial objectives. I asked the participants, on the one hand, in this evaluation, to highlight their strengths and weaknesses. The novelty of the applied methods, the relaxing background, the knowledge they acquired about themselves were among the strengths above mentioned and, in addition, they were pleased about the fact that, if some of the goals couldn’t be achieved, they have been informed how to study it. Among the weaknesses, we mention the mismanagemnt of time, when the limits of these sessions were first disscused and agreed, there was an agreement for one and a half hour per session but all sessions lasted longer, for more than two hours. Also as a weak point, above mentioned, was the high frequency of the sessions, which were held during a week and a half. One more complaint was about the fact that no psychological tests were used, but the participants were explained that such tests cannot be applied anywhere and by anyone, kwnoledge about how to use tests is needed and the methodological limitations are reason for the seriousness the sessions were approached.

  • Issue Year: XXIII/2014
  • Issue No: 1
  • Page Range: 603-609
  • Page Count: 7
  • Language: Romanian
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