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The effectiveness of two approaches of career self-concept enhancement
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Teaching and Learning, 10(1),39-52
This study used the quasi-experimental research design to measure the effectiveness of group guidance and individual counselling approaches to enhance pupils' career self-concept. The treatment (enhancement process) was carried out by trained personnel using a new package of career guidance activities for nine sessions during the July term in 1988.
The career guidance package, the training of personnel, the validation of career self-concept instrument, as well as the research
design, implementation and evaluation were the tasks achieved by the team which investigated the research question: "How effective is the use of non-traditional approaches, including non-traditional
personnel and technologies, in developmental career guidance?". The team is part of the seventh research project of the Educational
Research Unit, Institute of Education, Singapore. The project leader was Dr Esther Tan, the members of this tern were Dr Lui Hah Wah Elena (leader), Miss Vilma D'Rozario, Mr Lee Tiong Peng, Miss Cindy
Prowse, Mrs Katherine Yip and Mr Peter Khor.
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