Telephone and Remote Platform Approaches to Career Development
Post Primary, Further Education & Training
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There are numerous career development theories and models. The Career Sailboat Model (CSM) was created to enhance the process of career decision-making which emerges within four interactive dimensions - individual, social, political-legal-economical and chance.
Fidan Korkut-Owen, Selen Demirtaş-Zorbaz, Tansu Mutlu–SüralDeveloping My Career Path, Developing Myself
This article offers a practical tool to support guidance counsellors in their responsibility to manage ethical aspects of their work. That tool consists of a procedure to formalise the making of ethical decisions.
Ronny SwainDeveloping Myself
The resource offers advice to guidance counsellors as they support LGBT students; address homophobic bullying and name-calling and contribute to creating and maintaining schools as safe, supportive and affirming places for all students regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity.
NCGE / GLEN
A creative approach to research and counselling encourages the expression of multiple truths exposing knowledge as socially constructed (Eisner, 1988) and therefore open to reconstruction. This paper is in the form of a short narrative trail through ideas about identity and the power of discourse and language in constructing what we take to be real.
Dr. Grace O'Grady
The Accomplishment Interview provides an opportunity to observe the Guidance Counsellor playing modelling how to play a central role in supporting students in exploring and identifying skill sets.
Dr.Spencer Niles and Kai Helmichk
This article provides a review of the salient information that is useful to a Guidance Counsellor in their planning to provide immediate and on-going support for bereaved students
Aoife M O.Brien and Conor McGuckin
This article presents an overview of how guidance counsellors can help adolescents cope with depression. It includes content on using cognitive behavioural principles and mindfulness amongst other topics.
Dr. Claire Hayes
This report is an overarching evaluation of the Adult Educational Guidance Initiative (AEGI) 2000-2006
It is based on a review of then existing evaluations, reviews, quarterly returns, annual reports, etc. and statistical data relevant to the research complemented by fieldwork and stakeholder consultations.
The Terms of Reference were:
Siobhan Phillips & Anne Eustace, Eustace Patterson Limited (on behalf of NCGE)