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Qualitative exploration of career adaptability of Turkish adolescents
This article reports on a qualitative study that uses a phenomenological approach to investigate the differences between adolescents with high and low career adaptability levels, regarding adaptive strategies and needs. ...
A tripartite model of program evaluation: implications for effective career services and workforce development
Empirical and conceptual literature on career and workforce development increasingly cites the importance of connections between policy, research and practice domains. Yet, few if any models inform such collaborations. In ...
Brief motivational interviewing training for teachers providing career services in Turkey: A pilot study
(SPRINGER, JUN 2021)
This mixed-methods pilot study examined the effectiveness of brief motivational interviewing (MI) training on middle school teachers' efficacy in providing career services to socioeconomically disadvantaged students. ...
A case study of a Turkish vocational high school, and the challenges for teachers
(ROUTLEDGE JOURNALS, MAR 2021)
This case study reports on challenges and professional perspectives of vocational high school teachers working in a socially disadvantaged in rural Turkey. The data were gathered from 14 participants, including teachers, ...
Ethical Problems Experienced by Psychological Counselors in the Process of University Preference Counseling
(TURKISH EDUCATION ASSOC, 2021)
Fostering teachers' career education competencies: test of a training programme
(ROUTLEDGE JOURNALS, FEB 2022)
In this study, we aimed to develop and test the effectiveness of a training programme to foster teachers' competencies in the provision of career development learning (CDL) programmes for children. Forty-eight middle school ...
Ethical decision making for risky behaviors: A model for school counseling in Turkey | [Riskli davranışlara yönelik etik karar verme: Okul psikolojik danışmanları için bir model önerisi]
(Ankara University, 2019)
In Turkey, there is not a great deal of research about ethical dilemmas and ethical decision-making mechanisms for school counselors; yet existing studies reveal difficulties school counselors face when handling difficult ...