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Self-Evaluation of School Clinical Activities by School Counselors: Relation Between Their Activities and Some Characteristics of Schools

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  • スクールカウンセラーによる学校臨床実践評価ならびに学校要因との関連
  • スクールカウンセラー ニ ヨル ガッコウ リンショウ ジッセン ヒョウカ ナラビニ ガッコウ ヨウイン ト ノ カンレン

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The purposes of the present study were to clarify the self-evaluation of school clinical activities by school counselors, and to examine the relation between school counselors' activities and some characteristics of schools. 86 school counselors responded to the following questionnaire: (1) scale on the performance of school counselor's 5 roles and school counselor guidelines (Murayama et al., 1997); (2) scale on the evaluation of school counselor's activities (for these scales, school counselors replied based on their own activities); (3) scale of satisfaction with their activities as school counselors: (4) questions on the method of information interchange with teachers; (5) questions on some characteristics of their schools. The main results were as follows: (1) school counselors' evaluation of their role performance in cooperation with teachers was affirmative, and they evaluated their performance on the school counselors' guidelines.(2) School counselors who evaluated the characteristics of their schools (e. g., the school's system for accepting students, teacher's independence) tended to report high satisfaction with their activities, especially with consultation and providing seminars.


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