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    Title: 十二年國教下國中生涯輔導課程對學生生涯自我探索之研究
    Other Titles: Students' self-exploration for career development in the 12-year compulsory education : a study on a career guidance curriculum module in middle school
    Authors: 陳珊怡;Chen, Shan-Yi
    Contributors: 淡江大學課程與教學研究所碩士在職專班
    張月霞
    Keywords: 十二年國教;生涯輔導課程;國中學生生涯輔導紀錄手冊;生涯自我探索;12-year Compulsory Education;Career Guidance Curriculum;Career Counselling Manual for Middle School;Students Self-exploration for Career Development
    Date: 2016
    Issue Date: 2017-08-24 23:59:27 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究旨在探討在十二年國教適性輔導的背景下,透過「我的人生方向盤」生涯輔導課程模組,結合運用《國中學生生涯輔導紀錄手冊》,協助學生從課程中進行自我探索,以達生涯探索及生涯覺察之目的。
    本研究的目的有二:(1)發展結合《國中學生生涯輔導紀錄手冊》的「我的人生方向盤」生涯探索課程模組。(2)提出如何運用《國中學生生涯輔導紀錄手冊》於「我的人生方向盤」課程,以做為實務工作之參考。
    本研究以臺北市某市立國中九年級90位學生(男53名,女37名)為對象。採用質性研究方法,藉由蒐集之資料進行文件分析,以了解學生生涯自我探索之經驗與歷程,並提出對生涯輔導實務工作之建議。
    研究結果如下:
    一、「我的人生方向盤」生涯輔導課程具催化學生自我探索之效果,並有助落實《國中學生生涯輔導紀錄手冊》的填寫目的。
    二、開放式問題的學習單有助多元探索並能貼近學生個人生活,有效深化生涯輔導工作的推動。
    三、運用生涯檔案的概念,結合課本的設計,擴充生涯輔導的角度,落實適性輔導精神。
    四、本研究回應生涯輔導理論,建議針對我國國中學生之生涯抉擇歷程持續發展後續研究,做為生涯輔導實務之參考。
    This study aims to explore middle school students’ self-exploration process and experience for career development in a career guidance course. In responding to the 12-year compulsory education system, a curriculum module, My Life Steering Wheel, which combines the mandatary “Career Counseling Manual for Middle School Students” was designed for the career guidance course.
    There are two purposes for this study: (1) to develop the self-exploration for career development curriculum module, which combines “Career Counseling Manual for Middle School Students;” (2) proposing how to apply “Career Counseling Manual for Middle School Students” on the course for the reference of practical work in the field of career development guidance.
    90 students of 9th-grade, including 53 boys and 37 girls, in a municipal junior high school in Taipei participated in this study. A qualitative research method is utilized. With the analysis of documents from the gathered data, students’ experiences and process of self-exploration of career development are understood and suggestions are made for practical work in the field of career development guidance.
    The research findings are as follows:
    1. The “My Life Steering Wheel” career guidance curriculum module performed the catalytic effect of students’ self-exploration and helped to implement the goal of filling-in the “Career Counseling Manual for Middle School Students”.
    2. A learning sheet of open-ended questions helped students to explore their career development diversely and let the exploration be part of their personal lives which deepened the promotion of the work of career guidance effectively.
    3. Apply the concepts of career profiles, combine the design of textbooks, expand the perspectives of career guidance, and execute the spirit of adaptive guidance.
    4. This study responds to the theory of career guidance and gives suggestions for following researches of sustainable development of making career-choice process of junior high school students in our country for the reference of practical work in the field of career development guidance.
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