A survey of the need for guidance counseling service in AIIAS: a basis for program development
Unpublished Project (MA)
Call Number: BF637.C6 .D85 2005 SGP
Dumanon, Jo-An Amy Lee
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This project surveys the need for guidance counseling services at the Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies in Lalaan I, Silang, Cavite, Philippines. The method used in this study is descriptive quantitative survey. The sample consisted of 163 adult respondents (graduate students, faculty and staff members, and administrations) and 88 younger respondents from the AIIAS Junior Academy. A questionnaire was used for collection data. In this survey, the typical resident here at AIIAS is between 25 and 55 years old, male, married, student, working on a Ph.D. or M.A. degree, and Asian. The typical Junior Academy student is between 10 and 12 years of age male, 5th to 7th grade, and also Asian. Statistical findings and comments from the respondents revealed that a guidance counseling service is important, and needed at AIIAS. Services such as consulting, counseling, appraisal, and coordinating are seen as important services to consider in developing the program. Complex problems is rated the highest in areas that indicate the need for a counselor. The respondents prefer a counselor who is skilled and qualified enough to perform the needed services. One of the rooms of the library is chosen as the location for counseling, which should be available for everyone form Monday to Thursday evenings and afternoons. Adult and younger respondents had similar perception of the need for counseling services at AIIAS.
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