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ERIC Number: ED015518
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Apr
Pages: 59
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Reference Count: 0
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TOWARD AN INSTRUCTIONAL MODEL FOR COUNSELING.
SORENSON, GARTH
THE AUTHOR BELIEVES THAT BY BORROWING IDEAS AND PROCEDURES FROM CONTEMPORARY MOVEMENTS IN EDUCATION AND PSYCHOLOGY INDLUDING--DEFINITION OF EDUCATIONAL GOALS IN BEHAVIORAL TERMS, PROGRAMMED INSTRUCTION, DISCOVERY LEARNING, AND COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY THEORIES, A USABLE COUNSELING MODEL CAN BE CONSTRUCTED. RELEVANT ETHICAL ASSUMPTIONS, INCLUDING THE GOAL AND ROLE OF THE COUNSELOR AND THE NEED FOR EMPIRICAL TESTING OF COUNSELING PROCEDURES, ARE REVIEWED. TERMS SUCH AS (1) THE COGNITIVE PROCESSES, (2) PROBLEMS, (3) SOLUTION, (4) PROBLEM SOLVING SKILLS, AND (5) THE TEACHING OF PROBLEM SOLVING SKILLS ARE DEFINED. ATTENTION IS DRAWN TO SOME PROPOSITIONS ABOUT HUMAN MOTIVATION. TWO MODES OF CONTROL, COGNITIVE AND REWARD AND PUNISHMENT, ARE REVIEWED. (PS)
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Authoring Institution: California Univ., Los Angeles. Center for the Study of Evaluation.
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