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ERIC Number: ED058511
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 64
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Special Counseling for the Disadvantaged Adult.
Kaple, Donald J.; Kaple, Marion Keeler
This book is designed to aid teachers and administrators who have not had special training in counseling and who are working in educational programs for the disadvantaged adult. Subject areas discussed are: The Counselor and the Client (Duties of the Counselor; Areas of Assistance for the Client); Who Are the Disadvantaged (Characteristics of the Disadvantaged); The Enrollment Process: Let's Talk about Recruitment (Where to Look; Recruitment Is Continuous); Assessment of the Adult Student (The Purpose of Selection and of Grouping); To Test or Not to Test (Informal Techniques; The Test Is a Tool; Standard Tests Available; Use and Misuse of Test Results; Developing Test Readiness); Keeping Records of the Adult Student (The Counselor's Need for Information; Detailed Attendance Records); Supporting Services: Counseling (Counseling in General; Counseling the Disadvantaged; Developing a Relationship); Self Assessment (Job Related Self Assessment; Establishing Goals); Group Counseling (Treatment and Intervention; Referral Services; Placement Services); Designing Your Own Testing Tool (Examples of Informal Inventories). References are provided. (DB)
Prentice-Hall Adult Education Series, Prentice-Hall, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, N. J. (no price given)
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