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ERIC Number: ED106712
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1975-Apr
Pages: 13
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Toward an Integrated Elementary School Curriculum through Career Awareness Activities.
Weinrach, Stephen G.
In the past, the skill of the counselor has touched the lives of only a few children. Recently, the emerging role of the counselor as a specialist, consultant, group learer, and supervisor of paraprofessionals has broadened his contact with the student body as a whole. But these are only stopgap measures until a more highly integrated approach to counseling can be incorporated into the curriculum. The entire student body would benefit from a highly unified program centered around counseling. The model presented emphasizes the integration of the principles of human and career development psychology with the everyday school-related experiences of the child. Because of the nature of the materials which would be employed, the learning experience would be largely activity-centered and would demand the participation of the pupil as an active rather than as a passive learner. (Author/PC)
Publication Type: Books
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