Hay Ian (2005). Â« Facilitating Children's Self-Concept: A Rationale and Evaluative Study Â». Australian Journal of Guidance and Counselling, vol. 15, nÂ° 1, p. 60–67. En ligne : <http://eprint.uq.edu.au ... _and_CounsellingHay.pdf>.
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|Resource type: Journal Article
BibTeX citation key: Hay2005
|Categories: Apprentissages et psychologie, Ecole / emploi
Keywords: apprentissage, orientation, psychologie de l'Ã©ducation
Collection: Australian Journal of Guidance and Counselling
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This study reports on the design and effectiveness of the Exploring Self-Concept program for primary school children using self-concept as the outcome measure. The program aims to provide a procedure that incorporates organisation, elaboration, thinking, and problem-solving strategies and links these to childrenâ€™s multidimensional self-concept.
The results of this research support the notion that teachers and guidance counsellors need to establish a nonthreatening framework that allows them to discuss with children a range of relevant issues related to peer pressure, parent relations, self-image, body image, gender bias, media pressure, values and life goals, in a systematic, objective and cooperative manner. Within the paper, notions associated with self-concept maturation, â€˜crystallisationâ€™ of self-concept beliefs, cognitive differentiation and self-concept segmentation are reviewed.
Added by: Feyfant Annie Last edited by: AgnÃ¨s Cavet