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    Title: Research on the Relationship between Junior High School Students Adaptation and Career Development
    Authors: Chin-Mou Cheng
    Contributors: 輔英科技大學 共同教育中心 人文與社會組
    Keywords: career development , Career Development Index, attitude, junior high school, career planning
    Date: 2007-04-15
    Issue Date: 2010-09-28 10:04:11 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Attitudes toward career development usually can present the level of individual career development, which is also the preparatory status of career choices. The better the attitude of career development is, the higher the level of career development is. Also, wise and adequate career choices will be made by a better preparatory status. This research mainly discusses the relationship between vocational school students’ school adaptation and career development, including two dependent variables--Attitude toward Career Preparation and Career
    Exploration-- and five independent variables, that is, how well students’relationship with classmates and teachers, their satisfaction with school curriculum, adaptation to teachers’ teaching methods, and to school environment. The research uses "Career Development Index" (CDI) form as the evaluation tool for the career development attitude, which is in accordance with Super’s theoretic structure. Thefollowing results are obtained: (a)How well junior high school students’ getting along with teachers is closely related to students’ career
    development.(b)How well they accept the curriculum has close relations with students’ attitude toward career development.(c)Students’ identification with the environment has significant relations with Career Planning. Implication related to the connection of career development with hardware and software of mobile learning will be considered.
    Relation: 2007 WSEAS International Conference ACOS, p.258-262, 杭州
    Appears in Collections:[人文與社會組] 研討會論文

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