Cooper, David (1983) A counselling internship undertaken in Harlow, England including a research component comparing the moral judgement of rural and urban British schoolchildren. Masters thesis, Memorial University of Newfoundland.
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This report concerns a counselling internship undertaken in Harlow, England, from May 2, 1980 to July 11, 1980. The purpose of this internship was to allow the intern a chance to practice and refine, previously learned counselling skills in a supervised setting. – The internship provided the intern with a chance to work in a British comprehensive school, and thus compare the role of the school counselor there, with that of Newfoundland. He also examined a variety of community services which the school relies upon engaged in the counselling activities of the school, increased his ability in methods of student evaluation, and audited a course in special education. In addition to this the intern also carried out a comprehensive research project. – The research project involved a comparison of the moral judgement levels of rural and urban British school children. It was hypothesized that rural students would score lower than urban students on two measures of moral judgement. This hypothesis, however, was not shown to be true. – Finally, suggestions were made for future research. A summary of the internship was given and some suggestions for future interns were made.
|Item Type:||Thesis (Masters)|
|Additional Information:||Bibliography : leaves 62-64|
|Department(s):||Education, Faculty of|
|Library of Congress Subject Heading:||Educational counseling; Student counselors--In-service training|
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