GUIDANCE AND ITS

TYPES

Some people draw its meaning
from its root words “guide”
which means to direct, manage
or steer .
 Usually g Guidance as provision
of experiences that help pupil to
understand themselves.
 Guidance is thought as a process
of
helping
individuals
to
understand themselves and their
world

Guidance is a philosophy
of human relations, actually
guidance
is
a
way
of
thinking and feeling.
Guidance
is
a
comprehensive system of
functions
,services
and
programs
in
school
designed
to
affect
the
personal development and
psychological competencies

Cont:

PRINCIPLES OF GUIDANCE

 1.Knowing the kind of help the individual
is requires.
 Providing help, a child needs at a given
time.
 Strategic timing of help.
 Available amount and quality of resources
for use in providing help.
 Qualification of those who give help.

Guidance
with
Individual &
Groups

GUIDANCE
The help all students receive
from parents, teachers,
counselors, community
members and others to
assist with educational,
career, and citizenship
development.

Guidance
with
Individual &
Groups

GUIDANCE
The help some students receive
from professionals
to overcome personal and social
problems that interfere with
learning.

Guidance
with
Individual &
Groups

Individual

Group

Academic
Career

Social

Development

Academically
Socially/Emotionally

With Career Development

The students improve
academic performance.

Academically
Socially/Emotionally
With Career Development

Students learn better if
they are socially and
emotionally sound.

Academically
Socially/Emotionally
With Career
Development

Guidance helps the
students to decide on
career paths, and advise
them regarding courses
to take to prepare for
careers.

Perhaps the best synonym for the word
“Teaching” is the word “Guiding”.
Because guiding can be done in any
setting and in almost any way. When we
talk of teaching as guiding we are also
reminded of two things that are crucial in
good teaching. We are reminded that
learners are being guided towards some
thing and that the learners themselves
must be personally involved and moving
towards the goal.






We must desire to minister to others.
We must be dedicated and faithful to our
learners.
We must participate what we teach.
We must know what we are talking about.
We must be sensitive to our learner’s needs.
We must be patient both with ourselves and
with our learners.

A teacher is a guide, and a guide always has a
destination in mind. This is where aims come
into the picture. An aim can be defined
simply as a statement of intended result.
These might be aims for the year, or the
quarter, or the individual lesson.

QUESTION & ANSWERS