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Fouladi E, tajik esmaeili A, kasaee A, Zahrakar K. Codification of national standards for Iranian school counseling. . 2020; 7 (41) :46-74
URL: http://erj.khu.ac.ir/article-1-892-en.html
Kharazmi University of Tehran
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Over the past century, the role of school counselors in helping students and improving the school's psychosocial climate has grown to reflect the changing face of society, student needs, and responding to social demands.The purpose of this research was codification and validation of national school counseling standards based on evolutionary documents that the qualitative method of theme analysis and integration has been used. alignment of evolutionary documents and counselling on human development is prominent.The school counseling standards based on 10 criteria; School counseling standards based on 10 criteria; Compiled by experts, their validity and content validity based on expert validity were confirmed (consisting of three groups and 25 people) and their validity and content validity based on expert validity(CVR=.76).National School counseling standards help school counselors plan and develop their action and program.They also cover all aspects of school counseling and, in addition to their academic, personal / social and career competencies, also focus on the students' spiritual development. According to the research findings, school counseling in Iran has the possibility of maximum development and growth due to its descriptive position in evolutionary documents and the need for the presence of transformational counselors in all schools.This development requires the legal, scientific, and executive commitment and loyalty of policymakers, leaders, and executors.
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Type of Study: Research Paper | Subject: Academic Advising & Counseling
Received: 2020/10/18 | Accepted: 2020/12/24 | Published: 2020/12/24

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