GPC 301 Practicum in Career Counseling 1 4 3

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GPC 301 Practicum in
Career Counseling 1 4 3
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 Instructor
 Office and phone
 Office time
 e-mail
 Class time
 Classroom
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: Prof. Dr. Fidan Korkut Owen
: TAZ 35; 661 3415
: Thursdays, 11.30- 12.30
14.00- 16.00
: [email protected]
: Thursdays, 9:40-11:30
: SZ-24
Catalog Description
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 Administering and evaluating instruments
used in career counseling; preparing and
implementing career development
programs; conducting career counseling
sessions with individuals and group.
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Objectives-1
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By the end of this course, each of the students will be able to
1. Facilitate client self-understanding;
2. Assist clients in obtaining information about education,
career, and labor markets;
3. Facilitate career decision making and career planning;
4. Utilize a full range of both formal and informal test
techniques;
5. Select, administer, score and interpret career assessment
instruments appropriate for both students and adults;
6. Conduct individual and group career related counseling
and guidance sessions.
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Objectives-2
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7. Plan, prepare and present career guidance and
counseling related presentations.
8. Develop and use career guidance and counseling
related (non-test) activities.
9. Select and utilized existing published career
guidance and counseling programs.
10. To utilize the Ulusal Mesleki Bilgilendirme Sistemi
(if operational)
http://mebk12.meb.gov.tr/meb_iys_dosyalar/59/01/348119/icerikler/meslekibilgilendirme sistemi_75147.html?CHK=a6659ed51003af1bcb181c4c1bc87adf
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Course Requirements-1
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As a practicum class about career counseling and guidance, the
activities will build upon the knowledge and skills developed in
your Career Counseling class you attended in the fall semester.
Student will be expected to :
1. read and complete the assigned material or home work each
week;
2. actively participating in class discussions /demonstrations;
3. administer, score, interpret and evaluate some basic
instruments (like, KDE and ABKO);
4. write personal career story
5. enter career related web pages (e.g.,ISKUR,TUIK, OSYM),
career search links and prepare
a written report about them;
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Course Requirements-2
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6. complete weekly Career Scope activities as assigned
and electronically submit them;
7. make observations and actively participate at the
assigned practicum site;
8. administer and evaluate some exercises conducted
with university students;
9. develop a non-test technique, administer, evaluate
and report it; and
10. participate in classroom activities (role playing,
discussion etc.).
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Some notes
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 Every week we will meet at least one hour and will discuss
career practicum related subjects, administer test and nontest techniques, role playing
 Each student will be required to sign and date the academic
honesty statement and contract
(https://www.indiana.edu/~istd/)
 Assignments details are written in syllabus to read
 Weekly reports will be written with New Times Roman, 12
punto, 1.5 line space, 2 cm margins. All of them will have
student name.
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Methods of Instruction
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 Various teaching methods such as pairwork-
groupwork, experiential exercises; small and large
group discussion; role-play, and student
presentations will be used. Lecture will be used a
small amount
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Some rules to follow while you go to school
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 Follow the schools regulations (dress code and others).
 Communicate with people (counselor, principle, teacher,
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student, etc.) in positive and respectful way.
As a professional in training you will leave behind your
student dress and behavior, and adopt the dress,
behavior, and demeanor of a professional educator.
Regular visits to the school are required.
Communicate with students in a professional manner.
Remember, you are not yet a counselor but a counselorin-training.
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Class Attendance Policy
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 Attendance is compulsory. Please also refer to the
assessment details.
http://www.oim.ncc.metu.edu.tr/pages/regulations/files/undergrad.pdf
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Class Web-Page
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 This web-page will contain the course syllabus, lecture
PowerPoint presentations, assignments, and additional
readings or other materials that may assist you during
the course of the semester.
 Since material will be added on a continually during the
semester students are STRONGLY encouraged to visit
the site frequently (at least once/week) to insure that
they have the most current information. The web-page
may be found at the following location:
http://korkutfidan.weebly.com
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Policies on Late Submission
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 Late work will not be accepted. However I do have
exception for some circumstances (e.g., death in the
family, illness, accident). If you have such a
situation, please email me with the explanation of
what have happened and the assignment you missed.
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ADA Statement
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 This course will be conducted in compliance with the
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). All qualified
students enrolled in this course are entitled to
“reasonable accommodations”. It is the student’s
responsibility to inform the instructor of any special
needs or accommodations required as the result of
physical disability or other handicapping condition
by the second class meeting.
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Expectations of Professionalism
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 Please:
 Always
be on time.
 Do not use cell phone, laptop, and I-pad etc.
during the class. Turn-off cell phones or change
setting to vibrate, put away from your desk (no cell
phones on the desks).
 Use your METU email in your communication
with maintain confidentiality (do not discuss the
content of personal material that are shared in
class activities or in class discussion outside of
class, while sharing personal material set limits to
yourself).
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Student Assessment
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 Students will be assessed on the following seven (7)
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components:
Personal career story
ISKUR and TUIK report
Develop exercise, administer, evaluate and report
School observation and practicum reports
Careerscope book reports
School counselor’s evaluation
Participation, attendance, etc.
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Grading
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METU-NCC Grading Scale
PERCENTAGE
COURSE GRADE
90-100
AA
85-89
BA
80-84
BB
75-79
CB
70-74
CC
65-69
DC
60-64
DD
50-59
FD
49 and below
FF
Incomplete
I
Withdrawn
W
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COEFFICIENT
4
3.5
3
2.5
2
1.5
1
0.5
0
N/A
N/A
Tentative Lecture and Practicum Schedule
GPC 301 Practicum in Career Counseling 2014-2015 Spring
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Subjects
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Requirements
Some notes
Writing your career story
All requirements should be sent
to instructor before following
class day till 24.00
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19.02. 2015
Meet, general information, planning
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26.02.2015
Influence on our career choice? Career
counseling (CC) related portfolio
CareerScope book Exercise 1-3
Filling ABKO
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05.03.2015
Exercise 4-8
Filling KDE
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12.03.2015
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19.03.2015
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26.03.2015
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02.04.2015
Practicum at school
CC competencies
Tests
Discuss ABKO
Practicum at school
Non-test
CC programs
Discuss KDE
Practicum at school
Discuss practicum
Practicum at school
Discuss practicum
Establish exercise group
Practicum at school
Discuss practicum
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09.04.2015 -
Exercise 25-26
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16.04.2015
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23.04.2015
Practicum at school
Working with elementary and middle school
students
Practicum at school
Working with high school students
HOLIDAY
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30.04.2015
Working with university students
Exercise 34-36
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07.05.2015
14.05.2015
Working with adults
Present your exercise in the classroom
Exercise 37-38
Exercise 39-41
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21. 05.2015y
Present your exercise in the classroom
28 .05.2015
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Evaluation supervision
Exercise 9-11
Exercise 12-15
Exercise 16- 20
Exercise 21-24
Exercise group will be
announced
Exercise 28-29
Exercise 30- 33
Exercises can be administered
at least 3 people
Careerscope will be done
All exercise related document
will be sent
Principle Textbooks
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 Amundson, N., Poehnell, G. & Pattern, M. (2008).
Mesleki teleskop (Çev. F. Korkut- Owen). Ankara:
Anı Yayıncılık.
 Niles, S.G. & Harris-Bowlsbey, J. (2013). Career
development interventions in the 21st century. (4th
ed). Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Pearson
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Supplementary Readings
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 Bolles, R. N. (2005). Paraşütünüz ne renk?. Elma yayınevi
 Erkan, S. (2006). Örnek grup rehberliği etkinlikleri, Ankara;
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Pegem Yayınları.
Korkut- Owen, F. (2008). Meslek Seçimini Etkileyen Etmenler. (R.
Özyürek Ed). Kariyer Yolculuğu. (1-23), Ankara, Ulusal Ajans.
Korkut-Owen, F., Acar, T., Demir Y., Haskan Ö. & et al. (2009).
Mesleki rehberlik/kariyer danışmanlığında kart sıralama tekniği:
mesleki değerler ile ilgili bir çalışma. İnönü Üniversitesi Eğitim
Fakültesi Dergisi, 10(2); 53-70.
Korkut-Owen, F., Arıcı, F., Demirtaş, S. and Mutlu, T. (2014). Using
The Career Sailboat Model to facilitate career planning and
decision-making with young adults - See more at:
http://www.ncda.org/aws/NCDA/pt/sd/news_article/84862/_PA
RENT/layout_details_cc/false#sthash.A9krienH.dpuf
Kuzgun, Y. ve Bacanlı, F. (2006). PDR’de kullanılan ölçme araçları
ve programlar dizisi (1-6) Ankara; Nobel yayınevi
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Important links
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htpp://mebk12.meb.gov.tr/meb_iys_dosyalar/34/28/965180/dosyalar
/2014_09/19010716_rehberl%C4%B1etk%C4%B1nl%C4%B1kler%C4%B1
.pdf
http://orgm.meb.gov.tr/alt_sayfalar/form_standar/sinif_rehber_prog
/O_R_Y_P_E_O.pdf
(if operational)
http://mebk12.meb.gov.tr/meb_iys_dosyalar/59/01/348119
/icerikler/mesleki-bilgilendirme
sistemi_75147.html?CHK=a6659ed51003af1bcb181c4c1bc87a
df
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