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Prepared by: MA. BELINDA L.

CALABUCAL

Principles tend to form a


philosophical framework within which
programs are organized and
activities develop.

1.

2.

Guidance is based on a true concept of


the client.
Guidance is designed to provide
assistance to a person in crisis in solving
it through self-discovery and selfdirection.

3. Guidance is a learning process.


4. Guidance is helping client understand
himself.
5. Guidance leads one to make intelligent
chores, move on to a decision or adjust to
any situation at hand.

By Crow and Crow:


1. Every aspect of an individuals complex
personality patterns constitutes a significant
factors of his total display of attitude and
behaviors.

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2. Although all human beings are similar in
many ways, individual differences must
be recognized.

By Crow and Crow:


3. The function of guidance is to
help a person:
(a) formulate and accept stimulating
worthwhile , and attainable goals of
behavior
(b) apply these objectives in conducting
his affairs

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4. Existing social, economic and political
unrest is giving rise to many maladjustive
factors that require the cooperation of
experienced guidance workers.

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5. Guidance is a continuous process.
6. Guidance is not limited to a few.
7. Guidance is education, but not all
education is guidance.

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8. Generally accepted areas of guidance
include concern with the extent to which an
individuals physical and mental health
interferes with his adjustment to home,
school, and vocational demands.

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9. Guidance is fundamentally the
responsibility of parents in the home and
teachers in the school.
10. Specific guidance problems in any age
level should be referred to persons trained
to deal with particular areas of
adjustments.

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11. Programs of individual evaluation and
research should be conducted, and
progress and achievement made
accessible to guidance workers.
12. The guidance program should be
flexible in terms of individual and
community needs or else it will lose its
value.

By Crow and Crow:


13. Responsibility for the management of a
guidance program should appear in the
attitudes toward the program of all who are
associated with it.
14. Continuous or periodic appraisals should
be made.

By Crow and Crow:


15. Guidance is preventive rather than
curative.
16. Test have their place
in guidance.

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17. The phase is an individuals development
history does not exhibit a unitary problem.
18. Individuals tend to be different or like
one another.

What principles are considered in


guidance work?
By J. Anthony Humphreys

1. Take time to solve


problems and make decisions.
2. Let the counselee develop his own
insights.

What principles are considered in


guidance work?
By J. Anthony Humphreys

3. Consider most individuals as average,


normal persons.
4. Problems arise from situations.

What principles are considered in


guidance work?
By J. Anthony Humphreys

5. Problems are interrelated.


6. The integration of effort is essential.
7. Guidance must be an integral part of the
organization.

CONCLUSION
Whenever of the guidance principle is to be

adopted, they should serve to direct the


attitudes activities of the person engaged in
guidance work. They have value for the
person engaged in guidance work. They have
value for the person being guided. They serve
to promote a smoothly functioning program of
guidance
in the schools.