Minggu, 12 April 2020

THE IMPLEMENTATION OF COMPUTER-ASSISTED CAREER COUNSELING EMPLOYING HOLLAND’S CAREER THEORY TO IMPROVE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS’ MATURITY


Abstract

To increase student career maturity, counseling approach can be conducted. In the approach, there are several approaches that can be used that is thebehavioral approach, cognitive, existential humanistic. The most widely used by guidance and counseling teachers is the behavioral approach. Career theory is also developed with a behavioral approach one developed by John L. Holland. This career theory has also been widely used as a model of career counseling. Typical characteristics of this career models are the use of a tool and inventory as well as intervention in the counseling process that is known as the Self-Directed Search (SDS). SDS contains 228 statements in the five topics, namely: Occupational day-dream, activities, competencies, attitudes toward particular positions, and estimates themselves about proficiency in six kelasifikasi (Realistic, Investigative, Artistic, Social, Entrepreneurial, and Conventional). SDS is the core of career counseling activities so it takes precision in the process, especially the calculation of the score. Errors in filling and scoring will have an impact on errors in interpreting student career explorations. In order to use SDS in counseling sessions can be more effective and efficient then SDS can be made in the form of computerization so that facilitate counselee in charging Inventory Exploration Careers Students and avoid filling errors and calculation score. 

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