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Edo Journal of Counselling

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The adoption of some counselling techniques in teaching practice supervision

O Osagie, F.N Obaseki

Abstract


The trend in primary and secondary education, as specified by the national educational objectives of the federal government of Nigeria, is to have a balanced education; education embracing the cognitive, affective and the psychomotor. For too long, teachers have been trained well to handle the cognitive domain of education and to some degree the psychomotor is given to them in the affective area. In this regard counsellors can make some contributions. One such contribution is where counselling techniques can be adopted in teaching practice supervision. Thus, this paper describes three techniques such as acceptance, feedback modelling and how they can be used profitably in teaching practice supervision.

Key words; counselling techniques, teaching practice, supervision.



http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/ejc.v2i1.52659
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