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Career Development Theory and Its Application
Career Knowledge Series
This topic covers career development theories, models, and techniques and how to apply them to the populations you may serve. Specifically, you will understand the steps in the career development process and why career choice and development theory is important as well as its limitations. Additionally, the unit presents the assumptions that underlie four different types of theories: trait-and-factor, learning, developmental, and transition as well as the theorists who represent them. Finally, it covers how to apply the theories to client cases.
This is one part of a multi-book series which includes 8 titles focused on key career development competencies. Each book is between 30 and 80 pages and can be purchased independently or as a set. Continue shopping to view each one in the series or click here to purchase the whole set.
Read more about the "Career Knowledge Series" in NCDA's web magazine, Career Convergence.Stock#: 803.3 Mfr#: 978-1-885333-49-0
A Primer for Instructors and Presenters (2nd edition)
This second edition of this monograph not only provides strategies for delivering key components of career development in enthusiastic, innovative and more meaningful ways, it covers updated standards and new technologies. An entire chapter offers 50+ active learning strategies useful for beginning and intermediate instructors of undergraduate and graduate career development courses and presenters of career development workshops. The author, Debra Osborn, has taught face-to-face and online university courses for over 20 years and has presented numerous national and international workshops on teaching career development.
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