Guidance as a whole school approach in Hong Kong: From remediation to student development

  title={Guidance as a whole school approach in Hong Kong: From remediation to student development},
  author={Eadaoin K. P. Hui},
  journal={International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling},
  • E. Hui
  • Published 2000
  • Psychology
  • International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling
This paper presents the key guidance policy andpractice in Hong Kong schools. Initially, guidanceservices were reactive and remedial, aimed mainly atproblem students. Appraisal of the negative effects ofthe individual casework model led to a change to 'awhole school approach' to guidance. The focus ofguidance at the school level changed concomitantlyfrom remediation to prevention. This paper alsodiscusses the future development of the schoolguidance system in Hong Kong, specifically in the… Expand
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