Bulletin of the Graduate School of Education, Hiroshima University. Part 1, Learning and curriculum development Issue 68
2019-12-20 発行

小・中・高等学校におけるキャリア教育の啓発的経験の効果 : 大学生を対象とした調査

Effects of Exploratory Experiences during Career Education in Elementary, Junior high, and Senior high schools: A survey of university students
This study examined the effect of elementary, junior high, and senior high school experience activities on the students’ self- and work-understanding, to clarify the usefulness of such experiences for the students’ career development. Eighty-four university students completed a survey to measure career development indices (basic/general purpose ability, vocational identity, career resilience); experience activities in elementary, junior high, and senior high schools; and the degree of self- and work-understanding through the activities. The results showed that the degree of self- and work-understanding through the activities were generally high, which indicates that these activities succeeded as exploratory experiences. The workplace experience, which 90 % of students had experienced during junior high school, and open campus/trial lessons, which 70% of students had attended during senior high school, promoted self- and work-understanding, and these experiences were useful for students’ career choices. The results also showed that experience activities in elementary school had a positive effect on self- and work-understanding, which promoted their career development.
experience activity
career development