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1 Parents As Family Vocational Advisors For Children IAEVG International Conference 2009 Jyväskylä, Finland June 3-5, 2009 Anna Paszkowska-Rogacz PARENTS AS FAMILY VOCATIONAL ADVISORS FOR CHILDREN LLL- Grundtvig 1 Project Nr CP PL- Grundtvig-G1

2 Parents As Family Vocational Advisors For Children >>> Project partners Academy of Management in Lodz (Poland) – coordinator Catalan Association for Multipurpose Training „Baobab” (Spain) University of Oradea (Romania) Institute for Education, Ltd. (Slovakia) Supercomputing Centre of Galicia (Spain) die Berater ( Austria) Training2000 (Italy)

3 Parents As Family Vocational Advisors For Children >>> Conceptual framework Family Influences on Career: parental attachment (Ketterson & Blustein, 1997; Ryan, Solberg, & Brown, 1996)parental attachment (Ketterson & Blustein, 1997; Ryan, Solberg, & Brown, 1996)Ketterson & Blustein, 1997Ryan, Solberg, & Brown, 1996Ketterson & Blustein, 1997Ryan, Solberg, & Brown, 1996 parental support (Wall, Covell, & MacIntyre, 1999)parental support (Wall, Covell, & MacIntyre, 1999)Wall, Covell, & MacIntyre, 1999Wall, Covell, & MacIntyre, 1999 family dynamics (Penick & Jepsen, 1992)family dynamics (Penick & Jepsen, 1992)Penick & Jepsen, 1992Penick & Jepsen, 1992 vocational aspiration and achievement (Rainey & Borders, 1997)vocational aspiration and achievement (Rainey & Borders, 1997)Rainey & Borders, 1997Rainey & Borders, 1997 career decisiveness (Lopez & Andrews, 1987)career decisiveness (Lopez & Andrews, 1987)Lopez & Andrews, 1987Lopez & Andrews, 1987 career exploration (Felsman & Blustein, 1999; Kracke, 1997)career exploration (Felsman & Blustein, 1999; Kracke, 1997)Felsman & Blustein, 1999Kracke, 1997Felsman & Blustein, 1999Kracke, 1997 career commitment (Blustein, Walbridge, Friedlander, & Palladino, 1991)career commitment (Blustein, Walbridge, Friedlander, & Palladino, 1991)Blustein, Walbridge, Friedlander, & Palladino, 1991Blustein, Walbridge, Friedlander, & Palladino, 1991 career self-efficacy (O'Brien, 1996)career self-efficacy (O'Brien, 1996)O'Brien, 1996O'Brien, 1996

4 Parents As Family Vocational Advisors For Children >>> Conceptual framework Studies of activities undertaken by parents in career-development programs: Increases in adolescents' sense of agency regarding careerIncreases in adolescents' sense of agency regarding career (Kush & Cochran, 1993) Kush & Cochran, 1993Kush & Cochran, 1993 Parental bonding and career maturityParental bonding and career maturity (Palmer & Cochran, 1988) Palmer & Cochran, 1988Palmer & Cochran, 1988 Career-development activities in the familyCareer-development activities in the family (Young & Friesen, 1992; Young, Friesen, & Pearson, 1988) Young & Friesen, 1992Young, Friesen, & Pearson, 1988Young & Friesen, 1992Young, Friesen, & Pearson, 1988 Career project (Young, Valach, & Collin, 1996) Young, Valach, & Collin, 1996Young, Valach, & Collin, 1996

5 Parents As Family Vocational Advisors For Children >>> Conceptual framework Who is the best counsellor for you? Parents and students opinion (Kubicka, 2005, Poland) Who helps?StudentsParents N%N% Professional career counsellor Parents Teacher Friend Priest1100 Another person5511

6 Parents As Family Vocational Advisors For Children >>> Aims of the project increase awareness of parents that they are important cell in the chain of their children career choice broadening parents’ knowledge: how to help their own child in choosing the career path empowerment of the peer-parents consultations role in parents education reducing stress among young people that results from making a difficult decision concerning the choice of career improving communication between children and their parents encouraging constant cooperation in the field of professional orientation between personal counsellors at schools and parents of pupils

7 Parents As Family Vocational Advisors For Children >>> Target groups parents of young people who face the choice of making a decision concerning the direction of their vocational education young people facing the choice of vocational education career counsellors working at schools and school teachers who provide their pupils with career counselling training companies universities researchers

8 Parents As Family Vocational Advisors For Children >>> Results of the project 30-hour-long training available on CD-Rom together with methodical materials for the people who teach the course and materials for the participants of the course thematic communicational platform addressed to parents as a tool for non-formal education about helping child in making a decision concerning the choice of profession

9 Parents As Family Vocational Advisors For Children >>> The content of the training How to get to know your own child?: his/her talents; his/her interests; his/her hierarchy of values, his/her personality How to help a child in making occupational decisions through education?: setting aims in a proper way; constructing plans and their realization; coping with objectively and subjectively difficult situations How to make use of the determinants of family environment and its occupational genetic diagram when planning the career of a child? How to establish contact with the child and facilitate mutual communication in the key moments in the course of making occupational decisions by him/her? Where to search for the necessary information: institutions, web pages, literature connected with this issue

10 Parents As Family Vocational Advisors For Children >>> >>> T hematic communicational platform for parents The place where parents can exchange their experience in a less formal way The parents can learn from each other, without the trainer in-between Information included:  self-study exercises  model solution examples in case studies  a set of questions that career assistants are most often asked by parents (FAQ)  thematic forums for parents  recommended readings

11 Parents As Family Vocational Advisors For Children >>> >>> Example of case studies page

12 Parents As Family Vocational Advisors For Children >>> >>> Example of self-study exercise

13 Parents As Family Vocational Advisors For Children >>> >>> Example of FAQs

14 Parents As Family Vocational Advisors For Children >> Continuation of the project: h >> Continuation of the project: h ttp://www.parentsvoctrainers.euh ttp://www.parentsvoctrainers.eu Manual for parents

15 Parents As Family Vocational Advisors For Children Conact person: Monika Kurzawa: Academy of Management in Lodz (Poland) >> Continuation of the project: h >> Continuation of the project: h ttp://www.parentsvoctrainers.euh ttp://www.parentsvoctrainers.eu Manual for consellors (CD)

16 Parents As Family Vocational Advisors For Children >>> >>> References Blustein, D. L., Walbridge, M. M., Friedlander, M. L. & Palladino, D. E. (1991). Contributions to psychological separation and parental attachment to the career development process. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 38, ( ) Felsman, D. E. & Blustein, D. L. (1999). The role of peer relatedness in late adolescent career development. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 54, ( ) Ketterson, T. U. & Blustein, D. L. (1997). Attachment relationships and the career exploration process. Career Development Quarterly, 46, ( ) Kracke, B. (1997). Parental behaviors and adolescents' career exploration. Career Development Quarterly, 45, ( ). Kubicka, P. (2005). Oczekiwania klientów wobec doradztwa zawodowego[Client Expectanies about Career Counselling]. Nieopublikowana praca magisterska [Unpublished Master Thesis], University of Lodz. Kush, K. & Cochran, L. (1993). Enhancing a sense of agency through career planning. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 40, Lopez, F. G. & Andrews, S. (1987). Career indecision: A family systems perspective. Journal of Counseling and Development, 65, ( ) O'Brien, K. M. (1996). The influence of psychological separation and parental attachment on the career development of adolescent women. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 28, Palmer, S. & Cochran, L. (1988). Parents as agents of career development. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 35, ( ).

17 Parents As Family Vocational Advisors For Children >>> >>> References Penick, N. I. & Jepsen, D. A. (1992). Family functioning and adolescent career development. Career Development Quarterly, 40, ( ) Rainey, L. M. & Borders, L. D. (1997). Influential factors in career orientation and career aspiration of early adolescent girls. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 44, ( ) Ryan, N. E., Solberg, V. S. & Brown, S. D. (1996). Family dysfunction, parental attachment, and career search self-efficacy among community college students. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 43, ( ) Wall, J., Covell, K. & MacIntyre, P. D. (1999). Implications of social supports for adolescents' education and career aspirations. Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science, 31, ( ) Young, R. A. & Friesen, J. D. (1992). The intentions of parents in influencing the career development of their children. Career Development Quarterly, 40, ( ) Young, R. A., Friesen, J. D. & Pearson, H. M. (1988). Activities and interpersonal relations as dimensions of behavior in the career development of adolescents. Youth & Society, 20, Young, R. A., Valach, L., Ball, J., Paseluikho, M. A., Wong, Y. S., DeVries, R. J., McLean, H., Turkel, H. (2001). Career Development in Adolescence as a Family Project, Journal of Counseling Psychology, , 2001, 48, Young, R. A., Valach, L. & Collin, A. (1996). A contextual explanation of career. In D. Brown & L. Brooks (Eds.), Career choice and development (3rd ed., pp. 477–512). San Francisco: Jossey- Bass.

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