The Impact of a Proposed Vocational Guidance Program on the Vocational Maturity and Interest of Tenth (10th) Grade Students in Jordan

Abstract

The present study aimed to explore the impact of a proposed vocational guidance program on the vocational maturity and interest levels of tenth (10th) grade students in Jordan. The study’s sample consists from 45 male students. These students were divided into two groups; experimental and control groups. The experimental group consists from23 students, whereas the control group consists from 22 students.  The experimental group members were enrolled in the proposed vocational guidance program. However, the control group members were not enrolled in the latter program. It was found that there is a statistically significant difference between the vocational maturity levels of the control and experimental groups. The latter difference is for the favor of the experimental group. It was found that there is a statistically significant difference between the vocational interests of the control and experimental groups. The latter difference is for the favor of the experimental group.

Keywords: Vocational Guidance., Vocational Interests, Vocational Maturity


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Pages: 92-110 (Download PDF)

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