IJSSH 2017 Vol.7(8): 599-603 ISSN: 2010-3646
doi: 10.18178/ijssh.2017.V8.891

Effectiveness of Guidance Program Using Modeling Techniques to Improve the Students Career Planning Ability

Septiani Zaroh
Abstract—Adolescence is a period where people are required to complete the form of preparing for a career in the future. Most adolescences experience barriers to task completion developments related to career planning. The process of providing career guidance could help facilitate tudents to make career planning. The process of social learning is an integral part in the construction of individual careers for individuals who have a special characteristic will provide different learning experiences in guiding the individual thought and action decisions in preparing career. This implies that the process of guidance that can be given to help the students career planning can be done through a process of social learning in the form of modeling. This study aims to examine the application of the modeling concept through career guidance to improve students' career planning. This study design was quasi experiment. Methods of data collection using the questionnaire enclosed to determine the level of students' career planning skills. Subjects consisted of eight students of grade VIII SMPN 1 Kalitidu who has career planning capability lower than the other. Research analysis using Wilcoxon test showed the level marked the smallest number of levels (rcount) is R1 = 28. According to the table the value of R to test Wilcoxon number of levels with a significance level of 5% and n1 and n2 are 7 and 8, obtained rtable= 38 which means Tcount
Index Terms—Adolescences, career planning, modeling career guidance.

Septiani Zaroh is with Educational University of Indonesia From Indonesia Endowment Fund for Education, Indonesia(e-mail: Septiani037@gmail.com).

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Cite: Septiani Zaroh, "Effectiveness of Guidance Program Using Modeling Techniques to Improve the Students Career Planning Ability," International Journal of Social Science and Humanity vol. 7, no. 8, pp. 599-603, 2017.

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