Knowledge Forms and Career Decision Making: A Component of Multidimensional Evaluation
AbstractThe evaluation of career development programs and services through a multidimensional approach is advocated utilizing adaptations from methodologies found in evaluating cognitive instructional programs. Specifically, the present paper focuses on accessing the various forms of knowledge necessary in career decision-making through introspective, retrospective, and observational procedures. Accessing changes in content knowledge is insufficient in evaluating the effectiveness of career development programs and services. Understanding the strategic, procedural, and self-knowledge of participants is essential in judging outcomes. Initial suggestions for reader comment are provided.
How to Cite
French, F., & French, C. (2007). Knowledge Forms and Career Decision Making: A Component of Multidimensional Evaluation. Canadian Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy, 28(4). Retrieved from https://cjc-rcc.ucalgary.ca/article/view/58512
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