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|Other Titles:||An Analysis on the Operation of Exploring Function in Junior High Schools|
Department od Education, NTNU
The purpose of this study was to investigate how the exploring function worked in junior high schools. It was expected that the findings from this study might be helpful to the improvement of our junior high school education and the execution of the project“the Lengthening of the National Education Based on Vocational Education”.Questionnaire method was used with the following procedure：first studies the documents concerned, made out the questionnaire, drew the sample, then began to investigate with the questionnaire, analyzed the result, and finally brought about its findings.The major findings and conclusion were as follows：1. To the will─be graduates from junior high schools, only two third of them were aware of their own vocational interest. Half of them never took any kind of vocational interest or aptitude test. Whether they were given tests or not correlated closely to their understanding of their interest or aptitude. 2. To those who intended to enter a higher schools after graduation, four tenths didn't know the difference between high schools, advanced vocational schools and five─year system junior colleges. To those who decided to get employment after graduation, half of them knew the classification of careers so little that they failed to make good choices of jobs. 3. To those who hoped to continue their study, only three tenths knew clearly the sections or departments that their aiming─at schools had. To those who preferred to become employees only half made their choice of jobs and seven tenths of them decisions according to their self─interest. 4. To those who understandings their own interest decided to promote to higher schools, 22.66% failed to make proper choices of schools they wanted to enter while 66.66% failed in the decisions of sections or departments they wanted to major in. To those who didn't understand their own interest, 48.60% were unable to chose fitting schools for themselves while 91.67% were unable to chose fitting sections or depa
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