Counselors’ Practice of Their Tasks As Perceived By Students at
Teachers College in Hael
The purpose of the study was to determine the counselors’ practice of their tasks as perceived by students at teachers college in Hael. The researchers developed a questionnaire of 57 items (divided into eight areas) to collect the data. A random sample of 424 students was randomly selected. The study answered three research questions.
The results indicated the following:
1. The computed means of Counselors’ practice of their tasks in most of the eight areas were high.
2. Significant differences in social relationships area for students in level four and above.
3. There were significant differences in four areas: researches and reports, social relationships, activities, and control committee for students specialize in Alqoraniah and English.
The researchers recommended the following based on the results of the study:
1. The need to develop an appropriate plan to accomplish the counselees’ desires and goals.
2. Offer seminars and meetings for counselors regarding the importance of counseling students and how to deal with them.
3. Encourage the administration of students counseling centers to provide counselors with more information and instruction to help implementing the approved tasks and activities.