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Development of educational and occupational aspirations throughout high school and beyond

Linda R. Hall

Development of educational and occupational aspirations throughout high school and beyond

by Linda R. Hall

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Student aspirations -- Longitudinal studies.,
  • Vocational interests -- Longitudinal studies.,
  • Adolescence.,
  • Adulthood.,
  • Adolescent psychology.,
  • Academic achievement.,
  • Sex differences.,
  • Parental influences.,
  • Age (Psychology),
  • Self-perception in adolescence.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Linda R. Hall.
    GenreLongitudinal studies.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 152 leaves :
    Number of Pages152
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19452642M
    ISBN 100612636674

    enrolment rates. Korean students have high educational aspirations and a high share of young people progress into tertiary education (OECD, ). • Entrants to postsecondary programmes have strong literacy and numeracy skills, as indicated by PISA results. Korea also performs very well in terms of educational equity (OECD, ). Services intended to assist individuals, of any age and any point throughout their lives, to make educational, training and occupational choices and to manage their careers. They include three main elements: • Career information, covering information on courses, occupations and career paths. This includes labour market information.

    The Green Paper on Post School Education and Training proposes the expansion subjective evaluation of one’s career) has been high for many years. Dreis et al. () explain that the concept of career success has different meanings for different people. education and organisations throughout their lifespan. It is necessary, however. Even though students may be provided with education, alternate factors throughout their lives can prevent them hm participating in opportunities beyond high school. Social concems such as low-birth weight, parental education levels, and access to resources and experiences limit students' foundation of knowledge when they enter the school system.

      years (N 1,) after high school. We controlled for parental socioeconomic status, IQ, and broad personality traits in all analyses. We found that student characteristics and behaviors in adolescence predicted later educational and occupational success above and beyond parental socioeconomic status, IQ, and broad personality traits. Development of academic hatred was examined at four time points across 7 months among 1, South Korean high school students. A multilevel growth model showed that the baseline of, and change in, academic hatred varied across individuals and classrooms. At the individual level, gender, parents' academic pressure, depression, and test anxiety.


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Growth curve modeling was utilized to examine change in the educational aspirations of adolescents from early high school through to three years beyond high school, as a function of gender and. We tested reciprocal effects between occupational and educational goals using a longitudinal sample of adolescents (52% boys).

Results from dynamic systems models indicated change in occupational and educational goals across high school. For all youth, occupational aspirations predicted change in occupational by: Educational and occupational aspirations and seniors to the High School and Beyond survey revealed only a small difference in the educational aspirations of rural and nonrural youth, which can.

Patterns of Educational, Occupational, and Residential Aspirations of Rural Youth: The Role of Family, School, and Community. Although occupational aspirations are thought to be primarily products of social class and ability, we argue that cultural forces such as religion provide a system of meaning and values that shape how girls imagine their futures.

Divergence of academic self-views among high school and university students. Sex Roles, 50 (5–6), – Cited by: 2.

Some of these studies have pointed out that some students (e.g. working class) tend to hold high aspirations even beyond what the labour market can support (St Clair et al., ), which has led. High School and Beyond (HS&B) is a national longitudinal study originally funded by the United States Department of Education’s National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) as a part of their longitudinal studies program.

NORC at the University of Chicago, then known as the National Opinion Research Center, developed the sample design and performed the data collection for the study. among high school and college students (Blustein, Walbridge, Friedlander, & Palladino, ; Palmer & Cochran, ).

Parental identification has been asso-ciated with higher levels of educational achievement, occupational status, and vocational aspirations among older adolescents and young adults alike (e.g., Jack-son & Meara, ; Lunneborg.

Toward Sustainable Learning during School Suspension: Socioeconomic, Occupational Aspirations, and Learning Behavior of Vietnamese Students during COVID by Trung Tran 1, Anh-Duc Hoang 2,*, Yen-Chi Nguyen 2, Linh-Chi Nguyen 2, Ngoc-Thuy Ta 2, Quang-Hong Pham 3, Chung-Xuan Pham 4, Quynh-Anh Le 2, Viet-Hung Dinh 5 and Tien-Trung Nguyen 6.

A number of recent studies have adhered to this definition and have utilised the above question as a measure of future aspirations. For example, Strand and Winston and Strand used the same question to measure educational aspirations (p.

).Rose and Baird have used the same question to measure future educational and employment aspirations (p. ), and Gutman and. Some interventions designed to help adolescents form and maintain high educational and occupational aspirations and to reduce their early involvement in romantic relationships have been effective at lowering rates of unprotected sexual activity and unplanned pregnancies (Kirby and Coyle, ; Nicholson and Postrado, ; Weiss,   The formation of occupational aspirations is an important developmental task during adolescence, and aspirations are an important predictor of occupational attainment in adulthood.

This paper investigates the formation and development of occupational aspirations in a tracked educational system. The focus of career education in Junior High School (Zunker, ) is: *Acknowledge the transitional character of this period *help students understand the consequences of curricular and course choices made now and planned for in senior high school - so that later options will not be prematurely closed.

Beal, S. J., & Crockett, L. Adolescents’ Occupational and Educational Aspirations and Expectations: Links to High School Activities and Adult Educational Attainment. Developmental Psychology, 46(1), CrossRef Google Scholar. Regarding occupational aspirations as expressed in high school, men who had higher aspirations had significantly higher levels of autonomy in midlife.

Moreover, the gap between high school occupational aspirations and midlife occupational achievement was a more prominent predictor of midlife psychological functioning. The process of transition from semi-nomadism to urbanization will be described, along with the development of the educational system, in order to provide the context for examining data gathered from mothers about their educational and occupational aspirations for.

However, enrollment in outside classes raises college aspirations throughout high school, al- though the effect is (barely) not significant at the 5 percent level in tenth grade.

In summary, although larger shares of blacks and Hispanics withdraw from school, those who persist in school remain relatively optimistic about their educational outlook.

The educational and career aspirations of Australian school students have been of increasing interest to policy makers and university leaders especially during the past six years since the Review of Australian Higher Education, also known as the “Bradley Review” (Bradley et al.

).We have seen a flurry of activity across schools and higher education institutions in relation to student. Confirming evidence for the benefits of volunteerism has been found in data from the Youth Development Study.

The data show that volunteer participation during high school is part of the lives of a substantial minority of Minnesota youth; 37 percent reported at least some volunteer activity while in high school (Johnson et al., ).

among high school and college students (Blustein, Walbridge, Friedlander, & Palladino, ; Palmer & Cochran, ). Parental identification has been asso-ciated with higher levels of educational achievement, occupational status, and vocational aspirations among older adolescents and young adults alike (e.g., Jack-son & Meara, ; Lunneborg.

Educational/ Occupational Aspirations 6. Educational Attaintments directs influence on occupational This lessens in high school and there is a dramatic decrease in higher education.

As exemplified in the influential book Fitting the School to the Child, it had a child-centered approach.A more recent study of the NELS data showed that participation in organized activities during high school is positively associated with post secondary educational attainment, voting, volunteering, and occupational factors 2 and 8 years after high school (while controlling for several demographic, achievement, individual and family factors).According to her mom, year-old Shara had no problems during childhood.

Shara is now a school teacher and has a child of her own. During her adolescent years, however, Shara "ran with a crowd" that smoked pot, shoplifted, and occasionally vandalized buildings.

During her youth, Shara's behavior could best be described as.