Satisfaction of Counseling Services among Gifted Students at the National Gifted Center in Malaysia

Abstract

Counselling and guidance services in schools are comprehensive. It includes programs on development, prevention and rehabilitation. In schools prevention programs are conducted more than rehabilitation programs. Among the services provided in the school counselling unit, are the academic guidance, career guidance, advice on psychology and mental health, leadership programs, and individual or group counselling. School counsellors have become boosters for student in many schools to produce quality young generation. However, the challenges created by current modernization, cause the responsibility of moulding a generation who can really appreciate the broad personality traits, is not an easy task especially for gifted student. The purpose of this study is to identify the level of satisfaction on the counselling services among gifted student in PERMATApintar Gifted Center, National University of Malaysia. A total of 61 gifted students participated in this study. Respondents are required to answer a questionnaire. This research use quantitative method of ananlysis. Finally, the analysis showed that generally students in this center are highly satisfied with the counselling services provided.



Author Information
Roslina Ahmad Faisal, National University of Malaysia, Malaysia
Noriah Mohd Ishak, National University of Malaysia, Malaysia
Mariati Mohktar, National University of Malaysia, Malaysia
Jamaliah Hamdan, National University of Malaysia, Malaysia
Mohd Hakimie Zainal Abidin, National University of Malaysia, Malaysia

Paper Information
Conference: ACP2015
Stream: Psychology and Education

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