ideas i n s i d e Self-Reliant Pupil Main Guidance Goal In the World War 1 era no space was given lo guidance and counseling in Greelcy High School, at least not under that label. As, long as adults have dealt wish youth in an instructor-pupil rela tionship, there has'hecn some in formal guidance and counseling Now in Grccley High School four Â·re employed as specialists in guidance. These are in addition ; the admn^ration-thc prin ^.^"^^^Â° cip;il and assistant principal. 'Die guidance people have offices, con- GLASSES basU. The student spends at bait T double period on a special subject in the homeroom under t h e eachor in charge, pins Hie student's use of (he room as a home People invnlved in Ir.iining guid ancc [HM'sonnc! for the public schools arc. eager to have their role clearly underbloud. Goal of Guidance "Considerable confusion exist c!o Our Â·.Â·Â·.-=no!s!lUily (Icfiniirly nnr. Tim nrcd ot trained persons not to make decisions for lhel| l c i | S so great that oflen some 'Guidance should never said try to REPAIRED Glasset r e p a i r e d Â· Â· . broken lenses duplicated i Â· Â« new frames. Â· For the f i n e s t In optical service -- bring y o u r next prescription to us. GREELEY OPTICAL Â· S12i/j Sth Ave. rooms ami a v.iilim; loom. What happened lo cause this establishment and growth? Hardly any olhcr department ol the public schools can match il. Hosts of People Involved Dr. Arno Lukcr, head ot the Â·licpurtmcnl ot educational psychology and guidance at Colorado Slate College seeks to clarify the isitu;ilion here as well as in other places with common experiences due lo the population boom. Tiwsc affected include pupils at all levels in public schools and colleges, 'as well as their parents, and, ol course, the taxpayer wlio fools |lhe bill. Dr. Lukcr says: "As living lias become more complex, il is more difficult for| people lo secure all essential in-, formation lo adjust lo their sur-j roundings. How Child Is Lost "As more pupils are housed in j a single school, as teachers become more specialized, as slu- dents pass from class to class and Â· from teacher to teacher earlier in school than previously, Hie child as a person is losl in Ihe shuffle. "School administrators had sought to remedy Ihis by setting up homerooms before they secured guidance personnel and facilities. Sometimes the homeroom is mere., _.. administrate device, a stopping place between classes. But the homeroom managed so that one teacher spends more | time with one group of students, lean be valuable in guidance. I "To develop p. guidance homeroom, it is set up on a corps replace parents. Thai should be emphasized, even (hough studcnls problems are sometimes compli catcd by both panels working o by broken homes." Reminded that one hear about guidance people being accused of "playing God," Dr. Lu kcr replied with some fcrvcr: "That's precisely what a t r a m cd guidance person should neve tudent. pupil MUST Decld* "A (rained guidance workci lims to help the student under- land himself ' a n d his problems. lo nssumc a Messianic rolo lowar tlipir sl Next schools will assign lo that faculty members who have no special... training in the field. (discussed. "Those trained in i^ildancc nl distinction belwee and counseling will b lo tries lo help the student hcl,. limself. The student's adjuslmen! Colorado Slate College, where Hie iv and emphasis are up 1CI1 ,,~ . - - - . = H"! SU|C|C " 1 'Â° ''"'I', , strictly a .do-it-youvs'elf }n J" TM be expected never) n-, ye;ir before. ,cct. The guidance man simildl see (he student has,the fads in; .heir 'proper relationship upon' which lo decide his own action. The guidance man should be adepi i in preventing his being maneu-' vercd into a position in which he! is to 'play God', if that is Ihci term to be used." j Dr. Lukcr conceded that in! some scliools there may lie icr-' sons assigned to guidance anil counseling who do gel themselves, involved in charting a student's future in a rather arbitrary KINGSTON -- Jamaican Irr jvls lasf year nmounlcd to $21G. million, a 13 per cent increase ovc AUTOMATIC Transmission Co. Sth Ycar in Business REPAIRS AND EXCHANGES 821 2nd St. EL 2-4358 See The Lovely Â· Full Napkins Â· Coasters Â· liriclgc Sets Ph. EL 3-02'!6 807 8th St. Mon., Oct. 23, 1061 GHKELBY TRIBUNE Page 11 Working Their Way WAl.ESKA, G;i. (AI') -- T h e ircsidenl of Heinhiirdl College, lames Rowland Ilurgcss Jr., says 10 feels thai "any good student vim's willing to work for his xlucalion" should lie able lo at- cnd the Methodist-supported in- stitution hilts. 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