TOPIC: The negative knowledge of educational counselors: Forms, expertise-related differences, contextualization, and embeddedness in episodes
This HPCSA Accredited peer-reviewed article with multiple choice questionnaire is accredited for a total of 3 CEU's:
HPCSA Accreditation number:
PSB002/040/01/2021 (3 general ceu’s Level 1)
Gartmeier, M., Papdakis, C. and Strasser, J. (2017). The negative knowledge of educational counselors: Forms, expertise-related differences, contextualization, and embeddedness in episodes. The European Journal of Counselling Psychology, 6(1), pp.25-40.
Martin Gartmeier* (a), Christina Papadakis (b), Josef Strasser (c)
(a) Technical University of Munich, Munich, Germany.
(b) University of Regensburg, Regensburg, Germany.
(c) University of Augsburg, Augsburg, Germany.
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We investigate the negative knowledge of educational counselors, its development over their professional careers, and its contextualization in episodes. As a result of experiential learning, negative knowledge is knowledge about how something is not or which strategies are inappropriate for use in solving certain problems. It is assumed that this kind of knowledge is of particular relevance for the professional development of counselors. Data were collected through using a structured interview technique with 31 educational counselors. Analyses revealed discriminative and self-reflective forms of negative knowledge. In addition, they provide insights into transformations in professionals’ knowledge through various stages of professional expertise.
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