2010．第17卷第1及2期（Vol. 17 Nos. 1 & 2）．pp. 6179
Implementing the Comprehensive Guidance and Counseling Program in Hong Kong: High School Teachers’ Perspectives
袁文得、陳子康、劉兆瑛、于璐、陳茂釗、Norman C. GYSBERS、佘文基
（Mantak YUEN, Ryder CHAN, Patrick S. Y. LAU, Lu YU, Raymond M. C. CHAN,
Norman C. GYSBERS, & Peter M. K. SHEA）
This study examined high school teachers’ perceptions on the implementation of comprehensive guidance and counseling program in Hong Kong schools. A total of 358 class teachers, 69 guidance teachers and 65 career teachers from 84 secondary schools participated and completed the survey questionnaire. Findings indicated that guidance and counseling activities (including guidance curriculum, individual planning, responsive services, and system support activities) were implemented in these schools to reasonable levels. The differences in guidance training and time spent in student-teacher talk among class teachers, guidance teachers and career teachers were discussed.