guidance


guidance

guidance [ gidɑ̃s ] n. f.
• 1969; mot angl. (1927)
Anglic.
1Aide psychologique et psychothérapique et conseils apportés par des spécialistes en vue d'une meilleure adaptation. Centre de guidance infantile.
2Aide éducationnelle générale. Directeur de maîtrise faisant de la guidance de mémoire.

guidance nom féminin Centre de guidance infantile ou infanto-juvénile, structure de soins pluridisciplinaire (psychologue, psychiatre, orthophoniste, psychorééducateur, assistant social) fonctionnant sur le modèle de la consultation, ayant pour objectif de venir en aide aux enfants ayant des problèmes affectifs et à leur entourage familial. ● guidance (expressions) nom féminin Centre de guidance infantile ou infanto-juvénile, structure de soins pluridisciplinaire (psychologue, psychiatre, orthophoniste, psychorééducateur, assistant social) fonctionnant sur le modèle de la consultation, ayant pour objectif de venir en aide aux enfants ayant des problèmes affectifs et à leur entourage familial.

guidance
n. f.
d1./d Méthode destinée à aider les enfants à s'adapter à leur milieu. Centre de guidance.
d2./d (Belgique, Luxembourg) Action de guider qqn, de le conduire.

guidance [gidɑ̃s] n. f.
ÉTYM. V. 1950; de guider.
Admin. Méthode d'assistance aux enfants, aux enseignés, destinée à les aider à mieux s'adapter au milieu.
0 Cette autoformation sera assistée (…) par la guidance (les enseignants constitués en équipes et les parents aident les enfants à faire leur choix et à construire leur progression) et l'orientation (…)
B. Schwartz, l'Éducation demain, cité in Psychologie, no 48, janv. 1974, p. 87.
HOM. Guide-anse.

Encyclopédie Universelle. 2012.

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