How Could I Resolve The Learned Helplessness of a Fifth-Grade Student Based on The Theoretical Approach of Prochaska and Norcross on The Basis of The Theoretical Approach of Psychotherapy?

Document Type: Original Article

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Ph.D. student, Department of Educational Administration and Planning, Faculty of Education and Psychology, Shiraz University, Shiraz, Fars, Iran

10.22034/ijsc.2020.213162.1023

Abstract

Objective: The purpose of this study, which was to address the learned helplessness of fifth grade elementary school students, was based on the theoretical approach of Prochaska and Norcross. The research site was one of the elementary schools in Birjand in the academic year 2015-2015. The purpose of the study was to eliminate the learned helplessness of fifth grade students using the Prokasca and Norcross school of theory.
Method: In this research, after proving the learned helplessness in the surroundings, using the quantitative and qualitative evidence and information gathered, the guidelines of each psychotherapy school were used and the results of the changes in evidence and information were reported. In addition to observational data collection, the research tools were two revised Nadine Caslo and Richard Tannen Childrens Documentation Style Questionnaires (CASQ) and the Rosenberg Self-Esteem Questionnaire (RSES).
Results: Proposed solutions in this research are based on the theory of Prokaska and Norcross's Transnational Theory of Psychology, Sigmund Freud's First Force Psychology, William Glaser's Theory of Reality Therapy, Alfred Adler's Individual Psychology, Constructive Psychology, and Self-Evaluation and Social Learning Theory. done.
Conclision: The results after applying new solutions showed increased self-esteem, learned helplessness and student progress in most courses.

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