SIG 10 Perspectives Vol. 15, No. 1, June 2012
This issue of Perspectives focuses on unique pedagogical methods for teaching undergraduate and graduate CSD students including sharing introductory CSD course information though online wikis; using artifacts and projects to prepare students for school-based settings; reviewing iPad applications during undergraduate language courses; participating in cross-disciplinary case study competitions; using role-playing to facilitate clinical skills in an academic course; and completing interdisciplinary clinical practicum.
You will be able to:
- describe a computer tool to share information about the course Introduction to Communication Sciences and Disorders and understand the tool’s capabilities and function
- describe the University Outreach Committee (UOC) document and understand its nature as a resource document that can be used by university faculty to prepare CSD graduate students for work in schools
- describe how active learning principles can be applied to undergraduate level course material
- explain how the six SoTL tenets can be addressed through faculty and student participation in activities such as the CLARION competition
- identify the benefits of roleplaying as an educational tool
- describe how to implement interdisciplinary clinical supervision in a university clinic
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