SIG 11 Perspectives Vol. 21, No. 2, June 2011
The authors in this issue of Perspectives on Administration and Supervision discuss essential attributes needed by SLPs, how to most efficiently utilize undergraduate research assistants in the research lab, an innovative approach to handling preschool fluency therapy, effective ways to provide supervision in early intervention settings, and how to utilize a rubric effectively for the purpose of self-assessment in the area of supervision.
You will be able to:
- list essential core characteristics needed for speech-language pathology students entering into and upon completing a graduate program
- describe the mutually beneficial relationship between the faculty mentor and the undergraduate research assistant
- describe innovative supervision techniques for fluency therapy, such as group supervision
- list important considerations for supervising clinicians in an early intervention setting
- list benefits of and steps involved in using a rubric for evaluating supervisor performance
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Instructor Disclosure: Not available. The content for this program was developed and published prior to the ASHA Continuing Education Board requiring instructional personnel to provide financial and nonfinancial disclosure statements.
6/1/2011 to 3/28/2014