Jun 24, 2021  
2015 - 2016 Graduate Catalog 
    
2015 - 2016 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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PSYC 781 - School Psychology Practicum I

Credits: (3)
Instructional Method: Two hour seminar, 8-hour practicum in the schools.
Prerequisites: Admittance into the school psychology Educational Specialist degree program. Earning a “B” or better in PSYC 631, PSY 632, PSY 633 & PSY 665. Permission of the school psychology program faculty.
A pre-internship experience for second-year school psychology students offering supervised field work. Includes intellectual, behavioral and curriculum-based assessment techniques with emphasis on educational interpretation and remedial implications of assessment data. Supervised field interventions include pre-referral interventions, consultation, individual and group counseling, behavior management, in-service education, parent training and counseling and program evaluation. Students work under the dual supervision of practicum instructor and on-site field supervisor (certified, experienced school psychologist). Students spend a minimum of eight hours per week in the schools plus a two-hour weekly seminar.



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