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Clinical Practicum In Bilingual Speech Pathology (SPH-675)

Semester: Spring 2021
Number: 0878-675-002
Instructor: Angela Murphy
Days: Wednesday 4:00 pm - 5:50 pm
Note: Online, Both synchronous and asynchronous
Location: Online
Credits: 3

For majors only
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Additional one time charges are $10.50

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Learning Goals:   PERFORMANCE OUTCOMES – based on the 6 goals of the Conceptual FrameworkThe student will:1. Have an understanding of issues directly related to the practice of conducting a speech-language program in a school setting (ASHA-III-D) (Assessed by university supervisor observation and final evaluation by cooperating slp)2. Complete 150 hours of supervised clinical practice in a school setting under the direct supervision of a certified TSSLD (Teacher of Students with Speech Language Disabilities) who also holds the ASHA CCC (Certificate of Clinical Competence) (ASHA-IV-F, IV-G3) (Assessed by submission of signed log)3. Demonstrate the ability to develop lesson plans (reflecting evidence based practice) appropriate for the school setting. (ASHA-IV-G2) (Assessed by university supervisor observation and final evaluation by cooperating slp)4. Demonstrate the ability to develop a case presentation (client study) including history, diagnosis, intervention and progress that could be used at a school meeting (ASHA-IVB, IV-G3) (Assessed by university supervisor) Notes and Pre-requisitesFor majors onlyAdvisor Approval

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