SIG 10 Perspectives Vol. 16, No. 2, October 2013
This issue of Perspectives focuses on cultural and linguistic diversity, English Language Learners, Autism Spectrum Disorders and undergraduate clinical activities and research. Authors describe a three-fold approach for assessing CLD course content, changes in self-efficacy and knowledge following practicum with ELLs, student knowledge and clinical training in ASD, and undergraduate involvement in clinical and research processes.
You will be able to:
- describe two benefits and two challenges of a CLD-infused curriculum
- explain the significance of self-efficacy as it relates to professionalism in clinical practicum
- list three results of a survey of undergraduate and graduate students’ knowledge and training in autism spectrum disorders
- develop a plan to integrate one research experience and one clinical experience within your program's existing undergraduate curriculum
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10/2/2013 to 7/28/2016