SIG 11 Perspectives Vol. 23, No. 1, April 2013
Authors in this issue of Perspectives discuss the implementation of a program to integrate iPads to assist in practice in clinical supervision; explore the supervisor and supervisee perceptions in an adult experiential learning model; discuss a clinical training approach that addresses cognitive-communicative disorders in a group setting; and report the results of a student clinician survey and data collection from supervisor observations.
You will be able to:
- describe how supervisors may integrate iPads into the curriculum of graduate student clinicians
- list benefits and challenges, as reported by study participants, of using Jarvis’s model of adult experiential learning
- describe a program that provides graduate student clinicians the opportunity to assist individuals with cognitive-communicative impairments in improving social skills
- identify the benefits of using an observation tool involving written feedback in the supervisory process
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4/1/2013 to 1/15/2016