The use of e-supervision support speech-language pathologist graduate students during student teaching practicaSchool of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology
AbstractIn the present feasibility study, e-supervision was used to provide university liaison supervision to SLP graduate students enrolled in student teaching practica. Utilizing a mixed methodology approach, interview and survey data were compared in order to identify similarities and differences between face-to-face and e-supervision and guide future practice. Results showed e-supervised graduate students received adequate supervision, feedback, support, and communication. Further, e-supervision provided additional benefits to supervisors, children on the caseload, and universities. Despite the benefits, disadvantages emerged. Implications for future practice and limitations of the study were identified.
Citation InformationCharles Carlin. "The use of e-supervision support speech-language pathologist graduate students during student teaching practica" Vol. 2 (2013)
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