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Brigham Young University

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Brigham Young University

School Psychology Program

Practicum Handbook 2006-2007

Title / Form

Form?

Yes No

Who completes the form?

Page

CPSE 679-R FALL 2006 CLASS SCHEDULE

No

NA

6

Fall 2006

Evaluation Of Student Competency

Yes

Site supervisor & student

8

Summary of Fall Prac hours

Yes

Site Supervisor, faculty, & student

10

Winter 2007

Evaluation of Student Competency

Yes

Site supervisor & student

11

Summary of Winter Prac hours

Yes

Site Supervisor, faculty, & student

13

Spring 2007

Evaluation Of Student Competency

Yes

Site supervisor & student

14

Summary of Spring Prac hours

Yes

Site Supervisor, faculty, & student

16

Field Demographics Worksheet

Yes

Student

17

Portfolio Feedback Fall

Yes

Faculty

18

Portfolio Feedback Winter

Yes

Faculty

20

Portfolio Feedback Spring

Yes

Faculty

22

Evaluating Professional Disposition

Yes

Site Supervisor

25

Student’s Evaluation of Supervisor

Yes

Student

26

Practicum and Internship Site Evaluation

Yes

Student

28

Site Supervisor’s Evaluation of Practicum Student

Yes

Site Supervisor

29

Student’s Documented Use of Technology

Yes

Student

30

Steps in resolving an Ethical Dilemma

Yes

Student

31

Suggested Elements of a Behavior Intervention Plan

No

NA

32

Report Writing Format

No

NA

34

Assessment Report: Evaluation Form

Yes

Site Supervisor and Faculty

36

Practicum Goal Setting Chart

Yes

Student

38

NASP Case Study Rubric

Yes

Faculty

39

Assignment List and Portfolio

Yes

Student

45

Brigham Young University

School Psychology Program

ADVANCED PRACTICUM

CPSE 679-R

Fall 2006

Monday 1:00 – 2:20 & 1:30-2:50

Room: 343 & 341 MCKB

Instructor: Melissa Allen Heath, Ph.D. Office: 340-K MCKB

e-mail:

422‑1235 (W) 491-8386 (H)

Office Hours:

Monday 10:30-12:00 noon & 3:30-5:00 p.m.

Tuesday & Thursday 2:00-5:00 p.m.

Please call or e-mail to make appointments as needed.

Winter 2007

Monday 4:00-5:30 & 4:30-6:00

Room: 1179 Harmon Bldg

Instructor: Dr. J. Lane Valum

e-mail: lvalum@comcast.net lane.valum@jordan.k12.ut.us

801-256-5229 (W) 801-467-5190 (H)

Office Hours: Available prior to or following class. Please call or e-mail to make appointments as needed.

Spring 2007

To be assigned

Major Focus of Practicum

· Behavioral Assessment and Intervention

· Consultation and Collaboration: Family Project

DOMAIN I: Data-Based Decision-Making & Accountability

DOMAIN II: Consultation & Collaboration

DOMAIN VIII: Home/School/Community Collaboration

· Multicultural Project

· Social Emotional Assessment and Intervention

· Academic Assessment and Intervention

DOMAIN III: Effective Instruction & Development of Cognitive/Academic Skills

DOMAIN IV: Socialization and Development of Life Skills

DOMAIN V: Student Diversity in Development and Learning

· Crisis Intervention- counseling interventions

· Program Evaluation: evaluating school-based crisis intervention plan and facilitating effectiveness of plan.

DOMAIN VI: School & Systems Organization, Policy Development, & Climate

DOMAIN VII: Prevention, Crisis Intervention, and Mental Health

DOMAIN IX: Research and Program Evaluation

All Practicum experiences build on the competencies of DOMAIN X: School Psychology Practice and Development and DOMAIN XI: Information Technology. Students are evaluated each semester in the area of professional competencies. Each semester, students are required to document their use of technology and maintain a running log of internet resources and links, key to functioning in a profession that greatly benefits from the latest information and support of technology. Additionally, students are required to keep a time log (excel file), collect data, and analyze data using computer programs. Work samples in the student’s portfolio document competencies.

Special Lab Fee: $60.00 (provides site supervisor’s stipend) Pay this lab fee during fall and winter semester.

Required Texts: NOTE: During Practicum we utilize the text books for courses during that particular semester.

FALL PRACTICUM: Text books required for CPSE 610 (Consultation with School and Family) & CPSE 614 (Behavioral Assessment and Intervention)

Umbreit, Ferro, Liaupsin, & Lane (2007). Functional Behavioral Assessment and Function-Based Intervention: An Effective, Practical Approach. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.

Lane & Beebe-Frankenberger (2004). School-Based Interventions: The Tools You Need To Succeed. Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon.

Murphy, J. (1997). Brief Solution Focused Counseling in the Middle and High School. Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association.

Thomas, A., & Grimes, J. (Eds.). (2002). Best practices in school psychology. Bethesda, MD: National Association of School Psychologists.

Handouts from Your School Psychologist. (NASP-2004).

WINTER PRACTICUM: Text books required for CPSE 602 (Child Social/Emotional Assessment and Intervention), CPSE 609 (Academic Assessment and Intervention), & CPSE 751 (Multicultural)

SPRING PRACTICUM: Text books required for CPSE 655 (Crisis Intervention)

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Advanced Practicum is designed to provide skill‑building experiences for school psychology students in their second year. Students are assigned to either an elementary, secondary, or alternative school setting (or a combination of settings) for 10 hours per week over a 13 week period, totaling a minimum of 130 hours of practicum experience per semester and a minimum of 300 hours of practicum prior to internship. This experience requires students to take a more active role in consulting and collaboration; collecting data and conducting assessment for intervention; designing, implementing, monitoring, and refining interventions based on data-based decision making (individual, classroom, and school wide); providing counseling intervention (group and individual); and participating in other school psychology roles and functions.

The Practicum is a closely supervised experience, providing opportunities to fulfill assignments associated with university courses. Practicum also provides students with the opportunity to develop and demonstrate competencies. During fall semester, students primarily focus on developing and demonstrating competencies in behavioral assessment (CPSE 614) and consultation (CPSE 610). During winter semester practicum focuses on social/emotional assessment and intervention (CPSE 602); a multicultural project to demonstrate competency in serving students and families from diverse backgrounds (CPSE 751); and academic assessment and intervention, using data to inform practice (CPSE 609). During spring semester, students participate in crisis intervention (CPSE 655) and program evaluation, evaluating school-based crisis prevention and intervention programs and facilitating the effectiveness of that program. NOTE: Additionally, prior to internship, students are required to conduct a minimum of one group and one individual counseling case, each over a period of 6 weeks.

During practicum, students are required to integrate their knowledge with practice. Additionally, assigned readings, summaries of current research, reviews of intervention strategies, and class presentations on pertinent topics are reviewed during practicum class. This provides students with an arsenal of cutting edge research-based interventions. Students put their knowledge into practice as they problem solve in their school setting, developing prevention/intervention plans, collecting data, and monitoring effectiveness of interventions. Students are required to collect work samples, qualitative and quantitative data demonstrating their competency. Their developing professional competency must be linked to data demonstrating results: evidence of a positive impact in the lives of children, families, and schools.

In summary, practicum provides “hands on” opportunities to blend academic learning and research with practice. Students are required to document their work, keeping a time log of activities and compiling a portfolio with work samples and data to demonstrate the effectiveness of their work during their practicum year. In particular, students are required to document data-based decision making and to monitor the effectiveness of interventions across time.

Supervision: Each practicum student is assigned to a site-based supervisor who holds a valid state license as a school psychologist or, in a non-school setting, a licensed psychologist. The site supervisor provides one hour of planned, face‑to‑face, individualized supervision each week. Site supervisors model profe

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