Date of Award
Graduate School of Education and Professional Development
Type of Degree
Fred Jay Krieg
Sandra S. Stroebel
Edna M. Meisel
Parental satisfaction of 16 students completing an internship through the Marshall University School Psychology Graduate Program was evaluated in the current study. Surveys consisting of ten questions related to services offered by the School Psychology Intern during the Special Education eligibility process were provided to parents during the last five eligibility meetings conducted by each intern. Descriptive statistics as well as qualitative data were utilized to determine whether or not parents were generally satisfied with services being offered by the intern. These results were compared to data collected by Debra Henderson during the summer practicum attended by the same interns in 2005. The results of this study were found to be flawed in a number of areas, including the instrument utilized, the participants surveyed and comparisons to data that already indicated a high level of parental with the services being provided by the interns in question.
Marshall University. Graduate College. School Psychology Internship - Evaluation.
Richards, Carolee S., "Evaluation of the Marshall University School Psychology Internship Experience" (2006). Theses, Dissertations and Capstones. 328.