Date of Award
Graduate School of Education and Professional Development
Type of Degree
Elizabeth K. Boyles
The organization, function, and value of the School Psychology Practicum I summer program at Marshall University Graduate College is examined. The perceptions of students recently completing the practicum are evaluated to determine their association with the program objectives. Data collection utilizes a questionnaire developed from the goals and objectives of the program and the criteria for evaluation of student performance. Frequency analysis, descriptive statistics, and crosstabulation are utilized to assess the data. The students expressed an overall satisfaction with the practicum experience. The study’s limitations are explored and recommendations for program improvement are presented.
Practicums - Evaluation.
School psychology - Study and teaching.
Williams, Matthew J., "Program Evaluation of the Practicum I Summer Program From a Student’s Perspective" (2003). Theses, Dissertations and Capstones. 318.