Date of Award
College of Liberal Arts
Type of Degree
Fred Jay Krieg
The perceived consistency between the course work and practicum of the Marshall University Graduate College school psychology program was investigated. The magnitude of consistency was determined by a Spearman correlation coefficient comparing students’ subjective rankings of the relative importance of various school psychologist activities as emphasized in the program’s course work with the relative importance of those same activities as relevant to the practicum setting. The findings suggest a significant degree of correlation at the (.05) significance level between what is emphasized in the program’s coursework and what is relevant to practicum experience.
School psychology - Study and teaching (Graduate).
Chandler, C. Lee III, "Students' Perception Index of the MUGC School Psychology Practicum : A Correlation of Course Work with Practicum Experiences" (2003). Theses, Dissertations and Capstones. 530.