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Cns 688 - Professional School Psychology
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COURSE SYLLABUS OUTLINE CNS 688 Professional School Psychology Spring 2012 Department Educational Studies Leadership and Counseling Course Number CNS 688 Professional School Psychology Credit Hours 3 hours Instructor Mardis Dunham Ph D 3217 Alexander Hall 809 6466 Email mdunham murraystate edu Class Times Mondays 5 8 2213 Alexander Hall Office Hours Monday through Thursday 8 am to 2 pm before and after class as needed or by appointment DEPARTMENT EDUCATIONAL STUDEIES LEADERSHIP COUNSELING COURSE PREFIX CNS COURSE NUMBER 688 CREDIT HOUR 3 I TITLE Professional School Psychology II COURSE DESCRIPTION AND PREREQUISITES This course provides an overview of school psychology and integrates theory and practice in all areas of the field The course includes the historical evolution of school psychology learning theories psychoeducational assessment psychotherapeutic theory legal and ethical issues and the role and function of school psychologists III COURSE OBJECTIVES NASP 2010 training standards domains are in parentheses New counselor standards are in brackets EPSB standards are in italics Experienced Teacher Standards are underlined Students will gain knowledge of 1 2 3 4 5 6 The evolution and role function of school psychology 2 10 Leadership Best practice in contingency management 2 4 C 8 The legal ethical and professional issues influencing school psych 2 10 Ethics 1 Consultation theory as it applies to school family systems 2 2 2 5 Leadership 6 Best practices in providing intervention services 2 3 2 4 C 5 8 Crises intervention 2 6 C 5 Leadership In addition to the NASP training domains this course specifically addresses Category V Subsections A and B Ethical and Legal Considerations in the School Psychology Specialty Exam PRAXIS 400 This course requires a great amount of reading is communication intensive and focuses on the mastery of both oral and written skills Toward this focus assignments have been designed to emphasize written and oral communication development as



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