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Pycl 0507 - Research And Evaluation For Counselors
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Nova Southeastern University Center for Psychological Studies Course Outline Summer 2010 Course Title PYCL 507 Research and Evaluation for Counselors Credit Hours 3 Location Section Tampa TP3 Dates July 9 10 11 2010 July 30 31 August 1 2010 Class Times Friday 6 10pm Saturdays 9am 5pm Sundays 9am 5pm Instructor Michael D Reiter Ph D Phone 262 7921 E mail mdreiter nova edu Office 225 Parker Bldg Required Texts Cozby C P 2009 Methods in behavioral research 10th ed Boston McGraw Hill ISBN 9780073370224 Berg B 2009 Qualitative research methods 7th ed Boston Allyn Bacon ISBN 9780205628070 Online required materials http www nova edu ssss QR QR3 1 heath html http www nova edu ssss QR QR4 1 dye html Course Description This course seeks to prepare mental health and school counselors to be informed consumers of research and evaluation It covers basic statistics research designs and program evaluation within the counseling and educational fields It provides experience in developing accountability measures and in reading research and evaluating reports applicable to multicultural populations Course Objectives Upon completion of this course students will be able to 1 Understands how to critically evaluate research relevant to the practice of counseling and knows models of program evaluation and basic strategies for evaluating counseling outcomes in distinct counseling settings 2 Understand basic types of research methods including quantitative qualitative single case designs action research program evaluation and outcome based research 3 Knows current methods of using data to inform evidence based practice decision making and accountability and develops measurable outcomes for counseling programs activities interventions and experiences 4 Understands the importance of research and demonstrates an ability to analyze and use data to increase effectiveness of counseling programs 5 Understands ethical and culturally relevant strategies for interpreting and reporting the results of



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