Teaching Position: CEP 884 Proseminar in School Psychology: First Year Practicum Supervision & TA 884, 25%
Semesters Offered: Fall / Spring
Supervising Faculty: Dr. Sara Bolt
Additional information required: With your department application please also submit a letter of interest and a current copy of your vitae.
The Graduate Assistant will help instructors with the practicum components of coursework, supervise student work in practicum sites, conduct site visits in the field, and communicate with field supervisors. This supervision of practicum sites continues in spring as part of CEP918 and 887.
This 25% time graduate teaching assistantship provides supervision for the fieldwork component in the course.
Background, knowledge, competencies and skills in school psychology
Completion of a minimum of 400 hours of school psychology practicum
Knowledge of MSU School Psychology training program, philosophy, and model
Training: Graduate assistants are required to attend orientation meetings prior to the start of fall semester.
Mentoring and Monitoring: Graduate Assistants will meet weekly or bi-weekly with faculty supervisor.
Evaluation: Graduate assistants are evaluated at least once each semester. Written and verbal feedback will be provided