Course: SPED 544CD. Student Teaching in Language, Speech and Hearing and Audiology (6)
Prerequisites: CD 465, CD 566, CD 567 and the approval of the Department of Communication Disorders and Sciences. The student will spend a minimum of 135 hours on a K-12 school site under the supervision of a master teacher who is a speech language pathologist with a state license and Certification of Clinical Competency from the American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA). In addition, all candidates will be supervised by a University faculty coordinator from the Department of Communication Disorders and Sciences. The student will assume the planning and teaching responsibilities of the professional language pathologist on the assigned days.