COUN 878 - Practicum in Education: Elementary Counseling

This course is designed to relate theory to practice in a realistic fashion. COUN 878 meets Standard 3: The professional school counselor understands and demonstrates appropriate counseling skills to address the needs of individuals throughout the stages of human development, processes knowledge of related human behavior at all developmental levels, in multicultural contexts, and the impact of the stages and behaviors on learning and family dynamics. The candidate is placed in a situation where experiences will relate directly to the area studied. Candidates demonstrate counseling related skills and evaluate their impact in multicultural contexts, human development, and familial dynamics. Candidates are evaluated b their on-site and university supervisor. Assignments include planning, scheduling, class-room guidance, observations, case conceptualizations, taped demonstrations, and reflections.

Credit hours: 3

Eligibility: Graduate Standing
Last updated: 05/23/2022