Document Type

Article

Publication Date

9-2008

Publication Source

Trainers' Forum

Abstract

Addressing the shortages of school psychologists in underserved regions of the country is critical to the profession and the communities served by its members. This article describes a school psychology satellite training program using a hybrid approach combining distance learning technologies and face-to-face classroom meetings. The purpose of this study was to describe the experiences of sixteen graduate students in a rural, Appalachian region of Ohio as members of the first two cohorts enrolled in the school psychology satellite program.

Inclusive pages

5-18

Comments

Article is included in repository with the express written permission of the organization Trainers of School Psychologists. Any content from the article must be attributed properly. For information about the Trainers of School Psychologists organization or its journal, Trainers' Forum, see the website >>>.

Publisher

Trainers of School Psychologists

Volume

28

Issue

1

Peer Reviewed

yes