Training School Psychology Graduate Students to Address Regional Shortages: A Distance Learning Model
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.
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Davies, Susan C.; Morrison, Julie Q.; and Hunley, Sawyer, "Training School Psychology Graduate Students to Address Regional Shortages: A Distance Learning Model" (2008). Counselor Education and Human Services Faculty Publications. 26.
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