Open Access Honors Program Thesis
Evette Edmister, Honors Thesis Advisor
Speech therapists--Training of; Student teachers--Training of; Teaching teams;
This study aims to begin understanding how well pre-service speech-language pathologists and teachers understand their roles in collaboration in the schools. Data were collected from a survey completed by undergraduate and graduate students in the Communication Sciences and Disorders and Education departments at one middle-sized university in the Midwest. Results indicated a wide range of understanding and preparedness. Several themes emerged as to what students feel confident about in terms of collaboration, as well as what they believe they still need to learn before they can be confident in collaborating in the schools. The data provides insight into what pre-service students see collaboration involving, as well as what educational institutions can do to help students feel more prepared for future collaboration in the schools between teachers and speech-language pathologists.
Year of Submission
Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
University Honors Designation
A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the designation University Honors
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©2021 Anne Whalen Gradoville
Gradoville, Anne Whalen, "Pre-service students understanding of professional roles" (2021). Honors Program Theses. 466.