An Investigation into Supervision Techniques to Support Introverted CSD Students


Communication Disorders graduate student clinicians at a public university in the southern United States were enrolled in a language and literacy course and clinic assisted with providing services to children who were struggling readers. Two students self-identified themselves as shy. Ethnographic investigation of supervision strategies revealed specific stratagems used by supervisors to support their success.


Pedagogy


Learning in Higher Education


Poster/Exhibit Session


  • Pam Reese
    • Assistant Professor, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Purdue University Fort Wayne, United States IN, United States