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Online Education Joins the Classroom. Dr. Susan R. Rose, Ph.D. University of the Cumberlands Director of School Counseling March 8, 2011. Data. Start. Start. Data. Stop. Stop. Asynchronous Sender Receiver

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online education joins the classroom

Online Education Joins the Classroom

Dr. Susan R. Rose, Ph.D.

University of the Cumberlands

Director of School Counseling

March 8, 2011

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Data

Start

Start

Data

Stop

Stop

Asynchronous

Sender Receiver

  • Asynchronous is not synchronized; that is, not occurring at predetermined or regular intervals.
  • The term asynchronous is usually used to describe communications in which data can be transmitted intermittently rather than in a steady stream.
    • For example, a telephone conversation is asynchronous because both parties can talk whenever they like. (If the communication were synchronous, each party would be required to wait a specified interval before speaking. )
  • The difficulty with asynchronous communications is that:
    • The receiver must have a way to distinguish between valid data and noise.
    • With asynchronous environments, faculty and students are separated by space and time.
      • During the week, each member logs in at his or her convenience.
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Data

Synchronous

Sender Receiver

  • Within a synchronous environment, faculty and students are separated by space but not time.
    • Designated time when all participants log into the Learning Management System.
    • Work is completed through online discussions or other forms of communication (I-Learn).
    • Communications software (Elluminate) are used to facilitate interactions among faculty and students (Chat).
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How is the Online School Counseling Program at UC Unique?

  • The candidate remains within their school/district
    • University Supervisors and Mentors travel to the candidate
  • The program is on an open enrollment system accepting candidates each eight weeks
  • The Specialist in Education in Counseling builds on the Masters of Arts in School Counseling, requiring an additional 15 credit hours (60 total).
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What are the Benefits of UC’s Online School Counseling Program?

  • The culminating Practicum and Internship courses provide extensive clinical experiences
    • Practicum requires 100 hours experience with/as a school counselor over the timeframe of a semester
    • Internship requires 600 hours experience with/as a school counselor over the timeframe of one - two semesters
  • The School Counseling Program is distinct from the Clinical Counseling program so that School Counselors are learning specific techniques to use within the schools
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For further questions , comments, or concerns, contact:

Susan R. Rose, Ph.D.

Susan.Rose@UCumberlands.edu

(502) 253-9859 Home

(502) 468-1480 Cell