Review of the Communication & Speech Disorders Online Masters Program in Speech Language Pathology Hope Morris, University of Vermont Brent Garrett, PIRE March 15, 2012
Goal 1 • 11 of 13 students on track to meet program requirements for graduation after the 2012 summer session. • Average GPA = 3.75/4.00 (versus 3.78 for residential students) • Technology Survey
Scale: 1 = Strongly Disagree, 2 = Disagree, 3 = Neither Agree nor Disagree, 4 = Agree, 5 = Strongly Agree * Course taught by adjunct faculty ** Different evaluation criteria
Goal 2 • SLP curriculum was augmented to include information related to ViiM and FEL. • 2 SIG 1 alumni served as clinical supervisor for one student each. • Elizabeth Smith (Supervised one student for three semesters) • Noelle Teubert (Supervised one student one semester, will supervise the same student a second semester (Summer 2012)) • One student was an SLP-A in a ViiM school (Newport City Elementary) and is now completing a placement at St. Johnsbury School, also a ViiM school. • One student has completed 3 clinical practica at Clarendon Elementary. While there, she worked with the Rutland South SU Clarendon Preschool Program, a FEL site.