Technology Applications in School Psychology Consultation, Supervision, and Training explores the ways in which the field of school psychology is using technological innovations to support and improve graduate student training and supervision, as well as school consultation. Chapters based on current research and written by experts address the integration of telehealth tools and strategies such as telepresence robots, bug-in-the-ear devices, videoconferencing, virtual platforms, and more, including a section dedicated to navigating practical, ethical, and legal concerns. Throughout, the volume engages with relevant considerations relating to data management, professional standards, and regulatory guidelines. This is a comprehensive and up-to-date resource for all those looking to understand the place and potential of established and emerging technologies within school psychology training and practice.
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Preface and Introduction by Aaron J. Fischer, Tai A. Collins, Evan H. Dart and Keith C. Radley
Consultation Section Introduction by Aaron J. Fischer, Tai A. Collins, Evan H. Dart and Keith C. Radley
1: Teleconsultation by Wendy Machalicek, University of Oregon
2: Bug-In-Ear Coaching by Brad Dufrene, University of Southern Mississippi
3: Video Modeling During Coaching and Performance Feedback by Florence Digennaro-Reed, University of Kansas
4: Telepresence Robotics and Consultation by Aaron J. Fischer, University of Utah
5: Mobile and Computer-Based Applications for Data Collection and Intervention by Keith C. Radley, University of Southern Mississippi
Supervision Section Introduction by Aaron J. Fischer, Tai A. Collins, Evan H. Dart and Keith C. Radley
6: Telesupervision: In-Field Considerations by Tyra Sellers, Utah State University
7: Telesupervision: Licensure and Infrastructure by Brandon K. Schultz, East Carolina University
Training Section Introduction by Aaron J. Fischer, Tai A. Collins, Evan H. Dart and Keith C. Radley
8: Using Videoconferencing to Recruit and Retain Students from Diverse Backgrounds by Tai Collins, University of Cincinnati
9: Virtual Training Platforms by Joel Bocanegra, Idaho State University
10: Web-based and Technology Mediated Training Through a Three-Tiered Model by Evan H. Dart, University of Southern Mississippi
11. Technology in Professional Learning by Dan Florell, Eastern Kentucky University
IV PRACTICAL, ETHICAL, LEGAL, AND RESEARCH ISSUES
Practical, Ethical, Legal, And Research Issues Section Introduction by Aaron J. Fischer, Tai A. Collins, Evan H. Dart and Keith C. Radley
12: Practical Issues When Using Technology During Consultation, Supervision, and Professional Training by Brittany Bice-Urbach, University of Wisconsin
13: Ethical and Legal Issues When Using When Using Technology During Consultation, Supervision, and Professional Training by Renee Hawkins and Danny Newman, University of Cincinnati
14: Technology in Researching Consultation, Supervision, and Professional Learning/Training by Markeda Newell, Loyola University Chicago
15. Summary and Future Directions of Technology Applications in School Consultation, Supervision, and School Psychology Training by Aaron J. Fischer, Tai A. Collins, Evan H. Dart and Keith C. Radley
Aaron J. Fischer is the Dee Endowed Professor of Educational Psychology and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Utah, USA.
Tai A. Collins is Assistant Professor of School Psychology at the University of Cincinnati, USA.
Evan H. Dart is Associate Professor in the School Psychology program in the Department of Psychology at the University of Southern Mississippi, USA.
Keith C. Radley is Associate Professor in the School Psychology program in the Department of Educational Psychology at the University of Utah, USA.
"This book is a useful resource for those interested in reflecting on how we may seek to redefine the delivery of UK EP practice and training and/or to those keen to increase the use of technological approaches within their work. I would recommend it for both practising and academic psychologists." - Edward Sugden, Educational Psychology in Practice