Presenter: Amanda Warren, MS, CCC-SLP
– N.C., prior course participant
Fulfill your ASHA Mentoring and Supervisory course requirements.
Are you considering becoming a student supervisor? Or, do you want to ensure you are doing everything possible to give the students you supervise the best experience? ASHA tells us “clinical supervision is a distinct area of practice in speech-language pathology and ... is an essential component in the education of students and the continual professional growth of speech-language pathologists.”
This course is intended for SLPs who are interested in developing their teaching abilities prior to taking on their first student. Participants will be introduced to terminology, supports available for novice supervisors, and common models of supervision and feedback. Most importantly, you'll learn methods that will help you set your own goals and expectations for your supervisee. Content is relevant across settings, but given the speaker's clinical background this course may be most valuable to clinicians working in medical settings.
Offered for 0.25 ASHA CEUs – 2.5 Contact Hours.
Course Overview – Run Time: 2:39:10
– B.R., prior course participant
The content of this online CE course does not focus exclusively on any specific proprietary product or service. Presenter financial and non-financial disclosures may be found in the Presenter & Disclosures area.
Video PowerPoint presentation with author narration & downloadable handout. Stop and re-start the course at any point. Learners retain access to course content after completion for ongoing reference and review.
"Models of providing feedback and assessing my own skills were beneficial. I liked that the course can be applicable to other professions if considered in a broader context (I am an OTR)." E.B. (Jun. 2023)
"Discussing how to begin a mentorship opportunity was beneficial. The slides went along nicely with the content." J.M. (May 2023)
"Goals for self-assessment were beneficial. I liked the real-life situations." A.J. (May 2023)
"I really enjoyed learning what to expect when taking on a SLPA or grad student. The presenter was very well organized. The course work was easy to follow, understand and apply." J.L. (May 2023)
"I liked the ASHA Self-Assessment of Competencies and Supervision review. Discussing when and amongst who to intervene with feedback was beneficial." K.G. (May 2023)
"I liked the SQF Model of Supervision. And the self-assessment materials provided." S.S. (Apr. 2023)
"The models of supervision were beneficial." L.J. (Mar. 2023)
"All of the information the presenter provided was beneficial. I liked the Q1, Q2, Q3 breakdown." K.K. (Mar. 2023)
"Course was very practical and gave immediate tools to use. I liked the supervising models." E.M. (Feb. 2023)
"Great overall review. All relevant information, supported by EBP. Lots of information about how to think about my own expectations and style as a supervisor, how to communicate these expectations to my student, and how to adjust my feedback to meet the student's needs and level." S.M. (Feb. 2023)
"The handouts were clear, and the information was concise. Guiding a graduate student through clinical decision making." B.L. (Feb. 2023)
"I found the topic of providing clinical instruction relevant for my job." K.G. (Feb. 2023)
"I liked the examples of different tools for supervision and the self-assessment tool. I want to make sure I am providing supervision that will help the new clinician. I liked that I could watch course on my schedule. This was helpful with my busy life, both work and home." C.D. (Jan. 2023)
"Learning the types of questions to ask supervisees was beneficial. I liked the specific examples." L.S. (Jan. 2023)
"I liked the models of supervision. Presentation was easy to follow and understand." L.G. (Jan. 2023)
"Types of questions and feedback to provide to supervisees at different stages of the supervision experience were beneficial. Provided guidance on how to approach a supervisory experience, including the ASHA self-assessment tool for supervision." M.C. (Dec. 2022)
"I liked the breadth of information - the frameworks for supervision, the types of questioning, and the focus on what to establish with the student prior to starting." M.C. (Dec. 2022)
"Becoming aware of the different models for supervision was beneficial. Instilled a further interest to consider supervising a student." S.F. (Dec. 2022)
"Information was presented clearly. I liked the supervision styles, particularly the Conscious Incompetence approach." J.B. (Dec. 2022)
"Great presenter and information. The entire presentation was beneficial. I specifically liked the terminology breakdown at the beginning, descriptions of varying models, and explanations of feedback." A.B. (Nov. 2022)
"A lot of information condensed into a manageable amount of time." M.R. (Nov. 2022)
"I liked the flow of information and how I can immediately apply these skills." D.L. (Nov. 2022)
"I liked all of the information - feedback, SQF model, apprenticeship model, etc." C.S. (Nov. 2022)
"Learning about supervision theory/research. Strategies for addressing difficulties between supervisor and supervisee." K.I. (Nov. 2022)
"I liked the overall coursework." S.H. (Oct. 2022)
"The learner was provided with many examples (scenarios) and recommendations when starting out as a clinical supervisor." R.R. (Oct. 2022)
"Clear presentation of content; well organized." L.B. (Sept. 2022)
"I liked the concrete examples to go with an abstract concept." N.F. (Sept. 2022)
"The supervision, Questioning and Feedback model with explanation of the different levels and how they coincide with one another was beneficial." P.M. (Aug. 2022)
"I appreciated the SQF model and the explanations/examples provided in the presentation. I liked the combination of a visual presentation powerpoint and the printable powerpoint to follow along with the presentation." K.C. (Aug. 2022)
"I like that the presenter laid out what needs to happen in order to be a good clinical supervisor BESIDES having clinical knowledgeable and expertise." M.H. (July 2022)
"I liked the practical information, such as understanding your supervisee's level of competence and how that relates to the types of questions you would use with them. It was very clear and easy to follow. The slides were helpful and easy to read." D.A. (July 2022)
"It was very accessible and easy to take at my own pace." A.G. (July 2022)
"The discussion about the various questions to ask at specific points during the student internship were helpful. Liked the flow and ease of the course." J.A. (July 2022)
"I liked the different levels of competence and associated levels of questions." A.G. (July 2022)
"Easy to listen to and follow along. Practical to utilize immediately in supervision practices." A.G. (June 2022)
"Learning the characteristics of a good clinical educator. Relevant information and good pace." D.P. (June 2022)
"I appreciated the beginner-friendly approach to the topic of supervision, with the reminders of how supervisors are not expected to be perfect, and that they need to constantly learn and grow in both their clinical practice and supervision styles." A.O. (June 2022)
"I liked the models of supervision and the organization of presentation." J.R. (May 2022)
"I liked how the course was broken up and the different questions to ask and level of competencies." G.F. (May 2022)
"Specifics on getting started with a supervision experience and hierarchy of learning and giving feedback was useful information." R.E. (Apr. 2022)
"I liked the models of supervision and feedback. I found the course to be concise, relevant, and useful information as a first time supervisor." B.R. (Apr. 2022)
"This will be my first experience being a clinical supervisor. I found this course very helpful in providing myself education and reflecting back to when I was a student. I liked the layout - easy to understand and follow along." K.R. (Apr. 2022)
"Very thorough. The reflection breaks were beneficial." K.M. (Mar. 2022)
"I found the different types of Models on instruction/supervision to be very interesting and helpful to my current practice. I enjoyed the specific examples given by the educator based on her personal experience." M.H. (Mar. 2022)
"Very helpful to have supervision broken down into digestible, sequential parts." M.M. (Feb. 2022)
"The most beneficial topic was the resources she gave us to consult in case we have doubts. Also, I found the way she discussed diverse supervision models to be beneficial." J.C. (Jan. 2022)
"The examples provided by the instructor help connect the content to practical scenarios." T.F. (Jan. 2022)
"I liked how interactive it was and how knowledgeable the course instructor was." H.M. (Jan. 2022)
"I could take it online in the convenience of my home." S.D. (Nov. 2021)
"The information was clear and practical." M.S. (Nov. 2021)
"I liked The Apprenticeship Model that was demonstrated in this class. I will use this! The presenter presented in a clear manner and the handouts followed the presentation well." D.C. (Sept. 2021)
"The specific methods of supervision were most beneficial. The pace of the course was nice. It seemed like a long session, but it was pleasant and kept my interest." N.S. (Aug. 2021)
"Setting expectations and the different models of supervision and feedback are helpful for my daily practice. The examples of feedback and the sequence it could follow were good." V.F. (Aug. 2021)
"I found the reminders of what we should expect from our supervisees a great review! A also appreciated the questions portion from the SQF model of supervision. Its a great reminder of the types of questions to ask to help the supervise feel comfortable and how to ask questions to them to be active thinkers and grow. I can do it in my home, on my own time and it allows me to go back and review information I would like to hear again if needed. I also like to read the handouts first so that I am prepared for the lecture and it allows me to think about the information more openly and in a more relaxed way." C.G. (Aug. 2021)
"Self-assessing and communication with coworkers and collaborators - even if I'm not supervising will be helpful for my daily practice. The flow and examples were good." M.C. (Aug. 2021)
"I felt that the models of supervision and feedback were beneficial. I felt that the course was very thorough and well thought out. I liked that there were a lot of specific examples." M.G. (Aug. 2021)
"The models of supervision are beneficial for my daily practice." C.W. (Aug. 2021)
"Even when I do not have a student clinician, I can adapt the information about models of questioning to teachers that I work with at school to help them be more effective when they work with my students that have AAC devices. Thinking about my own levels of competency and about questioning. I believe the first half of the course could move a bit faster. 2nd half was more valuable information for this clinician." D.S. (Aug. 2021)
"Determining how to choose the correct model of supervision will help my daily practice. The self-assessment and reflections and how interactive the course was is good." D.R. (Aug. 2021)
"The entire organization of the presentation will help me frame out a format to use as a clinical supervisor/mentor. I specifically liked the part about goal setting, and evaluating effectiveness. I also liked the SQF model which I do intend to use. I also like the self-evaluation tool. I like the entire thing and actually listened to it twice. The speaker was highly engaging and knowledgeable and made learning a pleasure." L.R. (Aug. 2021)
"I found all of it beneficial since I have never been a supervisor. It helped me understand about putting a plan together, supervising at different levels, communicating appropriately with the supervisee, and addressing my own deficit areas." N.C. (Aug. 2021)
Amanda Warren, MS, CCC-SLP, is a medical Speech-Language Pathologist practicing in the city of Boston, MA. She has extensive experience in outpatient, acute care, rehabilitative care, skilled nursing, and home care environments. Amanda teaches at the undergraduate and graduate level in Speech-Language Pathology. She has a special interest in palliative dysphagia management, augmentative communication at the end of life, and patient-family advocacy and education.
Financial — Amanda Warren is presenter online CE courses sponsored by Northern Speech Services; receives royalties.
Nonfinancial — Amanda Warren has no relevant nonfinancial relationships to disclose.
This program is offered for 0.25 ASHA CEUs (Intermediate Level; Related Area).
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