Volume 13, Issue 4 (1984)
Computers and School Psychology Training
John C. Brantley
ABSTRACT: The unique uses of computers in training school psychologists including their potential role in simulated and actual assessment, case disposition, report formulation, record keeping and research are reviewed. The microcomputer as “teaching-assistant” offers new opportunities for training to become competency-based, with unlimited systematic or randomized presentation of information, extended opportunities for practice, cueing, corrective feedback and reinforcement, and performance measured to specified criterion levels.
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