Practica are integral to the culmination of systematic learning in higher education, particularly in fields such as health sciences and human services. For undergraduate rehabilitation services students, these placements typically mark the first-time students apply textbook knowledge to real life situations. Therefore, effective site supervision is an important part of the undergraduate field experience. The purpose of the present study was to examine the perceived effectiveness of undergraduate rehabilitation services practicum site supervision. The sample consisted of 154 Hispanic undergraduate rehabilitation services students. The findings show that students were satisfied with the supervision they received. Students also rated the competency of their site supervisors to provide effective supervision as high. Suggestions for future research, and implications for rehabilitation services educators and site supervisors are discussed.
Chen, Roy K., Kim L. Nguyen-Finn, and Jinhee Park. 2018. “Effectiveness of Practicum Supervision as Perceived by Hispanic Undergraduate Rehabilitation Services Students.” Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling 49 (4): 14–20. https://doi.org/10.1891/0047-2220.127.116.11.