Speech-Language Pathology Practice and Curriculum Analysis
A practice analysis is the primary mechanism for describing the tasks or clinical activities, knowledge, and skills underlying the practice of speech-language pathology. The results of this analysis establish the job relevance of decisions concerning standards, curriculum redesign, and professional certification.
This product is essential for academic programs, state associations, and licensure boards to validate that their curriculum and regulations are consistent with the knowledge and skills required for ASHA certification, which measures a practitioner’s readiness for entry-level independent practice. It will help you do the following:
- define the performance domain for speech-language pathology
- identify the clinical activities and knowledge areas important for entry-level professionals
- modify your program’s curriculum to provide opportunities for students to achieve the identified knowledge and skills for professional practice.