syllabus NA Summer 2010

syllabus NA Summer 2010 - Course Syllabus University of...

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Course Syllabus University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee Dept. of Communication Sciences and Disorders College of Arts and Sciences SPA 4930 Summer10 Spring Semester, 2010 Online INSTRUCTOR: Stephanie Karidas, M.A. Email: [email protected] Phone: 941-359-4454 Fax: 941-359-4489 Office: [USF Tampa, Communication Sciences and Disorders, PCD 1025] Hours: By appointment only I will respond to e-mail promptly. Be sure to check your USF email daily for class announcements and communications. How to use USF email: 1. Login to blackboard 2. Stay on the Welcome screen 3. Scroll down to USF email services. 4. Click the link to “gmail”. This will take you to your USF mail. IMPORTANT : If you have questions about the course or its content, please post them on the Q&A Discussion Board so everyone can benefit from the answers. How to do this: Log onto Blackboard Click on our course Click on Discussion Board on left menu bar Click the Q&A link to enter Click the +Thread box (top left) to post your question as a new thread, or continue an existing thread by adding further questions or comments Click SAVE to save your thread and work on it later. If you save, only you will see it . Be sure to click SUBMIT to post the thread and allow me and others to view it If you require technical assistance, please contact the USF Help Desk: HYPERLINK "mailto:[email protected]" E- mail us at [email protected] Or call 813-974-1222 or 1-866-974-1222. COURSE DESCRIPTION:
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AIM OF THE COURSE The aim of this course is to introduce you to the neural substrates of human speech, language, hearing, and other related abilities (e.g., taste and swallowing). This course will help you to associate specific neuron-anatomical landmarks and systems with specific speech, language, hearing, and other related functions. This course will also highlight how damage to specific neurological landmarks and/or systems may impair specific speech, language, hearing, and other related functions. This course is designed to provide a “knowledge and skills acquisition (KASA)” experience for students who are preparing to apply for the Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) in Speech Language Pathology from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). Specifically, the following KASA Standard will be met: Standard III B: The student will acquire basic knowledge about human communication and processes -- biological, neurological, acoustic, psychological, developmental/lifespan, cultural. This standard will be achieved through a combination of lecture presentations (on Blackboard), live online labs (via Elluminate), assigned readings, and other assignments.
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syllabus NA Summer 2010 - Course Syllabus University of...

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