After years of formal education and training, many psychologists choose to work in academia. Some will find work as a college professor or teacher in a university or secondary school. Others will work in a school system as a school psychologist. Still others will work with high school and college athletes as a sports psychologist. All of these fall under the umbrella of psychology and can lead to rewarding careers in the field.
Week Five Learning Outcomes
- Describe the various ethical considerations of school psychologists and teaching psychologists working within the field of psychology.
- Describe the professional and ethical standards required specifically for sports psychologists.
- Examine the interactions and collaborative practices of school psychologists and teaching psychologists with other applied sub-disciplines in psychology.
- Identify the ethical considerations involved with school psychologists and teaching psychologists who are also conducting therapy with patients.
|Assignment||Due Date||Format||Point Value|
|School Psychologist and Sports Psychologist||Day 3(1st post)||Discussion Forum||5|
|Teaching Psychologist||Day 3(1st post)||Discussion Forum||3|
|Internet Considerations||Day 7||Written Assignment||8|