Cyber-Communication: Finding Its Place in School Counseling Practice, Education, and Professional Development
Professional School Counseling Volume 9, Number 4, ISSN 1096-2409
Cyber-or computer-mediated communication is transforming school counselor education in curriculum delivery, supervision, and professional development, as well as changing the nature of interactions among counselors, school personnel, parents, counselor educators, students, and field supervisors. This article describes how new technologies are influencing school counseling practice and helping counselor educators to train the next generation of school counselors. The article encourages a critical dialogue about the issues, ethics, and unanswered questions pertaining to the use of computer technology in school counselor practice and education.
Wilczenski, F.L. & Coomey, S.M. (2006). Cyber-Communication: Finding Its Place in School Counseling Practice, Education, and Professional Development. Professional School Counseling, 9(4), 327-331.
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