Review the following:
- Section F, “Supervision, Training, and Teaching,” from the 2014 ACA Code of Ethics.
- Ethical standards related to supervision found within other ethical standards for your program or specialization (for example, “Responsibilities to the Profession” from the ASCA Ethical Standards for School Counselors).
Imagine you are interviewing for a potential fieldwork site placement:
- Describe the responsibilities of the supervisee and the supervisor.
- What questions would you have about how the supervision relationship would be structured (for example, frequency of meetings, method of evaluation)?
Follow current APA style and formatting guidelines in your post.
Respond to the initial discussion posts of two other learners. What reactions do you have to the ideas the learner has presented? Include examples from your own experience to support your perspective, and raise questions to continue the dialogue.
This activity will help you achieve the following learning components:
- Learn about the different types of professionals a counselor may work with.
- Learn about the ethical codes specific to the counseling profession.
- .To compare recognition performance by word-value, signal detection theory (SDT) measures A0 and B00D were used. Sensitivity measure A0 is a relatively non- parametric measure of one’s ability to distinguish old items from new items and ranges from 0.5 (chance guess- ing) to 1.0. This measure is favorable to proportion correct, because unlike proportion correct it is unconfounded with response bias (Stanislaw & Todorov, 1999). B00D is a mea- sure of response bias, with positive values here indicating a bias towards labeling an item as new. Both A0 and B00D were used in place of the traditional measures d0 and c, because they do not require the assumption that old and new distributions have equal variance, which is often sub- stantially violated in recognition memory (Glanzer, Kim, Hilford, & Adams, 1999). For a review of SDT measures and their calculation, see Stanislaw and Todorov (1999).