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Maureen Schmitt

Title:Professor / UG Coordinator
Office:Pacelli Hall
Phone:773-298-3903
Email:schmitt@sxu.edu
Department: Comm. Sci. & Disorders

Education

  • M.S., Saint Xavier University
  • B.A., Saint Xavier University

Specialized Clinical Experiences

  • Birth-To-Three Language Group
  • Augmentative and Alternative Transition Group

Certification/Licensure

  • Licensed Speech-Language Pathologist - State of Illinois
  • American Speech-Language-Hearing Association - Certificate of Clinical Competence
  • Professional Educator License, State of Illinois - Endorsement in Speech-Language Pathology

Clinical Interests

  • Clinical education/supervision in speech-language pathology
  • Early/early childhood intervention
  • Parent education
  • Child language development

Courses Taught

  • CSDI 305: Development of Language in the Young Child
  • CSDI 310: Clinical Methods in Speech-Language Pathology
  • CSDI 355: Clinical Practicum
  • CSDIG 510: Diagnostic Practicum
  • CSDIG 514: Practicum in Prevention
  • CSDIG 515: Advanced Clinical Practicum I
  • CSDIG 516: Advanced Clinical Practicum II
  • CSDIG 517: Advanced Clinic Practicum III
  • Clinical Module in Early Intervention Therapy

Service

Student Volunteer Liaison Chair
Illinois Speech-Language-Hearing Association 2013-2015


Selected Presentations

Polelle, D., Klick. P, Schmitt, M., Sennett, W. and Szymanski, C. (May, 2011). Use of technology in clinical and classroom instruction in Communication Sciences and Disorders. Presented at a Center for Engaged Learning Conference. Chicago, IL.

Klick, P., and Schmitt, M. (2009). Supervision of graduate students in university clinics: professional preparation. Poster session presented at the Teaching and Learning Symposium. Saint Xavier University, Chicago, IL.

Selected Publications

Klick, P., and Schmitt, M. (2010). Professional preparation of clinical educators in university graduate programs. Perspectives on Issues in Higher Education, 13 (2), 49-57.