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How to support  Auditory Memory in the classroom

How to support Auditory Memory in the classroom

How to support  Auditory Memory in the classroom: From Language Disorders to Differential Diagnosis of Dyslexia. “Children with Language Impairments have notable deficits in nonword repetition that cannot be attributed to differences in their language knowledge.”...

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What is your “Why”?

What is your “Why”?

Due to the COVID pandemic, there is so much uncertainty. Including how I am going to help my own two kids learn, be a mom, be a wife, and be as best of an SLP as I can be right now. Truth is...I don’t know how to do it. I have no clue how this is all going to get...

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Use of Google Classroom in Speech Therapy

Use of Google Classroom in Speech Therapy

First, let me say, I would LOVE nothing more than to have my students in my little tiny speech room right now. But we can't…..so I have moved to Google Classroom and it is working really well right now. Here is how my building set up Google Classrooms for kids with...

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Free Digital Speech Therapy Resource

Free Digital Speech Therapy Resource

Free digital speech therapy resource to target articulation, vocabulary, categorization, auditory memory, listening, and phonological awareness skills for telepractice. While schools are closed and administrators are working diligently to provide solutions to our many...

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Creating a Speech Language and Social Skills Library

Creating a Speech Language and Social Skills Library

The Speech, Language, and Social Skills Library Facilitate Critical Skills Using children's books in speech therapy has been a game-changer. It has been my answer to effective lesson planning and managing larger mixed groups. It is such a functional and meaningful way...

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Why nonsense syllables in articulation therapy?

Why nonsense syllables in articulation therapy?

I remember very clearly sitting in a great session at an ASHA convention when the reason for using nonsense syllables in speech articulation therapy was presented. I used to be under the impression to make articulation therapy meaningful and functional to support...

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Flexible Service Delivery

Flexible Service Delivery

I found myself wondering….How am I going to get this all done, and done well?  Research and social media lead me to this….the 3:1 model or flexible service delivery.  I have read a lot on this and I have done it for a year.  Here is my review: Pro: I am able to do...

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1.57 and Student Achievement

1.57 and Student Achievement

Those in the educational side of the field of speech therapy have probably had to hear about this number in some sort of inservice. 1.57. John Hattie has completed a meta-analysis of the influences and effect sizes related to student achievement in schools. This study...

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A Passion For Speech Language Pathology

A Passion For Speech Language Pathology

I have always loved reading blog posts and learning from the amazing community of speech language pathologists around me.  Never, did I ever, think that I would be casting myself out there in the world wide web with my own blog.  My passion for the field of Speech...

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