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April 2011 - Posts

Speech in the Schools

Service Delivery Models: Supporting Students Who Aren't "Ours"
April 27, 2011 9:00 AM by Valerie Lill
In all my discussions of service delivery models, whether direct or indirect ones, all the students I've talked about supporting were ones who were already identified/had IEPs in place, which include either direct and/or indirect services from a speech-language Read More...
Book It, Part 2: Author Studies and Robert Munsch
April 25, 2011 9:00 AM by Sean Sweeney
I like to do a lot of interactive read-alouds (a topic I'll post about later) with my early elementary students, and I really find it helpful to group a bunch of books together by the same author to do an informal author study. Author studies in the classroom Read More...
A New Therapy Toy!
April 18, 2011 9:00 AM by Alexandra Streeter
There's nothing like a new toy to make me a happy SLP! The other day I was at a new Ross Dress for Less that opened in my town. As the SLP who is forever addicted to speech materials, I lingered by the toy department, and, yes, I scored! For $10 I got Read More...
Don't Neglect One of the Most Valuable Types of Consultation!
April 13, 2011 9:00 AM by Valerie Lill
Throughout this school year one of the main topics I've talked about is service delivery. I've talked about both direct therapy and indirect models, such as consultation with paraprofessionals and classroom teachers. As the last marking period of this Read More...
Book It: Picture Books and Literature-Based Intervention
April 11, 2011 9:00 AM by Sean Sweeney
You might be surprised, given the topics I usually blog about here at ADVANCE (and elsewhere ), that I actually enjoy working with books about as much as I do technology. It's easy to see the connection, though, when you think of books as a context through Read More...
Acrobat or SLP?
April 4, 2011 9:00 AM by Alexandra Streeter
I went to an assembly at my school recently and saw Chinese Acrobats! They were amazing. They juggled hats, spun plates while getting into all sorts of strange positions, did tricks with heavy vases on their heads, and wore amazing costumes with masks Read More...


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    Speech in the Schools
    Occupation: School-based speech-language pathologists
    Setting: Traditional and specialized K-12 classrooms
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