Posts Tagged ‘Speech Language Pathologist’

If You Don’t Know about the 2X10 Strategy, Click Open!

How many times have you said, “I wish there was something I could do” about a student who comes from a rough home life? There IS something you can do and that is to become one of the 5 people in a child’s life that it takes to make a real difference between success and failure. If you think back to your own childhood, I’m guessing you could name several […]

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Do You Know about the DESSA and How it Can Help with Social Emotional Issues?

If you haven’t been part of the current hot topic in education, you need to know that educators in many districts all over the US are talking about the significant number of students coming to school with social emotional issues. We are finding that even students who come to us from middle class families are scoring way too high on the Adverse Childhood Experience (ACE) checklist. It’s a problem and […]

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Have You Seen The Rocketbook Wave Notebook?

So a friend of mine said that she had a “new toy” that she just got and thought I should do a video on it. This friend is kind of techie and her description of this new toy peaked my curiosity. After a quick look on Amazon, I decided that I had to have one! Before my order arrived, I shared the info with another friend who immediately bought one […]

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Amazing Communication Growth in Just Nine Months For Students with Moderate Cognitive Delays!

Our team started this unique approach to a communication model for elementary age students with moderate cognitive delays approximately a year and a half ago. We placed an SLP exclusively with our three life skills classrooms for a full day each week in each classroom. We wanted to develop a program where communication was a cornerstone where students would be given the opportunity to learn and use their communication skills […]

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A Strategy to Help Kids on the Autism Spectrum Answer Questions and Curb Echolalia

A Strategy to Help Kids on the Autism Spectrum Answer Questions and Curb Echolalia

Today’s strategies are going to seem very simple to you, but I’m here to say that they work well and they work quickly!   What am I talking about? I’m talking about using visual supports to relieve stress and anxiety for both the students and the teachers when the teachers ask questions and the students need to respond. Take a look! We still have a few weeks of school left, so […]

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Are You Someone’s Hero?

In my job as an educator I have vowed to never judge the parents of a child with special needs. Why? Because I could never be sure that in each situation they face, that I could do any better than they are doing. It would be easy to judge given my background and experience in special education, yet I do not. Instead I try to understand what they are facing […]

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A Peek Inside Scripting with Idioms: The Perfect Solution for Students with Autism

The one thing I hate about ordering things online is that I don’t get to see exactly what I’m ordering. If I’m in a bookstore, I have the chance to really look inside a book to see if it’s what I’ve been looking for. Amazon books is nice enough to offer you a tiny, tiny peek inside their books, but it’s often basically the table of contents and not much […]

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Think About Using the 2+2 Strategy with Your Students Who Are Oppositional!

It’s that time of year when you are exhausted and need all of the tools you can find to get you through! If you have a student who is oppositional, you may want to pull out that 2+2 strategy I’ve taught you before! I find that even though I’ve shared strategies with staff, they sometimes forget that they need to run through their tool options when new situations arise with […]

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A Social Skills App that Allows Students to Play This Famous Game!

Who doesn’t enjoy playing a game? When you can make learning fun and turn something difficult into something that involves scoring points, you just might get your students’ attention. Our SLPA shared this gem at a recent day of Professional Development for our SLP team. If you like the game of Jeopardy, you will enjoy this app! This app can be another tool in your toolbox for social skills activities! […]

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Three Cute DIY Materials for Students in the Special Education Classroom!

I am often amazed at how some people can turn what I would call trash, disposable or unwanted materials into cute, clever, useful and fun activities for students. This is what happened when I recently had one of our assistants show me some of the things she had made for students. She showed me activity after activity and one was just as imaginative as the next!!! Today I’m showing you […]

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