Kelsey

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Reading Workshop in Kindergarten

3a<p>Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.<p><b>a. Demonstrate basic knowledge of one-to-one letter-sound</b> …

Speech Therapy for Children with Autism

For a child with an autism spectrum disorder, successfully communicating with others - something most of us take for granted - can be a major …

Fluency group ideas

Hey everyone!<p>I'm a 1st year grad student with an aphasia client (senior) and fluency client (late 20's). Both of my clients are seen in individual as …

Ideas/Resources for School-Age AAC Group Therapy

Hello Everyone!<p>I am a 2nd year SLP graduate student. I am on a medical track so most of my externship placements have been in a medical setting. I am …

Why Slowing Down Stimuli to Real Time Helps a Child’s Brain

<b>In a broad sense your research seems to point to the fact that over-stimulation in children's brain is having a negative effect when it comes to fast</b> …

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As it turns out, my first experience with Selective Mutism (SM) was my first day on the job during my Clinical Fellowship Year in a private school …

Do Kids Really Learn From Playing Educational Games on Tablets?

Last night while helping my 8-year-old son do his weekly spelling homework, my 5-year-old, always looking to divert attention his way, told me he'd learnt how to write the letters A and Z while playing an alphabet and phonics learning game on my tablet. "Would you like me to write the big or little …

New York University

Could early music training help babies learn language?

Growing up in China, I started playing piano when I was nine years old and learning English when I was 12. Later, when I was a college student, it …

The Importance of Everyday Interactions for Early Brain Development

Can you remember the last time you played peek-a-boo with a young child? You may think it is just a fun child's game, but actually it is helping brains of very young children develop.<p>A new study conducted by researchers at the University of Connecticut and to be published in the next issue of …

The Brain

Classroom Strategies for Maximizing Your Teaching

Here’s an awesome thought! Teaching means your impact on students will last a lifetime. And despite the negatives we hear in the news, a 2010 ING …

4 Innovative Teaching Methods to "WOW" Your Students

<b>“The art of teaching is the art of assisting discovery” – Mark Van Doren</b><p>The transformation from traditional teaching methods such as blackboard, …