Data collection: our careers revolve around it. We use numbers to determine everything from eligibility and goals, to therapy methods and billing. However, these little numbers can cause big stress. There’s so much data to track that we’re always on the hunt for the best and quickest data collection options to keep these numbers from piling up and bogging us… Read More
Archives for 2016
You’re an undergrad. You’re going to parties and going to class. You are thinking about which friends you will get to hang out with over break and in the back of your mind a little voice whispers…grad school. Yes, grad school. Are there two words more stressful to an undergrad trying to become an SLP?! Senior year is basically stressing… Read More
I am thrilled to continue our series of SLPs sharing what ideas and thoughts are in their ‘speech bubbles’. Today, Cheri from Super Power Speech is joining us to talk about the SLPs role in collaboration. Close to ten years ago I had an epiphany. I may have been slow to figure this one out, but I pat myself on… Read More
Using a visual timer can be a helpful tool when students are having behavior or work completion issues. However some of the timers out there are, well, boring. Outloud Timer 2 is an interactive, visual timer app that is engaging for kids and useful for you!
I’m thrilled to be doing a guest post for Maureen and I hope she’s enjoying her baby boy! I blog over at Teach Speech 365 and I’m going to strip away some of my anonymity for this post. Earlier this year, I also had a baby. If you noticed, I had several awesome bloggers who offered to guest posts for me… Read More
SLP confession time…