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Earlier in the week I was invited to participate in a ‘Chain Letter Link Up’. Its not the crazy kind of chain letters that we immediatly delete from our mailbox, but a way to connect blogging SLPs. It was started by Teach Speech 365.  She interviewed a few SLPs and then their jobs were to interview and post about other amazing blogging SLPs. I was very excited to be interviewed by Jen from Speech Universe. I got to interview her in return. Here is Jen’s wonderful interview. 🙂  * hint: there might be some freebie links as the end of the interview*

1. Your name, email, blog address, link to TpT store if you have one
Jennifer Shamberger

2. When and why did you start blogging?
I just started last month. I had been thinking about it for a while and finally just took the plunge. I want a place where I can share ideas and force my self to become more creative with how I am delivering service. I love the community of people that is forming and really just want to grow from it.

3. What is your favorite population to work with?
I love working with students with Autism Spectrum Disorders

4. How much time per week do you spend blogging and/or creating materials?
Probably about 10-15 hours.

5. What’s your favorite topic to create materials for?
Auditory memory and phonemic awareness are big skills I am workin on with students right now. I also make a lot of visual supports for communication with my students with ASD.

6. What’s the best thing about blogging?
So far, just keeping a record for myself about activites I am trying. Also, I love having links to other blogs and gaining ideas there too.

7. Do you have any blogging tips?
So far I feel like I am just winging it and learning myself. I am just trying to figure out the tech side of the blog- I feel a little overwhelmed sometimes because there is so much I don’t know!

8. Add a question and answer of your choice (can be speech related or not).
What is your favorite activity to do with your students?
I love it when I get to create things with my students, whether it is a craft or a story. I love their creativity!

Speech Universe has posted a special FREEBIE so make sure you stop by and check it out :

I had a lot of fun this and it seems like a great opportunity for a FREEBIE! If log on to my Teachers Pay Teachers site and download Antonym Apples for free!  Now it is my job to interview some of fantastic and clever blogging SLPs. If you want to be interviewed send me a message at


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Hey there! I’m Maureen Wilson, a school-base SLP who is data driven and caffeine powered. My passion is supporting other pediatric SLPs by teaching them how to harness the power of literacy and data to help their students achieve their goals…without sacrificing time they don’t have.

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