The Password Is … Remembering a slew of passwords is no fun for adults, but blogger Eric X. Raj shows how giving students a “password” for the speech room can help them look forward to speech-language treatment. Inspired by a unique dining experience, Raj uses passwords and a few associated apps to generate excitement ... Blogjam
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The ASHA Leader, May 2014, Vol. 19, 16. doi:10.1044/leader.BGJ4.19052014.16
The ASHA Leader, May 2014, Vol. 19, 16. doi:10.1044/leader.BGJ4.19052014.16
Remembering a slew of passwords is no fun for adults, but blogger Eric X. Raj shows how giving students a “password” for the speech room can help them look forward to speech-language treatment. Inspired by a unique dining experience, Raj uses passwords and a few associated apps to generate excitement among his students and even to hit therapy targets.
“What I love about the idea of having a password in speech therapy,” Raj writes, “is that it could work perfectly with articulation kiddos. Let’s say you have a student who is working on that tricky /r/ sound. Well, how about making the random passwords contact lots of /r/ sounds? We all know that there’s no shortage of /r/ words in the English language, so why not turn those words into passwords?”
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