Reaching New Heights It’s no stretch to say that I love to create. I make many of my own materials, but I also seek out ideas and inspiration from others. I noticed a striking bulletin board, “Reach for the Stars,” that featured arms reaching upward. I decided to tweak the concept for ... Glimpses
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Reaching New Heights
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Glimpses   |   May 01, 2016
Reaching New Heights
The ASHA Leader, May 2016, Vol. 21, 6. doi:10.1044/leader.GL.21052016.6
The ASHA Leader, May 2016, Vol. 21, 6. doi:10.1044/leader.GL.21052016.6
It’s no stretch to say that I love to create. I make many of my own materials, but I also seek out ideas and inspiration from others. I noticed a striking bulletin board, “Reach for the Stars,” that featured arms reaching upward. I decided to tweak the concept for my students. My continuing goal for all of my students is that they take ownership of their learning, so I created a bulletin board focused on goals, progress and ownership, based on the “Student will…” form of IEP goals. Students traced and cut out a template of their arm, chose one of their IEP goals, and decorated their arm for the display.
About me:
I work for a great school district in Southern Vermont. My caseload is primarily middle school, with a traveling component that extends my student population from elementary to high school. I blog at SLP Runner and I’m a member of the Frenzied SLP blogging group.
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