Blogjam —SLP Hallie Sherman, in a post on her blog Speech Time Fun on must-have visual aids for speech and language students. —SLP Elizabeth Rosenzweig, in a post on her blog Auditory Verbal Therapy about acknowledging the struggles of parents of children with hearing loss. —SLP Brooke Andrews, in a post ... Blogjam
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The ASHA Leader, September 2017, Vol. 22, 18. doi:10.1044/leader.BGJ.22092017.18
The ASHA Leader, September 2017, Vol. 22, 18. doi:10.1044/leader.BGJ.22092017.18

“Our students benefit from a multi-sensory approach. They need to see, feel and touch the information.”

—SLP Hallie Sherman, in a post on her blog Speech Time Fun on must-have visual aids for speech and language students.

“Sometimes you just need to say three words: THIS IS HARD.”

—SLP Elizabeth Rosenzweig, in a post on her blog Auditory Verbal Therapy about acknowledging the struggles of parents of children with hearing loss.

“Children are natural ‘pattern seekers’ of language.”

—SLP Brooke Andrews, in a post on her blog The Speech Dynamic about telegraphic speech.

“What vocabulary instruction IS NOT is drill and kill.”

—SLP Shannon, in a post on her Speechy Musings blog about teaching upper-level vocabulary strategies.

“A quiet game night can present an ideal option for a relaxing evening without sensory overload.”

—SLP Emily Jupiter, in a post on her Alphabet Aerobics blog about the benefits of a calm family game night at home for children.

“Sequencing in play is an important precursor to being able to sequence your ideas logically later on.”

—SLP Helen Coleman, in a post on her blog Speech Blog UK about tips for working with children struggling with language sequencing.
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