Blogjam SLPs blog about using fairy tales in lessons, finishing progress reports and avoiding burnout. Blogjam
Blogjam  |   January 01, 2018
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Blogjam   |   January 01, 2018
The ASHA Leader, January 2018, Vol. 23, 20. doi:10.1044/leader.BGJ.23012018.20
The ASHA Leader, January 2018, Vol. 23, 20. doi:10.1044/leader.BGJ.23012018.20

“I don’t know a single therapist who has said, ‘I can’t wait to use those same flashcards in therapy for the 10th time!’”

—SLP Shareka Bentham in a post on her Easy Speech and Language Ideas blog about how SLPs can avoid burnout and tap into their own creativity for treatment planning.

“Take the time to teach the concept before ‘quizzing’ it or data collection.”

—From a post on A Gift of Speech blog by Shannon Archer on working students up to plural words.

“Teaching how to ask questions is all about modeling, modeling, modeling.”

—SLP Allison Fors in a post on her eponymous blog on teaching students how to formulate questions.

“Then the REMINDER on the calendar pops up—END OF REPORTING PERIOD. And suddenly, the prospect of writing multiple progress reports makes us lie on the ground in the fetal position.”

—SLP Laura Dee gives tips for writing progress reports in a post on the All Y’all Need blog.

“Most readers are naturally sympathetic to the plight of Little Red Riding Hood.”

Badger State Speechy blogger Donna Miazga posts about using fairy tales to teach perspective-taking to students.
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January 2018
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