Paperless Data Collection | iPad + Pencil

I've long been looking for an easy way to make my data collection paperless. Technology has come quite a long way, even in the last 7 years of my working as a public school SLP, and this year, I have finally been able to achieve my dream of reducing paper. To begin,...

Categories | Tips & Materials

If you've been keeping up with the blog over the last few weeks, you'll know that I've been writing about the language processing hierarchy. If you've forgotten, the language processing hierarchy looks something like this: and is directly related to our Common Core...

Word Associations | Tips & Materials

I recently wrote about the first couple steps in the language processing hierarchy, labeling or naming objects and ideas and functions. If you've forgotten, the language processing hierarchy looks something like this: and is directly related to our Common Core State...

Object Functions | Tips & Materials

Teaching students distinguish between what an object is, what an object does, what an object is made of, what an object is grouped with, etc… are all important and vital aspects of helping students build a lexicon that has incredible depth, rather than just extending its breadth. 

Yoga in School: Knocking on Heaven’s Door

In the last several years, researchers have been delving into the importance of movement for our children’s well-being, with particular attention being paid to the ever-disappearing recess.

5 Therapy Savers

Those are just 4 things that have made my limited planning and therapy time more successful so far this quarter. What is saving your life this quarter?