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Keep It Core In The Classroom


  Posted on Jan 8, 2014 - 1:38pm

by Dan Mills, M.Ed We often hear of speech therapists being asked to program pages in a speech device for this lesson or that activity. This programming can become very time-consuming and it is hard to keep up with a fast paced curriculum. Many people don’t realize that all they really need is the core vocabulary (...




Express Yourself!


  Posted on Jan 15, 2014 - 11:44am

by Kyleigh Kramlich Kyleigh’s Painting My name is Kyleigh. I am 11 years old. I love art because it is fun for me. Kyleigh I have drawn a candy cane and I have drawn blue people. I do my drawing with my head switch on my communication device. It is hard work, but it is awesome. Candy Cane Blue People A 2nd...




Tic Tac Talk


  Posted on Jan 22, 2014 - 10:20am

By Jane Odom, M.Ed, Director of Implementation Resources Are you looking for a way to introduce vocabulary that is more than just drill and practice? Using a simple game like Tic Tac Talk is not only fun and motivating, it is also easy to set up on the fly. Tic Tac Talk can also be scaffolded to accommodate the skills of ...


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Are You SCAFFOLDING?


  Posted on Jan 28, 2014 - 2:44pm

By Jennifer Monahan, MA, CCC/SLP Jennifer Monahan Like so many words in our language, the word “scaffolding” isn’t just a noun, used to describe the temporary supports that often surround new buildings as they undergo construction. “Scaffolding”, when applied to education and learning, also refers to a very impo...




Silent Inspiration


  Posted on Feb 5, 2014 - 11:22am

By Abigail Brown Abigail Brown I was born February 12,1993, a healthy and very cute baby girl. At the age of three my life would be changed forever. On May 27, 1996 I caught Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever from a tick bite which caused brain damage. The doctors said, “I would be normal in a year.” By normal he m...




Swat The Word


  Posted on Feb 19, 2014 - 10:00am

By Christine Kramlich M. Ed, Regional Consultant Christine Kramlich As a mom, I have always seen the importance of having fun while continuing to learn. During my years as teacher, I always viewed schooling as a way to learn new things while continuing to have fun. Now, that I am a PRC consultant, I truly get to embrace...