Speech Activity of the Week: Sticker Stop – an “Exit Slip” Strategy
[Source: Practically Speeching.com] by Alexis Gaines, SLP I give massive amounts of stickers. It's true. I give stickers for homework, I give stickers for holidays, and I of course give stickers at the end of sessions! A recent visit from my supervisor led me to start thinking about how I can do an "exit slip" type carryover strategy. My supervisor suggested that as I'm giving them their sticker, I ask them what they learned. I tried this for a few weeks, with much success, but I found that…
Setting and Tracking Articulation Goals
I can’t believe the school season is almost here already, and has probably already started for some of you! To celebrate new classes, students, and goals I thought I’d share my “Articulation Goal Tracker” form with all of you.
Speech Therapy Session Notes - quickly and easily keep parents informed
These Speech Therapy Session Notes are perfect to keep parents informed and updated about what's been happening in speech therapy sessions. The notes can quickly be filled out by checking the lines next to the activities that were targeted in your session. There is also room to add additional notes ...
Make It Look Good! Organizational Freebie | Speechy Musings
Because I’m still in graduate school, I won’t pretend to know anything about organizing materials for a school based SLP, BUT I do have a pretty good system for myself in school! Overview: I use one or two binders for all of my classwork. I either put all of them in one binder, or separate […]