Having trouble creating questions that engage students? This article by Rebecca Abler at Edutopia will help you use these simple, strategic questions to lead a conversation in any classroom. Try incorporating these into your next lesson and tell us about your success! Read the full article here.
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Summer brings warm weather, sunny skies and lots of new opportunities to learn and grow. One way for children with special needs to learn is through the use of sensory bins, which include items with texture or other sense-stimulating characteristics. Common bases for sensory bins include water, shaving cream, sand, mud, rice, and uncooked beans.… Read More »
Individualized Education Program (IEP) meetings can be stress-inducing, but come with the territory in school-based therapy. There are a number of articles and checklists for parents on IEP meeting preparation – but not much information on how therapists and special education teachers can appropriately interact with parents who object to information, treatment proposals or methodologies. In his widely-read… Read More »
Attention SLPs! It’s never too early to get a head a start on your Valentine’s Day lesson plans. Get inspired by these games and activities that are perfect for the month of February. Take a look. Looking for a therapy job? Check out our current openings: //jobs.txsource.com Get apps and activities delivered… Read More »