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SLP Corner: The Language of STEM

[Source:  Play on Words] I’ve written a number of times about the language skills needed and used in STEM education. As speech language therapists we often work in subjects that people don’t typically connect with language. I had a middle … Continue reading


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School Psych Corner: How Domestic Violence In One Home Affects Every Child In A Class

[Source:  Mind Shift] Part of our NPR Ed series on mental health in schools. Every Monday morning at Harvie Elementary School, in Henrico County, Va., Brett Welch stands outside her office door as kids file in. “The first thing I’m … Continue reading


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Pediatric Therapy Corner: Strategies for Students With Scattered Minds

[Source: Edutopia] Imagine a team without a coach guiding players toward working together to execute a winning strategy. Imagine a company without a leader to make sure that employees across departments are equipped and organized to collaborate on continually improving … Continue reading


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PT Corner: Football Relay

[Source: Pink Oatmeal] It’s hard to believe that football season is just around the corner.  The teams are already in training camps and the news is already reporting on the upcoming season.  Football is a great theme to incorporate into … Continue reading


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School Psych Corner: 6 Myths About Suicide That Every Educator And Parent Should Know

Editor’s Note:  September is National Suicide Prevention Month. Consider sharing this article with the parents/guardians of your clients. [Source:  NPR.org] Every day, thousands of teens attempt suicide in the U.S. — the most extreme outcome for the millions of children … Continue reading


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