Tag Archives: SLP

SLP Corner: Rigor Shouldn’t Mean Painfully Difficult

[Source:  Chapel Hill Snippets] For those of you involved in education, you know it’s full of lingo, acronyms,  and initiatives. The buzzword in education these days is ‘rigor’. Form the Glossary of Education Reform,  “The term rigor is widely used by … Continue reading


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SLP Corner: Rigor Shouldn’t Mean Painfully Difficult

[Source:  Chapel Hill Snippets] For those of you involved in education, you know it’s full of lingo, acronyms,  and initiatives. The buzzword in education these days is ‘rigor’. Form the Glossary of Education Reform,  “The term rigor is widely used by … Continue reading


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Literacy Corner: 20 Questions/Answers about Dyslexia That Teachers Can Use

[Source:  Reading Rockets] Dyslexia often is confusing for parents and teachers as the manner in which it presents can differ widely among children and youths. Dyslexia can go undetected for a long time, but it is neurologically based, known to … Continue reading


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Resource of the Week: Hearing First

Pediastaff is pleased to share the announcement of a new program and website with a focus on teaching children who are deaf or hard of hearing to listen and talk. Hearing First, an educational endeavor of the Oberkotter Foundation, launched … Continue reading


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App Review: Funny Directions

Review by Jenn Alcorn Wooowwweeeee it’s been a long time since I did an app review!  But I am super excited to share this one with you guys today.  As SLPs, we work on following directions all the time, whether … Continue reading


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