Pediatric Therapy Corner: 10 Things Every (SLP) Graduate Student Should Do In Their Internships
Editor’s Note: This article was written specifically for SLP grad students but is great reading and applicable to all our graduate student readers!
[Source: The Dabbling Speechie]
You are finally at the place in your speech pathology program where you get to start your SLP graduate internship! It is well deserved and you are ready to apply all the learning into real life application.
For many SLP graduate students, I am sure there is a mix of excitement and nervousness surrounding your internships. You can’t wait to work with students, but worry about knowing how to manage therapy groups, and plan lessons for multiple goals. You’re wondering, Will the students like me? What if my lesson are boring?
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