SLP Corner: Progress Monitoring Resources for Speech-Language Therapy
[Source: Doyle Speech Works]
About a two months ago (hard to believe) I was considering some new goals for a middle school student. I was feeling at a loss in terms of what I could use to monitor present levels. I have some tools that are quite effective, (my freebies are here and here) but I wanted to progress monitor his word finding skills and what I created just didn’t cut the muster. I also have some progress monitoring tools I purchased and truth be told, I’m not thrilled with them. So what to use?
I remembered some books that I used to use ALL. THE. TIME. When new materials become available my tried and true resources get relegated to the back of the cabinet. How sad! As I considered what I had available, I pulled out these materials that are perfect for
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