Tag Archives: 22 February 2013

SLP Corner: With a Bit of Grace

by Kim Lewis, M. Ed., CCC-SLP When I was in grad school, our campus clinic saw a high percentage of fluency clients.  One of the clinical supervisors was passionate about this area of our field and, as a result, I … Continue reading


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SLP Corner: With a Bit of Grace

by Kim Lewis, M. Ed., CCC-SLP When I was in grad school, our campus clinic saw a high percentage of fluency clients.  One of the clinical supervisors was passionate about this area of our field and, as a result, I … Continue reading


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Shedding New Light On Infant Brain Development

[Source:  Science Daily] A new study by Columbia Engineering researchers finds that the infant brain does not control its blood flow in the same way as the adult brain. The paper, which the scientists say could change the way researchers … Continue reading


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Worth Repeating: Why Introverts Shouldn’t be Forced to Talk in Class

[Source:  Washington Post] By Katherine Schultz Jessica Lahey, a high school teacher and writer, argues in the Atlantic magazine that introverts should be required to speak in class. She claims that classroom participation grades are not only fair but are … Continue reading


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‘Simplified’ Brain Lets the iCub Robot Learn Language

[Source:  Science Daily] The iCub humanoid robot on which the team directed by Peter Ford Dominey, CNRS Director of Research at Inserm Unit 846* has been working for many years will now be able to understand what is being said … Continue reading


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