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"Be-Attitudes" for Managing Change in School-Based Practice Last in a Four-Part Series on Educational Leadership

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"Be-Attitudes" for Managing Change in School-Based Practice
Last in a Four-Part Series on Educational Leadership


Wolf Nelson, N. (2007, June 19). The ASHA Leader.

Although many questions remain, there is no doubt that the role of today's school-based SLP requires attention to language and communication abilities across modalities, language levels, and contexts. Working across modalities means addressing language development in reading and writing as well as in listening and speaking (ASHA, 2001). It also means doing so in a way that promotes integration and use of knowledge in one modality to support learning in another. Working across language levels means giving attention to sounds, words, sentences, and discourse-level units of communication.

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