SIG 16 Perspectives Vol. 12, No. 4, December 2011
This issue of Perspectives focuses on different ways SLPs collaborate in the school setting and on the important role SLPs play in helping children with language disabilities understand the language complexities of standards-based assessments. As the needs of children we serve become more diverse, SLPs necessarily come into contact with a wider variety of school professionals in their service to these children.
You will be able to:
- Recognize their role in preventing relational bullying.
- Identify the different types of bullying children may experience in school.
- Apply learning strategies that help children understand the language of testing.
- Give examples of ways a summer literacy camp prepared preservice SLP graduate students to provide intervention in written language with school-aged children.
- Explain how a radio interviewing program improved the social communication skills of children with autism.
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