Communication skills are essential for school-age children who are developing language critical to cognitive development and learning. Reading, writing, listening, and speaking are all forms of language at the heart of the classroom experience. This interactive session is intended to examine and explain speech and language impairments encountered in a classroom setting and offer solutions and ideas to help these students succeed. Participants will be provided with lesson planning support, ideas for student differentiation, and more!
Participants will walk away with…
- an understanding of what it means to have a speech and language difference/impairment
- knowledge of service delivery areas for speech and language pathologists
- specific guidance and tips for breaking down barriers to learning and supporting students with speech and language differences/impairments
- tips and applicable case studies for incorporating speech and language goals in the classroom
Presenter: Sarah Schneider