In 40 years since graduation, I've covered the gamut: public school speech pathology, University faculty, clinic supervision, education consulting, software development, assessment development, publication consultant, author, presenter, and materials developer. I have two current goals. One goal is to help make articulation therapy easier and more efficient for SLPs. The other focus is getting information on language development and intervention into the hands of classroom teachers, our front line warriors in the battle against childhood impoverished circumstances. My most recent book is Preparing for Success: meeting the language and learning needs of young children from poverty homes. Currenlty, I'm working on the sequel. Some possibly useful (but old) articles are available in ERIC. Just search "syndactics."
When you create the right environment, you really can't stop learning from happening.
Co-author of "How to use Reproducible Illustrations in Languge Remediation," named in ASHA magazine as one of ten top books on language therapy. Author of six Library of Speech Pathology Main Selections.
BA, 1967, University of Missouri at Kansas City MA, 1970, University of Iowa Ed.D., 1994, Arizona State University
I love the daily challenges of classroom consulting as well as speech therapy.