40 years as Speech-Language Pathologist in public/private schools in 3 different states, as well as private practice. 20 years experience supervising SLP interns and CFYs, and mentoring grad students. 7 years educational technology trainer. Host of website www.4gaslps.org . App beta-tester and reviewer. Educational consultant, author, and guest blogger.
I set high expectations, and give the students the tools they need to achieve them. I specialize in integrating technology into even the most mundane of learning tasks to truly individualize learning.
1990 - Excellence in Teaching award, High Point Elem School, Pinnellas County, FL. 1991 - Nominated as outstanding teacher of special ed students for Pinellas County School District, FL. 1994 - Entered in Who's Who in American Education. 1994 - Honorable Mention for Pinellas County Elementary Health and Science Fair class projects (for my PreK science project). 2007 - Invited to join National Scholars Honor Society sponsored by Magna-Cum-Laude.org 2013 - Exemplary SLP of the Year award, Georgia Organization of School Speech-Language Pathologists
Ed.S. in Educational Leadership/Educational Technology, Northwestern University, Louisiana, 2007. M.Ed. in Educational Leadership, University of South Florida, 1991. M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology, Undeclared Minor in Learning Disabilities, University of South Florida, 1982.
I have been using the free app TinyTap for several years to create interactive lessons for my students. You can check them out on the TinyTap website at http://www.tinytap.it/community/profile/ewslp1/ My current website, www.4gaslps.org, is a site full of free and inexpensive resources for SLPs working with young children, especially in the schools.
English Language Arts, Grammar, Vocabulary, Specialty, Math, Graphing, Special Education, EFL - ESL - ELD, Other (ELA), Literature, Instructional Technology, Oral Communication, Holidays/Seasonal, Thanksgiving, Christmas/ Chanukah/ Kwanzaa, Autumn, Halloween, Speech Therapy, Winter, For All Subjects