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Conversation skills can be very difficult to teach to student with social learning challenges. This game is a helpful tool in teaching some basic skills in conversation. It is ideal for students who are already able to formulate simple questions and
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These conversation dice are sure to get your students talking! Print, fold, glue and you're ready to go! Teach your students basic questions to get a conversation going such as "What's your favorite color?" "Where do you go out to eat?" and "Who is
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Teach this basic sorting task as part of a functional life skills lesson. Some related activities could include finding additional or similar items in a newspaper sales on, on the internet, or within the school/home environment.
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Here is a basic sorting activity that could be used with pre-k, kindergarten, or special education populations. The pictures are line drawings that would be acceptable to use with older student populations who are working on functional skills.
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Help Larry the Leprechaun find food items and have fun with reading! This is a simple adapted book that targets following directions, understanding descriptors, and basic food vocabulary. Have your students hold onto the pieces to practice waiting
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Adapted and interactive books are a great literacy tool for students with disabilities. This book will certainly help your students to attend while learning spring and core vocabulary. I am always looking to tie literacy and core vocabulary into as
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Use these dice to help students practice production of speech sounds at the syllable level. Practicing specific syllable shapes as well as varied vowel sounds is especially helpful in developing intelligible speech in children with apraxia of
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This is a basic sorting task to teach students about land and water animals.
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This adapted book focuses on the core words: I, like, yes, no, and you. It helps to teach asking yes/no questions as well as familiarize students with animal vocabulary.
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This is a great song to use to get a small or large group of children ready to listen. It is appropriate for early childhood through 1st grade age groups. As a speech-language pathologist I have also used this with one on one sessions with children.
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Many of my student benefit from participating in matching tasks. Some are still learning to match, while others have mastered the skill of matching but benefit from using the tasks as a bell ringer activity to get warmed up. This matching task is
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have worked as a speech-language pathologist in the public schools since 2006. This includes work with students in preschool, grade school, high school and vocational programs. In addition, I have also worked in Early Intervention, private practice, home based therapy, and skilled nursing facilities. The bulk of my caseload has been work with students with signifiant communication challenges including autism, Down Syndrome, intellectual disability, cerebral palsy, and apraxia. I have trained extensively in AAC, and am always looking to further my knowledge in this and other areas.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I like to say that I like to put the FUN in functional. This means that I always try to find the functionality in the tasks and activities my students engage in within the school environment. This also means that whenever these tasks can be taught in a fun and/or playful manner, I will take the opportunity. My students always seem to learn more when they are laughing, smiling, and/or feeling proud of their accomplishments.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I have won two American Speech-Language Hearing Association Continuing Education Awards.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I graduated from Elmhurst College with a BA in Speech-Language Pathology. I obtained my Master of Arts in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Northwestern University.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I am the daughter of two teachers! My father is a retired ESL teacher and my mother is currently 3rd grade teacher. My older sister is also a teacher! Therefore, I'm constantly surrounded by lots of great ideas to help teach. In my free time I enjoy practicing yoga. I have attended trainings to share yoga with my students with disabilities, and have incorporated yoga into my therapy sessions when possible.

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