How to get your students to write essays that actually make sense

How to get your students to write essays that actually make sense

If you keep reading, you’re going to learn how to help your students with language impairments who can’t write cohesive...

Semantic Feature Analysis for Adjectives

Recently I’ve been getting a lot of questions about semantic feature analysis. What is that, exactly? Keep reading to find...

The “Magic Bullet” for Language Therapy

The “Magic Bullet” for Language Therapy

Have you ever said to yourself, “I wish I could just find that magic bullet that would solve all of...

What do an SLP and a naked mole rat have in common?

What do an SLP and a naked mole rat have in common?

Apparently, more that you realize. The naked mole rat has been described as “weird”, but “hardy”.  They’ve also been said...

Wednesday Facts, Figures, and Research

Wednesday Facts, Figures, and Research

This post is a continuous list of facts, figures, research, and practical solutions for SLPs treating students with language disorders....

Am I the worst SLP in the world?

Am I the worst SLP in the world?

I NEVER wanted to take a job as a school SLP. When I first took my school-aged language disorders course,...

Let’s focus on what matters

If you work with kids, it can sometimes feel like we have too many factors out of our control. For...

What is school for?

What is school for?

Do you ever notice that these days we’re all about alignment, employee evaluations, fitting the mold, and doing what we’re...

SLPs and Literacy: What the heck are we supposed to be doing?

Even though I don’t like to admit it, there have been times throughout my career that I’ve felt totally lost...

Special Series: 25 Days of Literacy

Special Series: 25 Days of Literacy

Do you ever have days when you feel totally isolated and all alone as an SLP? The teachers tend to form...

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