The 4 most commonly recommended strategies for teachers were found via searches of electronic databases and personal libraries of the authors. The peer-reviewed evidence for each recommendation was subsequently located and detailed. There are varying amounts of evidence for the 4 recommended teacher strategies outside of the classroom, but there are no data for 2 of the strategies, and minimal data for the others, in a classroom setting. That is, there is virtually no evidence regarding whether or not the actions put forth influence, for example, stuttering frequency, stuttering severity, participation, or the social, emotional, and cognitive components of stuttering in the classroom.
Davidow, Jason H., Zaroogian, Lisa, and Garcia-Barrera, Mauricio A. (2016). Strategies for teachers to manage stuttering in the classroom: A call for research. Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools. doi:10.1044/2016_LSHSS-15-0057