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Does formal assessment of comprehension by SLP agree with teachers perceptions of functional comprehension skills in the classroom?
This study considered collaborative practice in contributing to joint assessment and producing appropriate referral of children to speech and language therapy. The findings suggest that teachers can fairly accurately identify the level of children’s functioning from informal observations, and these … Continue reading
The authors of this study propose a survey design survey design approach that encourages researchers to consider how they can design and implement surveys more effectively using the latest web and database tools. The authors illustrate the potential of this … Continue reading
A unique partnership between the Washington State Center for Childhood Deafness and Hearing Loss (formerly the Washington School for the Deaf) and Listen and Talk created to help local, school-based teams effectively provide services to students with a hearing loss … Continue reading