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Reflective Practice in Speech-Language Pathology – Relevance for Practice and Education

The authors of this paper seek to consider how reflective practice is relevant to contemporary speech-language pathology practice. Drawing on comprehensive and diverse theoretical literature, it is suggested that reflective practice is a framework worthy of consideration because of its … Continue reading

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Enhancing the Therapy Experience Using Principles of Video Game Design

This article considers the potential benefits that applying design principles from contemporary video games may have on enhancing therapy experiences. Six principles of video game design are presented and their relevance for enriching clinical experiences is discussed. The motivational and … Continue reading

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“Minute to Win It”: Using Elevator Speeches to Advocate in Educational Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology

Elevator speeches, or brief talks in which individuals pitch an idea, sell a solution to a problem, or raise awareness of an issue, have gained increasing popularity within the business world. While school-based professionals may not view themselves as having … Continue reading

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Contributing Factors of Success in Speech Fluency Therapy

The author discusses twelve success factors for fluency therapy. The discussion involved and SLP perspectives, and included: understanding the disorder, positive view about the disorder, motivation, SLP trust, passion for working with fluency clients, SLP-provided motivation, client independence, emotional aspect … Continue reading

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A Field Study of Telepractice for School Intervention Using the ASHA NOMS K-12 Database

This article describes the characteristics and effectiveness of a telepractice speech-language therapy program for school-age children. The telepractice service delivery model was effective for most students included in the study. Gabel, Rodney, Grogan-Johnson, Sue, Alvares, Robin, Bechstein, Leah, and Taylor, … Continue reading

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Incorporating video modeling into a school-based intervention for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders

The 5 overarching procedural phases presented in this tutorial are (a) preparation, (b) recording of the video model, (c) implementation of the video modeling intervention, (d) monitoring of the student’s response to the intervention, and (e) planning of the next … Continue reading

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