20 Ways for Classroom Teachers to Collaborate With Speech--Language Pathologists

May 2010
Intervention in School & Clinic;May2010, Vol. 45 Issue 5, p333
Academic Journal
The article discuses the 20 practical strategies for the collaboration of speech-language pathologists (SLPs) and classroom teachers to satisfy the needs of every student with disabilities. It mentions that soliciting the support the school administration, time management for a regular meeting, and honesty with SLPs are some practices that can be implemented by teachers and SLP. It mentions that the expertise of teachers and SLPs must be shared to other professional who have different types of experiences to address the issues regarding students' educational set-up. It states that the academic skills of the students can be improved through the interventions of SLPs. It also says that working together is an effective way towards the success of the collaboration.


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