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Freud or Betty Crocker: What’s Cooking?

Anna Freud, daughter of Sigmund, was also an influential psychoanalyst and worked predominantly with children who experienced deprivation. She was the first psychologist to recognize the importance of food as a therapeutic tool. 748 more words


Quick Tip: COPS Strategy

Many of my kiddos struggle with self-monitoring. They work quickly and forget to check over their work. As a result, their written work is often chock-full of grammatical errors. 353 more words


Quick Tip: Sticker Charts

Sticker charts are my favorite way to monitor and encourage more positive behavior in my students. It is remarkable how motivating these simple little charts can be, even for older elementary-aged kids. 887 more words



This week I’m going to share with you my favorite iPad apps for language, learning, and executive functioning. Before I get into the list, however, I feel it is my duty as an SLP to provide a quick disclaimer. 1,815 more words


Quick Tip: Using Timers

I am going to tell you about a simple device that can make a huge difference in your life: the timer.

This can be a simple egg timer, the ever-popular and SLP favorite… 430 more words


Embracing the iPad: Technology in Mentoring and Why You Need to Get Over Your Fear of This Deeply Engaging and Massively Useful Tool, Part 2: Organization

For those following along, this is part 2 of a series on iPads and similar devices in teaching, tutoring, and mentoring. I’m going to go out on a limb and say that there is a sort of formula for getting this right. 1,073 more words

I am the Sea of Forgetfulness.

I’m so tired of calamity days.. Working in a school is great, but not so great when I can never go to work.

So here in my stir-crazyness, The things I’ve forgotten in the three hours I’ve been awake: 145 more words