Classroom Aggression

December 10, 2010 BY Sharon Soliday, CCC-SLP

Ah, the trials and tribulations of working with preschoolers! Stephanie Bruno discusses how children that throw tantrums, throw toys and punches for that matter, directly impacts the work a speech pathologist does in early intervention classrooms.

Through the years, whenever I conducted either one-on-one or very small group therapy sessions in my little speech room, I very rarely was confronted with aggressive students. I guess because I had more control over the atmosphere and could structure my lessons in a way that worked for individual children.

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Early Intervention Speech Therapy

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