Tag Archives: School-Age

  • Errorless Learning or Learning from our Mistakes?

    Have you heard of “errorless learning”? It is a theory of learning developed by psychologist B. F. Skinner to describe a learning environment that is exactly tailored to the learners needs and level of performance. The term is thrown around in discussions about speech/language therapy to describe the way we scaffold support to allow students… (read more)

  • 3 Tips for Groups with Varied Goals

    This is part of a continuing series of posts on therapy ideas to support assistants (SLPAs) and paraprofessionals in the schools in their work with students and their supervising SLPs. There are times when our groupings of students seem ideal. The students involved may be all from the same class or grade, their temperament and… (read more)

  • Incorporating work on ‘attention’ into your therapy

    This is part of a continuing series of posts on therapy ideas to support assistants (SLPAs) and paraprofessionals in the schools in their work with students and their supervising SLPs. Last month we had a post on the importance of games for preschoolers in the development of the essential skills of executive function, attention, memory,… (read more)

  • How to use all those great Pinterest images

    This is part of a continuing series of posts on therapy ideas to support assistants (SLPAs) and paraprofessionals in the schools in their work with students and their supervising SLPs. I love all the collections of images that have been popping up on Pinterest, but I’ve never really known what to do with them. Similarly,… (read more)