The Helpful List of Student Strengths and Weaknesses for IEP Writing

The Helpful List of Student Strengths and Weaknesses for IEP Writing

Are you a speech-language pathologist or intervention specialist looking for a list of student strengths and weaknesses for IEP writing? Speech-language pathologists and special education teachers are two examples of professionals who are responsible for the IEP writing process and iep paperwork. Writing an effective IEP is important- but not easy. This blog post provides…

6 Amazing Category Activities for Speech Therapy
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6 Amazing Category Activities for Speech Therapy

Speech-language pathologists are often on the lookout for category activities for speech therapy. That’s because targeting categorization skills in speech and language therapy is a great way to help both younger and older students learn new vocabulary, organize new information, and increase language comprehension skills. Speech therapy students with language disorders often benefit from working…

30 Vocabulary Goals for Speech Therapy (Based on Research)

30 Vocabulary Goals for Speech Therapy (Based on Research)

Need some ideas for vocabulary goals for speech therapy? If you’re feeling stuck, keep on reading! In this post, I’ll provide some suggestions you could use for writing iep goals for vocabulary and semantics. This blog post provides a list of vocabulary-based iep goals that should be modified for each individual student. They can serve…

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Speech Therapy Goals for 4th and 5th Graders

Are you trying to write speech therapy goals for your 4th and 5th grade elementary students and feeling stuck? No worries! In this blog post, I’ll dig deep and discuss some of the most important areas that I like to treat (hint, a lot of these areas involve expressive language and articulation), and I’ll also…