Friday, January 11, 2013

Tips for Teachers

Many of the teachers I work with often ask for tips or strategies that they can do in the classroom to help their language disordered students.  I always respond with a hearty "Absolutely!"  It makes me happy when teachers respect me and my profession enough to ask for my thoughts about something.

Now, obviously each child is different, and every strategy may not work for all.  However, I do have a "tip sheet" that I give to my teachers as general strategies they can use.  It's mostly to give teachers a starting point and some ideas to try, in case they aren't already doing them.  I'm in the process of developing some more in depth tip sheets broken down by different disorders.  

In the mean time, I'll just stick with this handout.  Here is what it looks like:

Maybe your teachers can use this too.  You can grab it for free HERE.  Please leave a comment if you download!  :) 

Happy Friday, everyone!  


  1. I am so glad I found this post! I am not only going to use this for teachers with speech kids; I am going to include it in my new RTI manual for teachers. Thanks for sharing!

    1. So glad you could use this, Deidre! Thanks for the feedback! And I'd LOVE to hear more about this RTI manual for teachers! ;)


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