Supporting Diversity in Schools: Implications, Assessment, and Services

ASHA Continuing Education Approved , Professional Tools , SLP Summit , Introductory

This Course is offered for 0.10 ASHA CEUs (Introductory Level, Professional Area)

*This course is now available in the presenter's course library:

http://yguni.com/courses/supporting-diversity-in-schools-implications-assessment-and-services-1

Today's schools are becoming increasingly diverse and SLPs find English language learners, varying SES backgrounds, homeless students, etc. now populate their caseloads. This course will discuss development of diverse student populations, impact on classroom performance, RtI strategies, evaluation, qualification, treatment, and suggestions for supporting and communicating with parents and staff. 



Financial Disclosure

Author of the Sublime Speech blog - receive royalties based on sales of materials, receive items/services for review. Danielle is also the Director of eLearning at YappGuru University.

No non-financial disclosures.

After completing this course, the student will be able to...

  1. Describe the types of diversity found in school populations and its impact on speech/language development.
  2. State a variety of assessment techniques and treatment options for diverse student populations within the school setting.

Course Agenda

5 minutes—Introductions and Disclosures
5 minutes—Overview and Background
20 minutes—Assessment and Collaboration
15 minutes—Treatment and Materials
10 minutes—Research and Articles
5 minutes—Conclusion and Wrap-Up

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