In January, 60 or so specialist SLCN teachers met online to talk about how they support their students. The three themes were auditory memory, narrative and social, emotional and mental health (SEMH). The links lead to summaries from the breakout room discussions. They reflect individuals’ practice, and are not endorsed by NAPLIC. Worth a look, as there is lots to ponder.
An online CPD event with eight speakers presenting lightning talks was held on 11/7/20. Together the presenters showed the diversity of the approaches that speech and language therapists and SLCN specialist teachers are using to respond to the pandemic. Also the NAPLIC AGM at the end.
Click here for the link to the documents including the recording. The CPD element is about 1 hour and 30 minutes long.
Elena Loraine: Capturing changes to paediatric Speech and Language Therapy due to covid-19 measures
Carolyn Gelenter: Student voice and transitions during the pandemic
Emma Jordan: Joint working with schools during the pandemic
Mandy Hill: Recovery Conversations: how can we support our SLCN and DLD children?
Sarah Olulode: Developing secondary students’ oracy through remote discussion
Rafiah Badat: Mind maps apps for remote vocabulary therapy
Jenny Jarvis: Can You See My Voice? Aiding Early Years Communication
Fiona Collins: ‘Even the smallest actions are steps in the right direction’ – developing practice with the DLD friendly audit
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