What are some strategies to help you have difficult conversations with graduate clinicians? For example, if the student is continuing bad habits when writing SOAP notes or if they are constantly showing up late? I understand grad school grades above a C are important...I'm happy to hear any stories!
Having Difficult Conversations with Clinicians
Praxis Prep Question! Issues in Professional Practice
It's time for another Praxis Prep Question!
Define "least restrictive environment" as outlined in IDEA.
a) Providing minimal support for students with disabilities
b) Placing students in a segregated special education environment
c) Ensuring students with disabilities have access to general education settings
d) Restricting access to educational resources for students with disabilities
Administration and Supervision Roles in SLP?
What are the top Admin and Supervision roles we can have as SLPs?
One way to be culturally responsive is to assess where you fall on the Rosenthal Effect scale. The Rosenthal Effect (aka Pygmalion Effect) discusses the power of expectations. This weekend in my 1-hour ASHA seminar, I explained how our implicit biases and expectations of different cultures impacts their progress in treatment. You can check out the theory here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hbhwlRRW_3o
My graduate program tells me I will get answers wrong if I "mispronounce" the word, "Dysphagia." I've been pronouncing the word as "dis-fah-juh." But I've heard people pronounce as "dis-fay-juh."
I'd like to know your thoughts on this? And why my graduate program would make such a big deal out of this
How can we stop perpetuating the school-to-prison pipeline from a neurodiversity perspective?
I am excited to collaborate with more SLPs on this topic! Details coming soon. In the meantime, check out this article on how we can collectively stop the school to prison pipeline:
Pronouns and Cultural Responsiveness?
I'm a graduate student and had a situation where I picked up the wrong child (thinking they were a girl), and their paperwork says they are a boy. What would be the culturally appropriate way to address this situation?
I'm so excited to see all of these aspiring speech pathologists on the site! Be sure to join the Q&A boards to help you get through clinicals!
"Praxis® mistake #3: Engaging in Negative Self-Talk! Often times when we’re pressured or stressed, It’s easy to lose sight of how AMAZING you are. Take hold of self-sabotaging thoughts and remind yourself you are right where you’re meant to be.
Be sure to tell your favorite Praxis® prepper!"
Praxis® mistake #2: You’re “Winging It”! We’ve ALL been guilty of this. In fact, it’s even natural for us to “wing it” with our session activities! However, “winging it” is not recommended for your professional certification exam.
Be sure to tell your favorite Praxis® prepper!