Saturday, May 2, 2015

Favorite Posts of the Month: April

Monthly Linky
After I read Playing with Words 365's post Fall and Halloween Speech and Language Roundup, I decided to start writing monthly posts on my favorite blog posts that I read throughout the month. This is mainly so I can remember the posts that I read that had great ideas in therapy. I wasn't sure where I could store them so I'd have them at my fingertips, and then I thought that maybe other SLPs would like to have them as well. 
Sparklle SLP suggested this become a monthly linky, so Favorite Posts of the Month Linky was born. Let's keep it simple: Post no more than 5 of your favorite posts that you read over the past month. Feel free to use the graphic that's at the top of this post and on my sidebar: right click, choose "copy", and then "paste" into your post. Don't forget to link back to my post! The hardest part will be limiting it to 5 posts!

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I'm always looking for goals so I don't have to think too hard! On 23 April, Carole Zangori pusblished a post doing just that: More Praactical AAC Goals That Matter. There will still be a little bit of thinking involved (turning those goals into Smart Goals), but isn't it the idea of Smart Goals that they be individualized?
I loved Annie's post on Say it With Tats! If you haven't read it yet, don't think Annie's gone all crazy on us and has gotten a lot of tats!
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Allison's Speech Peeps had a wonderful article on The Benefits of Taking an SLP Student {From Both Sides}.  Without going into a lot of detail, let me just say that I swore off of taking grad students after my last 2 were less than stellar (ahem). Nicole (and her intern) give me the encouragement to try again. (But if this one doesn't work out...I'm totally and completely DONE!)

Another one by Doyle Speech Works: Cut to the Chase. I absolutely love reading Annie's posts...you can tell she writes each and every post from the heart.

What are your favorite posts of the month?

1 comment:

  1. I just signed up for the PrAACtical AAC blog. I often use the site for info and help, but hadn't signed up for the blog. This is an amazing post. Thanks for the heads up and the kind words!

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