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I am a classroom self contained teacher. I would like to have more ideas on what I can implement in my classroom for my speech impaired students.
I would like to see more review of apps and how to integrate apps with therapy. I am looking for the right balance of using the Ipad and traditional therapy materials.
Hey, this sounds great. Thanks for sharing. I agree with Patti’s comment about integrating the iPad into therapy.
Ditto the comments about IPads in therapy. Also looking for new ideas to teach categories.
I would like ideas on wh comprehension! Love your site! Just found it last week!
Courtney Decker says
Thank you so much for sharing your creative edge! I appreciate reading your blog and gaining insight and ideas that I never would have discovered on my own. I was through some interactive adaptive books that I have downloaded/purchased over time, and was curious if there was a way to adapt other stories in more of an interactive format. I suppose my need for information is similar to J-9; however, it isn’t the implementation portion, it is the materials. I have students in a self-contained classroom now, and it is really a matter of adapting the materials more than anything. I have utilized an adaptive book and had the students match pictures, utilize a switch such as a Big Mac when their is a common phrase such as “Who lives in the ocean?” and then a Cheap Talk for voice output of the items in the ocean, but I tend to think very narrow minded. When I think of books like “Brown Bear Brown Bear” or “There was an old lady….” books, I tend to wonder if a similar concept could be created in an adaptive book form for those who struggle with attention or who need that hand over hand piece.
Again, thank you so much for your willingness to share what you create. I know the value of time and as a speech-language pathologist, I also know that we do not have much of it!
I would like to see your collection of goals addressing language in the area of vocabulary for elementary aged students. I know that’s way more than one goal but would love to see the most common ones you use. 🙂
Hi Jenna, could you integrate some ideas for auditory comprehension? Thanks for another giveaway!
Mrs. Plum says
I would really like to see more about ELLs! I am headed to an area with a high incidence of ELLs and really need to focus on that for professional development!
Shannon Giles says
I would like to see posts on inferential questions …any great materials to reference for this?
Hi, any information about using iPads in therapy with groups, data collection forms/methods, and vocabulary goals. I really enjoy your blog!
Kristin Cummings, M.S., CCC/SLP says
This would be great for all therapy sessions! Being small and compact would make it ideal for toting around private therapy sessions too. Ooh great for classroom observations and data days too!!
Ideas on phonological awareness. Also, any ideas on going into the pre-k, kinder, 1st grade classrooms to increase/support phonlogical awareness skills.
What a great resource this is! I would love to see more of your preK ideas for language using literacy based intervention!
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Love this review! I wouldn’t mind seeing how you connect with people who ask you to do all the product reviews 🙂 I’d love to do the same!
I would like to see a post about fluency 🙂 thanks for the giveaway!
I would love to see some activities that target phonemic and phonological awareness. I also would love to know if you have any ideas for language activities for middle schoolers. I just lack ideas for working with those older students, so I would love some inspiration!
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Ruth Morgan says
all of the above, but you continue to amaze me!
I am always looking for ways to stay better organized, I get lost in gobs of paper..love your blog, thanks for sharing great ideas
Ideas for incorporating curriculum related vocabulary into therapy would be great. Thank you!!
Yes! This is one of the areas I have struggled with all school year!
SLP in Schools says
I love your Blog and have used many of your ideas. Thank you so much for sharing!! I would love to see more materials for narrative development. Thanks also for the giveaway, I sure could use one of those recorders.
I would love some ideas for creating summer speech homework packets. I’ve had a few parents ask for them, and especially want to create some for my preschoolers. How detailed and varied should they be? I plan to create a list of websites, but want to include some paper packets also. Ideas? Love your blog!
Mrs. Wells says
I would love to see some ideas for summer packets as well. It would be great to have students continue working on skills over their break.
I love your blog…you have such great ideas! I would like to see activities/information for social thinking and perspective taking. Homework ideas/printables for articulation and language are also an area that is always appreciated. Thanks so much!!
I would also love ideas on how to incorporate curriculum-based vocab into sessions or anything about the Common Core Standards! Thank you!!
I love all your wonderful ideas and materials–I can really use ideas and resources for older children, particularly social stories and figurative language activities.
Elizabeth Ann says
I would love to see some more fun question activities at a reasonable price. Thanks for all the great reviews of apps and products!
I’m always looking for ideas when working with kids with cochlear implants
Jen K says
I’m not exactly sure what I’d like to see, but I know that I need to go back to your past articles and see more of those. I’ve only known of your blog for about 2 months. Love everything I’ve seen so far.
Lisa E. says
Jenna – you inspire me! Thanks so much for all you do!
Lisa E. says
I would love to see ideas tied to children’s literature, and maybe even some ideas for writing IEP goals!
I love the language activities! I am an ESOL teacher, and your creative literature activities are wonderful!! Thanks for sharing! I am interested in any language activities aligned to Common Core Standards.
I am just starting as an SLP and I would live to see ideas about IEP goal writing and anything about language.
Rand and Tracy says
I love your language ideas. You are great! I am an SLP who works part time in the schools, part time at home (tele-health) and part time traveling. I can always find something valid. THanks for the give away!
Do you have a goal bank?
I would love to see more about how you integrate the IPAD into therapy. I love your posts on Pinterest and on Facebook! Thanks for all the creative ideas!!
You are amazing! Thank you for all of your creative ideas. I am always looking for group activities that target multiple language goals.
Evans Family says
Thanks for all your fun ideas! Would love to see more ideas for older students. Thanks!
Rachel Smith says
I’d love to see more posts related to breath control – thanks! You do awesome work!!
You are truly inspirational. You have motivated me to get my creative juices flowing again! Common Core Standards – goals and collaboration ideas.
I love all the therapy ideas and the new product updates that you share. I work closely with my school’s preschool and special ed teachers, and our focus has been on story retell. I would appreciate any ideas to use with storybooks, as well as children’s books you really like. Thank you!
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I would like to see your collection of goals/objectives addressing in the area of curriculum-based vocabulary for elementary aged students. Thanks for offering this giveaway.
Jill E, SLP says
Thank you for sharing all of your creative and wonderful ideas! I am just finishing up my CF and am always looking for ways to improve my goal writing. Any ideas on how to do that would be much appreciated! 🙂
I love your blog! I would love to have some new ideas for working with pronouns.
Thank you for the wonderful blog. I would love more ideas on syntax (word order) with young children.
I always learn something new when I visit your website. You have the most creative and amazing ideas. One helpful idea might be to add a goal and objective database based on the national standards. Most states, including mine, will bee adopting those standards and it would be great to have a one-stop-shop to access ideas.
I love your materials and tips. Thanks a lot !
I would like more goals dealing with following directions.
Miss Michelle says
I am a teacher of the deaf and hard of hearing with a undergrad degree in communication disorders. I would like to see more activites which address following directions or listening activities. THANKS!
Your blog is so awesome already…it is hard to say. I guess I could use some fresh ideas on how to make social language groups more fun. Out of all my kiddies, they are the ones that get the least “game-time” fun. Thanks for the awesome giveaway!
Melissa C. says
I would love more ideas for preschoolers; maybe something for articulation or titles of books with manipulatives. I am used to working with older kiddos, and have recently gotten some preschoolers on my caseload. 🙂
I love your blog Jenna! Everything you do helps!
I second the requests for fluency tx and summer packet ideas :0)
I love all the ideas posted since I’ve discovered the Speech Room News. Summer Packet or activities would be helpful!
What a great giveaway! I would like to see all your followers and yourself put together a list of common goals and objectives!
Quilt'n Frenzy says
I have never seen this device. Thanks for sharing!
Quilt'n Frenzy says
I would love some ideas for summer packets. The ones I have are getting old–I need something new and exciting!
I would love to hear more about what you work on with your students with hearing impairments. Currently I am working on Spring concert songs. Thanks Jenna!
I would love to see more activities relating to literature units that tie into the curriculum. Thanks!
I am currently working with a student who just recieved a cochlear implant……any cool ideas for him….he is only 3!!!!!! Annie
Thanks for sharing your creativity!!
I love your site and am in awe of your creativity! Thanks for always generously sharing. I would love to see more language/literature activities to use with a large group (e.g. 6-14 kids) of preschool kiddos. Thanks!!!!
Love your blog! I’d like to see more ideas for addressing language using literature, especially for upper elementary students.
You are so incredibly talented and creative! I would love to her of any ideas you might have with involving parents in therapy and if you have any great ways of showing parents progress! Thanks for all you do!
I think the ideas you share are great! I would like you to continue reviewing apps to use for therapy.
I would love to see ideas on how to teach pronouns!
Karen Parden says
I would love some oral-motor resources!
Sarah Jackson says
I would love to see functional therapy ideas for lower functioning adolescents with Autism. Love your blog, by the way!!! I wish I had just a touch of your creativity!
I would love to see how you do RtI~
I would love to see more of your preschool language ideas.
Thank you for all the opportunties you provide to win really neat and handy products for therapy! I feel the need for more pragmatic therapy ideas when working with Asperger students! If you have some time to provide some of your great ideas, It would be very much appreciated!
I agree with curriculum vocabulary,
I’d like to hear about RTI at your school and if you have a role, what goals do you have?
Miss Cheryl says
I love ideas for activities that can be adapted for both artic and language goals. I made a “Bazinga” board and my students are LOVING it!! Thanks for all the wonderful ideas!!
I would love to see language ideas for older students (upper elementary+)
I would love to see what you do for /r/…it’s so challenging!
I would love to see ideas for phonological awareness!
I would love creative ways to teach pronouns!! 🙂
I would love more language based units for preschool students!
I would love to see how you teach pronouns. I’m struggling a little bit with this (probably because it is one of a billion goals some of my students have). Also, if you use cycles with any child, I would love to see fun, creative things to do with them to get those certain words out of them. :]
I’ve become addicted to speech room news. I check in several times per week and always find something new. I have adopted your Dollar Challenge. The kids are loving it. They challenge themselves to see how many words or sentences they can make and don’t even ask to play a game.
I would love to get more ideas on pragmatics!