Ebscohost's Speech-Language Pathological Summary

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This article was sent to me by my professor, Dr. Conradi, and is also available using EBSCOhost. This article was reader friendly and introduces a speech-language pathologist (SLP) who is using multiple inclusion models in the elementary school to work with classroom teachers to provide in-class services to her speech-language students. The article shows how flexible and willing the SLP is to come in the classroom and provided services to her students. Then the flipside is presented as the SLP is reflecting on her practices and realizes that perhaps this is not the best way to provide instruction to her students. In one situation she is a co-teacher and in the other situation she is more of a teacher’s aide. Neither of these roles are taking
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