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Collaboration Presentation

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Transcript of Collaboration Presentation

Why Collaborate? 6 Skill Sets The Good News
References Faucheux, S. (2004, June). Language Literacy Laboratory: A Collaborative Service Delivery Model. Retrieved March 30, 2010, from http://www.speechpathology.com/

Larson, V. (2007, June). Effective Teambuilding for Professionals. Retrieved March 28, 2010, from http://www.speechpathology.com/articles/article_detail.asp?article_id=319

Larson, V. (2007, July). Being an Effective Team Player for Professional Success: Six Skill
Sets. Retrieved March 28, 2010, from http://www.speechpathology.com/articles/article
_detail.asp ?article_id=323

Olson, J. (2007, August). What About Behavior? Considerations for School Speech-Language
Pathologists. Retrieved March 30, 2010, from http://www.speechpathology.com/articles/ article_ detail.asp?article_id=325

Schraeder, T. (2008). A Guide to School Services in Speech-Language Pathology. San Diego,
CA: Plural Publishing.
Collaboration is FREE!
“If speech language pathologists want to provide services to children in schools, we need to be playing on a team and the team is about literacy (Schuele, 2009).” We love to partner with you
“Collaboration with others is listed as one of the top skills needed for workers in the 21st century (Partnership for 21st century skills, 2009).” "The working definition of a team as a group of individuals who are being organized so they will work together to achieve common goals for which they will collectively share responsibility" Effective Team Building for Professionals
- Vicki Larson Behavior “children with language disorders often have “other educational needs” in the areas of behavior and social skills “that result from the child’s disability” What About Behavior? Considerations for School Speech-Language Pathologists, by Joyce Olson “speech-language pathologists can provide valuable input when analyzing the communicative functions of behavior and designing positive supports including teaching replacement communication behaviors that more appropriately serve the student’s needs” Standardized Tests
GPA time efficient for large caseloads presents the material through a variety of modalities fosters continuous collaboration replace the traditional “pull-out” model of speech-language therapy Language Literacy Laboratory: A Collaborative Service Delivery Model -Susan Faucheux teamwork Team Building .............01............02.................03................................04.................................05.................................06 Systematic Problem Solving Planning & Goal Setting Conflict Resolution
Effective Team Meeting Participation Being an Effective Team Player for Professional Success: Six Skill Sets
- Vicki Larson “Collaboration builds successful teams; successful teams lead to student progress; student progress leads to team success (Ridge & Vogel).” Collaboration in Schools What you will learn:
Provide SLPs with the curriculum tools and guidelines to promote the shared goal of improving language skills (Loeb & Daniels, 2009).
The importance of collaborating with other professsionals in the school setting
Methods and strategies to use when collaborating with other professionals
Guidelines for intervention targets that speech-language pathologists can use for students with social and behavior issues

Use your resources! lesson plans are coordinated with unit of study meet school & state standards
SLP provides lesson plan goals are discussed in IEP SLP provides a grade Tips for successful collaboration Benefits standardized test scores increased 10 pts
grade point averages increased from 1.63 to 2.00 Collaboration in the Lab O W e 0 : . . ) w w That's All Folks! Just remember... “We must become the change we seek in the world.” -Ghandi
By Julianna Putman & Kelsey Root

Collaboration is everything decrease in inappropriate behaviors during class
improved student performance increased student motivation improved self-concepts
increased collaboration between faculty members Guidelines for Intervention Targets
Focus Instruction on skills that will make the most difference to students succss Vocabulary of feelings
Language of the classroom
Learning to listen uses language to identify, label and express needs, wants and feelings
uses langauage to describe and interpret emotions of self and others
uses language to recognize, self-regulate, and integrate emotions Target instruction to the developmental level of the student Include a family component
Goal - develop one friendship with a positive peer
3 critical aspects of collaboration putting people together to do work
having an overall common purpose
being mutually accountable Limited planning time
Lack of language-based curricula that promote grade-level standards as well as the language needs of the children in the classroom.
selecting service providers IEP & PLAAFP Barriers of collaboration: Interpersonal Communication Group Decision Making
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