SLP smartpen Applications

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  • SLP = Speech and Language Pathologist

Key Ideas

  1. Bring recorded conversations of a student to referral meetings to document suspected speech difficulties for the team to review.
  2. Create articulation practice sheets, language development sheets, or customized communication boards.
  3. Have students record their practice sessions directly on the dot paper to document their progress.


Pages from Livescribe K-12 Education Ideas Book

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  1. SLP Page (p. 13).pdf
  2. AAC Devices (p. 19).pdf
  3. Audio Study Guides (p. 17).pdf
  4. Reading Fluency - Running Records (p. 8).pdf

Topics

  1. Articulation Practice

    1. Blog post with video: New blog Old blog (Opens in new window/tab)
    2. Print on Livescribe Dot paper: Speech-Language Therapy - Articulation Practice Sheet.pdf
    3. Video: YouTube (Opens in new window or tab)
  2. Audio-Enabled Phoneme Blending

    1. Blog post with video: New blog Old blog (Opens in new window/tab)
    2. Video: YouTube (Opens in new window or tab)
  3. Language Development

    1. Print on Livescribe Dot paper: Speech-Language Therapy - Language Development Sheet.pdf

  4. AAC

    1. Based on work by Dr. Andrew Van Schaack of Vanderbilt University.
    2. See
      1. Pages 12-15 of his Livescribe K-12 Research Report or
      2. Augmentative Communication:A Low-Cost and Lightweight Communication Device with Natural Speech
      3. From Livescribe K-12 Education Ideas Book: AAC Devices Page (p. 19).pdf

  5. AAC with pictures
    1. Blog post with video: New blog Old blog
    2. Print on Livescribe Dot paper: AAC_Page_with_Pictures.pdf
    3. Video: YouTubeScreencast.com (if YouTube is blocked - Includes a link to download file)

  6. AAC with words, phrases, keyboard
    1. Blog post with video: New blog Old blog
    2. Print on Livescribe Dot paper: [[@file/view/Livescribe-Enabled-AAC-Page-with-words-phrases.doc|Livescribe-Enabled-AAC-Page-with-words-phrases.doc]]
      1. Print this Word doc on a page of 8 1/2″ x 11″ Livescribe paper carefully torn from a Livescribe notebook.
      2. Use a 1″ margin at top and a 1.5″ margin on the left.
    3. Video: YouTubeScreencast.com (if YouTube is blocked - Includes a link to download file)

Related Links

  1. Wikipedia article: Speech and Language Pathology in School Setting