Administration of a Literacy-Based Curriculum by Teacher and SLP Teams A literacy-based language curriculum for Native American and Hispanic American children was jointly administered by four speech-language pathologist (SLP) and teacher teams. Analyses indicated that teachers, when trained and provided with structured lessons, were able to co-administer a curriculum designed to improve language and literacy skills in the classroom. ... Article
Article  |   October 01, 2009
Administration of a Literacy-Based Curriculum by Teacher and SLP Teams
Author Affiliations & Notes
  • Diane Frome Loeb
    The Intercampus Program of Communicative Disorders, The University of Kansas
  • Debora Burns Daniels
    The Intercampus Program of Communicative Disorders, The University of Kansas
  • This research was supported by a grant from the Institute of Education Sciences, Department of Education, Award Number R324L060012. We would like to express our thanks to the children, their families, the teachers, and the SLPs who participated in this study. We also would like to extend our gratitude to Jayne Brandel, Kathy Redbird, and Veronica Fierro. We thank the students who assisted with the fidelity data analyses: Meaghan Goodman, Samantha Irick, Dayna Jones, Kara Mitchell, and Danielle Thomas.
    This research was supported by a grant from the Institute of Education Sciences, Department of Education, Award Number R324L060012. We would like to express our thanks to the children, their families, the teachers, and the SLPs who participated in this study. We also would like to extend our gratitude to Jayne Brandel, Kathy Redbird, and Veronica Fierro. We thank the students who assisted with the fidelity data analyses: Meaghan Goodman, Samantha Irick, Dayna Jones, Kara Mitchell, and Danielle Thomas.×
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Article   |   October 01, 2009
Administration of a Literacy-Based Curriculum by Teacher and SLP Teams
SIG 16 Perspectives on School-Based Issues, October 2009, Vol. 10, 73-77. doi:10.1044/sbi10.3.73
SIG 16 Perspectives on School-Based Issues, October 2009, Vol. 10, 73-77. doi:10.1044/sbi10.3.73
Abstract

A literacy-based language curriculum for Native American and Hispanic American children was jointly administered by four speech-language pathologist (SLP) and teacher teams. Analyses indicated that teachers, when trained and provided with structured lessons, were able to co-administer a curriculum designed to improve language and literacy skills in the classroom.

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