As SLP’s in school settings, we collaborate with many people including teachers, paras, social workers, and parents.
Many people forget about the specials teachers, but they are important too!
These teachers may not have the background knowledge needed to modify and assist our students, so that is where we come in.
In this episode of SLP Coffee Talk, we are talking about how to collaborate effectively with the art teacher to increase student success.
When working with the art teacher, communication is key. We may need to explain how to effectively communicate with these students in a way that will best suit their educational needs.
In This Episode You’ll Discover:
- How to communicate with the art teacher to achieve students’ educational goals
- What you can do in the speech classroom that will help your students succeed in art class
- Activity ideas and tips to set your students up for success
This episode is full of creative ideas that you can use to help your students succeed in the art classroom and beyond, so I hope that you are able to take some of these ideas and implement them!
The art teacher may not be the first person you think of, but it is so important that they understand the unique needs of each student and that the students understand how to succeed in their classroom as well.
If you want some more tips on how to collaborate with the art teacher, check out my blog post here.
Joke of the Week:
Q: Did you hear about the artist that always took things too far?
A: She didn’t know where to draw the line.
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