Are you wondering what virtual tools you can use to remain contactless or are you looking to incorporate a little more technology into your classroom?
In this episode of SLP Coffee Talk, I am sharing my five favorite virtual tools to use in the classroom.
These tools are incredibly useful, and they will make your planning so much easier. They include interactive games and stories that students will be so engaged in, they won’t even realize they are learning. The best part? They have free options so they won’t cost you a thing.
The tools I am sharing are virtual, fun, engaging, and free to use. They are also easily adaptable because you can use them for group work, reinforcers, in conjunction with something, or in isolation. You can even edit some of them based on your individual students' needs!
In This Episode You’ll Discover:
- How to use virtual tools in your classroom
- How to use virtual tools through teletherapy
- The many benefits of using virtual tools
- The best tools to engage your students
- How to adapt these tools to fit your students or therapy style
Many SLPs are back in the classroom teaching in person, some are still teaching virtually, and some are even doing both! That is why virtual and adaptable teaching resources are so important right now.
I know that you will love that each of these virtual resources gives you so many options to choose from and that they are incredibly simple to use. Your students will get so much out of them!
If you are looking for more digital resources for your older therapy students, check out my Boom Cards! I offer tons of them for practice with context clues, main idea, summarizing, inferencing, and more so you can plan with ease and confidence.
Joke of the Week:
Q: What name do you call a Pokémon who is having trouble moving fast?
A: A slowpoke.
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