Even the toughest, most challenging students you have can be reached. They can be motivated and be willing to learn in your speech therapy room. You might think I am C.R.A.Z.Y. because you have students that just refuse to do the work.
In this week’s episode, I want to challenge you to think outside the box and think about ways you can work with those students with a different mindset and actually see results. I want you to approach the session so that you will see motivation and progress from them. I don’t want you losing the battle all year and walking away defeated.
How can you make a change in yourself? What can you do differently to get better results with the toughest of students?
In this episode you’ll discover:
- How to change your mindset when you have a particularly hard student
- Ways to figure out what might be making your student struggle
- Different ways you can work with children to figure out their strengths and weaknesses
- How to find out different things that might motivate
Joke of the Week
Why did the cow cross the road?
Answer: It wanted to go to the moooooovies!
Are you looking for more storybooks to add to your collection that are perfect for speech and language therapy? This is exactly why I wrote the book Ella Bella Just Can’t Tell Ya. It’s perfect for students with word-finding difficulties. Make sure to check it out!
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