The ROW-Lab is happy and excited to announce that Project WILLD (Writing in students with Language-based Learning Disabilities) has been funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences. Dr. Koutsoftas is the Co-Project Director along with Dr. Cynthia Puranik at Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA. The funding is is $1.4 million over 4 years and will include funding for graduate students and a full time project coordinator to run the study.
The ROW-Lab is happy to share the following which includes links to three videos designed to support parents and caregivers complete speech and language HW. These videos alone will not support home practice but can be included with additional instructions from SLPs to families. The goal of these videos is to provide a model that parents can follow, SLPs should provide stimuli specific to each child.
Reach out to Dr. K with any feedback or suggestions for more videos and topics.
The topics include:
– Reading with your Child
– Speech Articulation
– Phonemic Awareness and Spelling
In light of the major shift for educators at all levels (K-12 through college and beyond), many of us have had to shift our teaching to an online platform. This shift in platform comes with a shift in our thinking of the delivery of instruction, and whether we like it or not we have to rethink how we teach our students. The video link below provides 7 tips for creating an online course and is geared towards individuals in higher education. However, these tips can be considered by all educators as we re-think the delivery of instruction. You need something to do, and your students need you to ensure continuity in learning.
ROW-Lab Director, Dr. K is providing an ASHA CEU webinar on writing in the Fall of 2020. This is a two part series for professionals who want to gain foundational knowledge about writing and also gain skills with assessment. Click the link below to access the ASHA store and register for the course.
CLICK HERE to Access the ASHA STORE.
Type ‘koutsoftas’ into the search bar and both courses will appear.
Don’t worry, the ROW-Lab is still going strong and we have been writing up lots of studies and grant proposals. We hope to update you with some new findings in the fall, until then, stay cool!
The ROW-Lab at Seton Hall University had a great showing at the annual ASHA convention…check out the conference presentation section of this website for downloadable versions of this work.
Very proud student group advisor…the Seton Hall University chapter of NSSLHA earned silver honors.
The ROW-Lab is happy to share that Project Write to Learn was funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs. This is a five year project that allows for interprofessional education among Occupational Therapy and Speech Language Pathology graduate students. Click here for more information.
Check out the facebook page linked below which is a Clinical Research for SLPs forum. Dr. K will be sharing tips about writing all week. #week24
The ROW-Lab is excited to share a recent publication in the Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research. Click HERE for access to the article titled, “Writing process products in intermediate-grade children with and without language-based learning disabilities.”