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SLAM BOOM! Como acceder y usar por medio de Zoom

SLAM BOOM! Como acceder y usar por medio de Zoom

Leaders Project ha adaptado las tarjetas originales de medidas de evaluación del lenguaje de edad escolar (SLAM) para la plataforma boomlearning.com para crear las tarjetas de SLAM BOOM! Las guías de SLAM para el análisis se han creado para ayudarte a tomar notas y...
Japanese (日本語) SLAM Card Questions

Japanese (日本語) SLAM Card Questions

Here you will find the School-age Language Assessment Measures (SLAM) in Japanese 日本語 – 学生用の言語評価 The Subway Picture – 地下鉄の絵 (小中学生用) The Subway Picture Questions- 地下鉄の絵の質問 The Subway Picture – 地下鉄の絵 The Crayons – クレヨン達 (小中学生用) The Crayons...
SLAM Guidelines for Analysis

SLAM Guidelines for Analysis

We are happy to provide these Guidelines for Analysis sheets that accompany the School-age Language Assessment & Measures (SLAM) original materials and the SLAM BOOM! materials. These Guideline sheets are meant to support your note taking while conducting a SLAM...
SLAM BOOM! Video on Access & Use

SLAM BOOM! Video on Access & Use

Leaders Project has recently adapted the School-age Language Assessment Measures (SLAM) cards for the boomlearning.com platform to make SLAM BOOM! Cards! SLAM Guidelines for Analysis have been created to aid with your note-taking and evaluation during a language...
SLAM BOOM! Cards

SLAM BOOM! Cards

We have taken our School-age Language Assessment Measures (SLAM) cards and updated them for use in teletherapy via the Boom learning platform to create SLAM BOOM! Cards! We are happy to announce the opening of our Leaders Project storefront on Boomlearning.com, where...

The Critical Questions- Early Intervention

Dr. Catherine Crowley developed the critical questions over the course of her clinical practice. The Early Intervention version of these questions are more specific to early intervention evaluations. She has found them to be the most effective and valid pieces of information needed by the evaluator in order to distinguish language difference from disorder, especially in culturally and linguistically diverse populations. In addition, this set of questions includes questions supported by research as being the one of the most accurate measures of language disorder (Restrepo, 1998).