Stephanie Downey Toledo reviews research demonstrating how to most effectively support these students with significant disabilities in their language and literacy development, such as by targeting phonemic awareness.
In this module, Stephanie provides practical activities to use in supporting literacy in SWSD and also reviews how to incorporate AAC devices into literacy intervention.
Stephanie presents the research that has demonstrated that bilingualism, even in students with severe disabilities, has many cognitive as well as socio-emotional benefits.
Stephanie reviews research demonstrating how to most effectively support these students in their language and literacy development, such as by targeting phonemic awareness.
Stephanie Downey Toledo reviews what a writing disability is and gives us an opportunity to get an idea of what it might feel like to have one.
This module includes strategies for conjunctions, spelling rules, graphic organizers for essays and narratives, and suggestions for more engaging and motivating activities for adolescent students.
This module provides practical interventions to use in therapy, in the classroom and at home for students with writing disabilities.
Stephanie gives us some realistic strategies to use in writing interventions, both in the classroom and therapy room.
This module provides a writing task that allows us to get an idea of what it might be like for our students who struggle with a writing disability.
Stephanie Downey Toledo begins this module series on writing interventions by discussing what makes writing so challenging for students.