Reviewed ACSLPA’s Guideline: Assessment of Children Who are ELL. Compared my practice against this guideline in order to complete my external feedback.
Reviewed articles (provided specific references).
Networked with colleagues (provided several dates).
I used self-study to complete this goal and sourced a great deal of information from the internet as well as reviewed chapters in SLP resource books and read journal articles.
Websites visited: (included URLs).
Journal articles read: (included references).
Reviewed X textbook: (included reference).
Read the SAC position paper “the role of SLPs with Respect to AAC (2015)”
Read the textbook X (included reference)
September/October – online review of multiple types of AAC apps (included URLs of websites visited).
November 5/6 – attended PECS workshop.
Throughout the year, I reviewed information found through some of the blogs I follow (provided names of blogs and hyperlinks).
I networked with colleagues and together we developed group session materials that can be used in treatment (included dates).
I participated in a community of practice where we reviewed specific cases (included dates).
I read and reviewed X book (included reference).
I completed all the ACSLPA jurisprudence modules and exam on July 5th. In the fall (upon return from summer break), I had some conversations with my colleagues about our “aha moments” in the jurisprudence course.