Virtual School Meanderings

September 20, 2012

Webinar Invite – Online Speech Therapy for Virtual School Students: When, Where and How?

Also from Wednesday’s inbox…


New Realities, New Choices
SPED Ahead
Webinar Title: Online Speech Therapy for Virtual School Students: When, Where and How?
Date: Thursday, September 27th, 2012
Time: 1-2 pm ET (10-11 am PT)
Cost: Free of Charge

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Dear Michael,

Special education services, including speech therapy, must be available to all students, including those attending school virtually. This need poses special challenges for those who are SPED directors for virtual schools. Though the technology to deliver SLP services at a distance has been available for years, the rapid growth in distance education has increased the urgency.  There are many questions about practical matters of online delivery and about when (and when not) to rely on online speech therapy. But there is no doubt that simple, inexpensive technologies are enabling a growing number of virtual schools to use online speech therapy to improve outcomes, tackle critical personnel shortfalls and provide access to high quality speech-language services.

Join a nationwide audience of virtual school leaders for this timely one-hour webinar. Dr. Shari Robertson, Professor of Speech-Language Pathology at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, will moderate a panel of virtual school administrators and clinical experts, including K-12 Inc. Director of Special Programs Jenny Kendall, who have in-depth knowledge of and experience with telepractice. These experts will share their firsthand knowledge about “the when, where and how” of online speech therapy and answer live questions from the audience during this exciting, informative session.

See you online!

Clay Whitehead
Co-Founder, PresenceLearning

 Webinar Series


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Space is limited! Click here to get more information and register now!


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