Using Computers in Speech/Language Therapy
Show Notes:
Podcast #4: Introduction to using the computer as an instructor

INTRO MUSIC AND VOICE OVER

  • Welcome: for comments and suggestions e-mail me at: paula@truman.edu
  • Computer-as-instructor: CAI foundations in educational computing
  • What makes tutorial CAI?
  • What makes drill and practice CAI?
  • Role of the SLP in the use of a computer as an instructor
  • Questions to consider when choosing CAI for a client

TRANSITION MUSIC

  • Summary of this podcast

CLOSING MUSIC and VOICEOVER

Resources for Further Study:

Cochran, P. S. (2005). Clinical computing competency for speech-language pathologists. Baltimore, MD: Brookes Publishing.

Cochran, P. S., & Masterson, J. M. (1995). NOT using a computer in language assessment / intervention: In defense of the reluctant clinician. Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, 26 (3, 213-222.

Katz, R. C., & Wertz, R. T. (1997). The efficacy of computer-provided reading treatment for chronic adult aphasics. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 40, 493-507.

Nippold, M. A., Schwarz, I. E., & Lewis, M. (1992). Analyzing the potential benefit of microcomputer use for teaching figurative language. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 1(2), 36-43.

Schwartz, A. H., Brogan, V. M., Emond, G. A., & Oleksiak, J. F. (1993). Technology-enhanced accent modification. Asha, 35 (8), 44-45, 51.

 
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