Author Archives: Emily Richardson

Can you tell me how to get to…to the super inclusive, all loving…Sesame Street?

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I’ve got to admit there is a lot of nostalgia when I think of Sesame Street, both as a child and  mother.  They teach the basics in pre-readiness…not just academic reading but also social-emotional readiness.  Not to mention how impressive … Continue reading

“Bama Perks” from the ASHA Leader

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In the March ’17 edition of ASHA Leader (and my morning’s facebook feed) I read an article about a communication program for adults with aphasia at the University of Alabama.  (That’s my grad school – Roll Tide!)  I’ve always said … Continue reading

Lesson of the day

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Today I learned that there are three particularly valuable sources of information…NPR, Jimmy Fallon, and 8 years olds!  All three had information about a brand new solar system that NASA announced yesterday.  If I had tuned into one of those … Continue reading

At the heart of collaboration

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It takes a village, right? I’m not the only one to work with my students on any given day. During the day at their school village, children could cross paths with their teacher, assistant, special ed teacher, OT, ESL teacher, … Continue reading