Friday, October 23, 2020

Getting your Jam on Remotely!

 Hey Tek-ninjas! As a Solution Consultant, I get to meet and work with a lot of really dynamic and creative SLPs. Some of the implementation ideas that y'all have been coming up with lately are really great, especially as you leverage existing universal design technologies to better serve your clients remotely. 

Sometimes, I hear such great ideas, and ask the clinician to consider being a guest blogger.

One such clinician is Ryanne Zavacky, MS, CCC-SLP. Ryanne is an AT Specialist for Brunswick County Schools here in NC, and owner of Little Chatterboxes, PLLC Speech-Language-AAC

In this blog post, Ryanne shares how she leverages Jamboard to enhance her Remote services:

Are you serving your students over remote therapy services? When your video platform won’t permit remote control access on your student’s Chromebook, you can use a Jamboard  to play Pictionary to draw items using target sounds. 

 Just share the new Jamboard with your student and have them open it during your video session to see in real time. 

Tic tac toe, Guess Who? (put some pictures in your Jamboard and cover them with an opaque square), etc.

Jamboard  is free, and can be added as an extension to your Chrome browser, regardless of whether you are on a Chrombook, Macbook, or PC. 

Happy therapy!

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