ERIC Number: ED030241
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969
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Clinical Speech in the Schools; Organization and Management.
Van Hattum, Rolland J., Ed.
Eleven articles, including an overview by Van Hattum, consider the nature of the speech specialist and his administrative responsibilities. The role of the speech clinician, as a professional person, is treated by Myfanwy Chapman; as a member of the educational team, by Frederick Garbee; as a consultant, by Gerald Freeman; as a counselor, by Charles Mange; and as a researcher, by Oliver Nikoloff. Aspects of professional planning of the speech clinician covered include program scheduling, by Van Hattum; planning time and facilities, by Lee Fisher; case finding, selection, and load, by Ronald Sommers; the therapy program, by Sommers; and reporting in the schools and to the community, by Fisher. (GD)
Descriptors: Administrator Role, Classrooms, Consultants, Counseling, Educational Equipment, Educational Facilities, Exceptional Child Education, Identification, Interdisciplinary Approach, Moral Values, Parent Counseling, Program Administration, Research Methodology, Scheduling, School Districts, School Organization, Speech Handicaps, Speech Therapy, Student Records, Teacher Attitudes, Teacher Responsibility, Teacher Role, Teaching Load, Therapists, Time Blocks
Charles C Thomas, Publisher, 301-327 East Lawrence Avenue, Springfield, Illinois 62703 ($12.50)
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