Stuttering in the Classroom: The Teacher's Role

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Congrates Jonas Berinyuy from Cameroon W Africa 10/1/02
Re: Congrates Maria Eugenia Ramirez 10/10/02
Re: Congrates jonasberinyuy cameroon  west africa 10/13/02
Re: Congrates Maria Eugenia Ramirez 10/18/02
Permission to publish Mike Hughes 10/2/02
Re: Permission to publish Maria Eugenia Ramirez 10/4/02
Disfluency in the Class Carolyn Simpson 10/5/02
Re: Disfluency in the Class Maria Eugenia Ramirez 10/10/02
"Stuttering in the Classroom" Courtney Bailey 10/6/02
Re: "Stuttering in the Classroom" Maria Eugenia Ramirez 10/10/02
Referral Checklist Melissa Beithon 10/7/02
Re: Referral Checklist Judy Kuster 10/8/02
Another Referral Checklist Judy Kuster 10/15/02
Re: Referral Checklist Maria Eugenia Ramirez 10/10/02
Teacher Roles T. Jensen 10/9/02
Re: Teacher Roles Maria Eugenia Ramirez 10/10/02
Reducing Demands Dawnyale Jones 10/10/02
Re: Reducing Demands Maria Eugenia Ramirez 10/21/02
an emotional stutter Vasanthi Sukumaran 10/11/02
Re: an emotional stutter Cristina Reppetti 10/21/02
Teacher's attitudes toward stuttering Jaime Leschke 10/12/02
Re: Teacher's attitudes toward stuttering Silvana Franchini 10/21/02
The Teaher's Role Jana Helms 10/12/02
Re: The Teaher's Role Maria Eugenia Ramirez 10/17/02
Suggestions for therapy Jennifer Rowe 10/14/02
Re: Suggestions for therapy Maria Eugenia Ramirez 10/17/02
Teacher's Role Bridgette 10/14/02
Re: Teacher's Role Maria Eugenia Ramirez 10/17/02
resources Andrea Montgomery 10/14/02
Re: resources  10/17/02
A Very Informative Article Ursula Thomas 10/14/02
Re: A Very Informative Article Maria Eugenia Ramirez 10/17/02
Great Ideas Lori Friedrichs 10/15/02
Re: Great Ideas  10/17/02
Teacher Training Lynne Shields 10/16/02
Re: Teacher Training Maria Eugenia Ramirez 10/17/02
teachers Aida 10/16/02
Re: teachers Cristina Reppetti 10/21/02
meetings Jenna Saathoff 10/16/02
Re: meetings Silvana Franchini 10/21/02
The Role of the Teacher Mary Donaldson 10/19/02
Re: The Role of the Teacher  10/21/02
fantastic article Becky P. 10/20/02
Re: fantastic article Maria Eugenia Ramirez 10/21/02
important article Simone 10/20/02
Re: important article  10/21/02
Comment C. Bradley 10/21/02
Re: Comment Silvana Franchini 10/22/02
the teacher's role Matthew Terry 10/21/02
Re: the teacher's role Maria Eugenia Ramirez 10/22/02
Stuttering in the Classroom Hollie Prunty 10/21/02
Re: Stuttering in the Classroom Cristina Reppetti 10/22/02
Comment Andrea 10/22/02
Re: Comment Cristina Reppetti 10/22/02
Good information Leslie DeRoche 10/22/02
Re: Good information Maria Eugenia Ramirez 10/22/02

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