Resources for Professors
This site contains materials shared by your colleages to provide ideas to develop, revise, or enhance your fluency disorders course. The site is maintained by Judy Kuster, who welcomes suggestions and additional materials and ideas.
Teaching-related information and materials
- ASHA Convention Handouts Relating to Fluency Disorders 2006-2012.
- Lecture Materials and Course Ideas
- Evaluating and Measuring Speech Fluency - password protected client videos. Professors can contact Judy Kuster (email@example.com) from a university address to provide practice with "virtual clients" in fluency and diagnostics classes.
- FluencyBank a project of TalkBank, is an NIH/NSF funded interactive, managed by Carnegie-Mellon University and the University of Maryland. The website "explains features and benefits of the archive, provides suggestions for obtaining consent for new projects, illustrates coding and linkage, and introduces the first 'up and running' portion of the teaching section of FluencyBank, the Voices of People who Stutter."
There are "resources for your upcoming classes on fluency disorders, such as videos from adults who stutter, answering questions about the affective and cognitive consequences of stuttering, with accompanying unannotated transcripts (for practice in behavioral coding), and completed but unscored OASES forms." The "voices protocol are being modified so that all newly collected interviews will be suitable for SSI scoring." There are links to: Browsable transcripts; Downloadable transcripts and OASES and Media
- Exam questions and practice flashcards
- What Does Stuttering Sound, Look and Feel Like - samples from the open Internet
- What Does Stuttering Sound Like?
- What Does Stuttering Look Like?
- Stuttering Measurement System developed by Roger Ingham, Janis Ingham, Richard Moglia, and Martin Kilgo, a program, manual, and training video with various sample videos of stuttering dysfluencies to evaluate.
- Onset and Development by Valerie LaPorte, former student, revised by: Cindy S. Spillers, current web master, has video clips from the SFA films that demonstrate several stuttering symptoms.
- Pre and Post videos and Follow up videos from Ross Barrett's web site.
- Many more samples can be found by exploring Google Video and YouTube with the keywords "stuttering" or "stammering."
- What Does Stuttering Feel Like?
- The Museum includes information about several of the important pioneers who have died, some historically interesting old books that are online, several articles about the history that ASHA has let me put online, and more.
- Participation in International Stuttering Awareness Day Online Conferences when the conference is "live" from October 1-22. All past conference papers and discussions also remain online and students can either evaluate a conference or be assigned many of the valuable papers they contain.
- Student Journal - student projects about stuttering that are worthy of special note. Professors are welcome to submit additional papers or ideas.
- Finding Professional Resources about Stuttering - links to journals and abstracts, a bookstore of several available books and online bibliographies related to stuttering/cluttering
- Things to do when you must miss a class - includes several online examples of stuttering and full-length videos as well as other ideas.
- PowerPoint Lectures and Presentations
- Various handouts
- Problem-Based Learning Materials
- Counseling Materials for those teaching counseling courses or incorporating counseling information in other courses, including fluency disorders courses.
- Stuttering and Its Treatment - Eleven Lectures by Mark Onslow, November 2016 edition is a freely-available 288 page "text" of Onslow's introductory lectures for students in speech-language pathology, linked here with the permission of the author.
Therapy-related information and materials
Potential materials for student advising
Specialty Recognition in Fluency and Fluency Disorders
- The freely available website contains
- Specialty Board on Fluency Disorders Manual
- Mentor List
- List of Specialists (Board Recognized Specialist in Fluency Disorders, BRS-FD)
- Specialty board members
- Appellate members
- Procedures for becoming a specialist
- Procedures for becoming a mentor
- Slides Highlighting the Specialty Recognition Process (also in Powerpoint format)
Other Valuable Links
Current webweaver, Judy Kuster
added August 1, 2007
last updated November 7, 2014