School-Based Strategies for Working with Children Who Stutter: A Positive Team Approach

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fluency carry-over

From: Tangie Harris
Date: 10/17/00
Time: 6:54:38 PM
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I'd like to extend the situation you mention in paragraph 2 on page 3. I have two fluency students who do not stutter in therapy nor in the class room. They say "sometimes I stutter at home." I often wonder if this is the most I can hope for. I especially liked the idea of having a "speech buddy" in the class room, but how do you get teachers to realize the importance of their participation (since it's already hard to remember who goes to speech and when)?

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