Professional Development Training
Utilizing her more than 25 years of language and literacy experience as a practitioner and university educator, Dr. Jaskolski offers highly engaging and interactive professional training to Speech Language Pathologists and Educators alike. Each training is specifically designed to meet the needs of the learners and can range from a several hour training to a series of trainings over the course of an entire academic year. All trainings use adult learning training techniques and support hand-on activities and materials that can be incorporated immediately into the educators own practice. Example of prior training topics include: The SLPs Role as Literacy Expert; It's All About Language; Speech Language Pathologist as Co-Teachers in the Classroom Setting; Developing Collaborative Team Relationship; Enhancing Phonological Awareness in the Early Childhood Classrooms; and Developing Learning Communities for District SLPs.
“Tell me and I'll forget. Teach me and I'll remember. Involve me and I'll learn.” -Ben Franklin
Dr. Jaskolski provides comprehensive speech, language, and literacy evaluations for children and adolescents. These evaluations may be used to diagnose speech, language, or language-based learning disorders. Speech disorders include childhood apraxia of speech, speech sound disorders -including articulation and phonological processes, stuttering and voice. Language disorders include two broad categories: receptive language, the ability to understand; and expressive language, the ability to communicate one's thoughts and ideas. Language-based learning disorders are difficulty with age-appropriate reading, spelling and writing.
For more information regarding speech, language and language-based learning disorders, see the American Speech-Language Hearing Association Website at American Speech-Language Hearing Association.