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Courses Offering ASHA CEUs

Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists

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AAE Essentials

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This live webinar course is designed to support speech-language pathologists in identifying key features of African American English (AAE) across linguistic domains. The course explores strategies to promote more effective assessment and service delivery for AAE-speaking students.

 

This course is offered for 0.1 ASHA CEUs (Intermediate Level, Related Area)

*To inquire about future offerings or to schedule a session for your department, please contact CETeam@iREACT.org

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Diagnostic and Instructional Implications of AAE in the Classroom

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This live webinar course, using a Critical Race Theory (CRT) framework, is designed for speech-language pathologists (SLP) and supports their ability to identify key features of African American English (AAE) dialect across linguistic domains. The course explores methods for effective assessment and support for AAE-speaking students with and without identified disorders. Participants will learn to effectively advocate for AAE speakers and to promote awareness and understanding among students, faculty, administration, and other educational stakeholders.

 

This course is offered for 0.2 ASHA CEUs (Intermediate Level, Related Area)

 

*To inquire about future offerings or to schedule a session for your department, please contact CETeam@iREACT.org

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Promoting Race & Class Equity in CSD Curricula

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This live webinar course, using a Critical Race Theory (CRT) framework, is designed for post-secondary faculty and staff in Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) programs and supports educators in identifying implicit and explicit race and class biases as they relate to CSD instruction and learning. With a focus on culturally responsive pedagogy, the course will guide educators in developing content and instruction that is inclusive to a diverse student body and that more adequately prepares students for provision of equitable services for diverse populations.

 

This course is offered for 0.2 ASHA CEUs (Intermediate Level, Related Area)

*To inquire about future offerings or to schedule a session for your department, please contact CETeam@iREACT.org

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Creating Culturally Sustaining Content in CSD Courses

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This live webinar course, participants explore four levels of racism and critically review their own course content for inclusivity.  Strategies to promote student understanding and consideration of the social determinants of health for service delivery.  Finally attendees outline and learn to implement culturally sustaining pedagogical practices.  

This course has not yet been registered for ASHA CEUs.

*To inquire about future offerings or to schedule a session for your department, please contact CETeam@iREACT.org