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SeeHearSpeak Podcast

By Tiffany Hogan

Interesting conversations with people who care about reading, language, and speech in the developing child
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Episode 49: Inequities in education with reporter Sarah Carr

SeeHearSpeak PodcastFeb 17, 2023

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Episode 54: Executive Functioning in Children with Developmental Language Disorder with Leah Kapa

Episode 54: Executive Functioning in Children with Developmental Language Disorder with Leah Kapa

Episode 54: Executive Functioning in Children with Developmental Language Disorder with Leah Kapa. https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=ubCHsjoAAAAJ&hl=en
Jul 21, 202356:22
Episode 53: Toy talk with Pam Hadley

Episode 53: Toy talk with Pam Hadley

During the discussion about the new CDC guidelines beginning ~ 13:22, Pam misstated that at 30 months of age, the average boy is producing about 200 words and the average girl is producing about 300 words at 30 months. Those estimates are for 24 months. Specifically, the MacArthur-Bates Communicative Development Inventories (2nd edition) provide these values for the number of words produced by
• a 24-month-old boy
o at the 50th percentile = 252
o at the 10th percentile = 63
• a 24-month-old girl
o at the 50th percentile = 346
o At the 10th percentile = 92
• a 30-month-old boy
o at the 50th percentile = 520
o at the 10th percentile = 205
• a 30-month-old girl
o at the 50th percentile = 582
o at the 10th percentile = 298
May 23, 202301:07:50
Episode 52: Implementation science and the power of partnerships with Natalie Douglas and Amy Wonkka
Apr 11, 202353:27
Episode 51: Interprofessional practice and qualitative research with Danika Pfeiffer

Episode 51: Interprofessional practice and qualitative research with Danika Pfeiffer

Episode 51: Interprofessional practice and qualitative research with Danika Pfeiffer. Welcome to See Hear Speak Podcast Episode 51. In this episode I talk with Speech Pathologist, Researcher, Educator and Podcast Host, Danika Pfeiffer about her experiences and research reporting on Interprofessional collaboration and her qualitative research working in school systems. We discuss important topics that can facilitate change so I hope you find it helpful to stimulate your thinking as well. Thanks for listening! Conference: Implementation Science IS for All: The Power of Partnerships | MGH IHP Danika Book Pic: Good night moon https://www.amazon.com/Goodnight-Moon-Margaret-Wise-Brown/dp/0694003611 Podcast: About, From and With https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/about-from-with-an-slp-podcast/id1568966242 Publications: Pfeiffer, D. L., Pavelko, S. L., & Bronaugh, D. (2022). Get out of your silo: A qualitative examination of an interprofessional undergraduate course. ASHA Perspectives. https://doi.org/10.1044/2022_PERSP-22-00083 Pfeiffer, D. L., Long, H. L., El Amin, M. (2022). Accessing research beyond the paywall. ASHA Leader Live. https://leader.pubs.asha.org/do/10.1044/2022-0919-slp-aud-research/full/
Apr 10, 202354:57
Episode 50: An interview with creator and host Tiffany Hogan

Episode 50: An interview with creator and host Tiffany Hogan

Episode 50: Mary Rasner interviews creator and host Tiffany Hogan Implementation Science IS for All: The Power of Partnerships | MGH IHP Tools Chart Overview | NCII (intensiveintervention.org) The Generic Implementation Framework for School-based Research and Practice Toolkit (Komesidou & Hogan, 2023): https://osf.io/evu5r/
Apr 06, 202301:04:19
Episode 49: Inequities in education with reporter Sarah Carr

Episode 49: Inequities in education with reporter Sarah Carr

www.sarahelizabethcarr.com. For schoolchildren struggling to read, COVID-19 has been a wrecking ball:
www.bostonglobe.com/2021/01/19/magazine/schoolchildren-struggling-read-covid-19-has-been-wrecking-ball/
Boston Globe Magazine

How Black activists in northern Virginia transformed the way children learn to read
hechingerreport.org/naacp-targets-a-new-civil-rights-issue-reading/
www.washingtonpost.com/education/2022/12/27/phonics-reading-virginia-naacp/
The Washington Post and Hechinger Report

How dyslexia became a social justice issue for Black parents
hechingerreport.org/while-white-students-get-specialists-struggling-black-and-latino-readers-often-left-on-their-own/
www.washingtonpost.com/education/2022/12/19/reading-equity-dyslexia-schools-social-justice/
The Washington Post and Hechinger Report

Want your child to receive better reading help in school? It might cost $7500.
hechingerreport.org/an-independent-neuropsych-evaluation-is-critical-for-getting-access-to-special-education-services/
USA Today and Hechinger Report

What My Students Taught Me podcast
www.theatlantic.com/education/category/teacher-project/
The Atlantic
Feb 17, 202358:03
Episode 48: The ListeningSLP Sydney Bassard

Episode 48: The ListeningSLP Sydney Bassard

Episode 48: The ListeningSLP Sydney Bassard: https://www.thelisteningslp.com/

https://www.instagram.com/thelisteningslp/

A Day with Mom: https://artistmadridbooks.com/day-with-mom/

https://www.amazon.com/Bedtime-Bonnet-Nancy-Redd/dp/1984895249


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Episode 47: The diagnosis of developmental language disorder with Jeanne Tighe
Oct 28, 202201:09:30
Episode 46: The brain basis of dyslexia, ADHD and dyslexia, and summer slump with Joanna Christodoulou

Episode 46: The brain basis of dyslexia, ADHD and dyslexia, and summer slump with Joanna Christodoulou

Episode 46: The brain basis of dyslexia, ADHD and dyslexia, and summer slump with Joanna Christodoulou
Sep 28, 202250:24
Episode 45: Anti-oppressive curricula with Indigo Young

Episode 45: Anti-oppressive curricula with Indigo Young

Episode 45: Anti-oppressive curricula with Indigo Young
Jul 27, 202251:41
Episode 44: AAC with Cathy Binger

Episode 44: AAC with Cathy Binger

Episode 44: ACC with Cathy Binger. Don't know that AAC is? Check it out!
Jun 15, 202201:10:33
Episode 43: Evaluating educational practices with Dr. Shayne Piasta

Episode 43: Evaluating educational practices with Dr. Shayne Piasta

Episode 43: Evaluating educational practices with Dr. Shayne Piasta
May 24, 202250:42
Episode 42: Implementation science with Dr. Rouzana Komesidou
Apr 13, 202234:39
Episode 41: Maya's Book Nook & Community Literacy Partners with Lakeisha Johnson

Episode 41: Maya's Book Nook & Community Literacy Partners with Lakeisha Johnson

Episode 41: Maya's Book Nook & Community Literacy Partners with Lakeisha Johnson
Mar 02, 202257:23
Episode 40: Language basis of reading, dyslexia, and reading comprehension with Hugh Catts

Episode 40: Language basis of reading, dyslexia, and reading comprehension with Hugh Catts

Episode 40: Language basis of reading, dyslexia, and reading comprehension with Hugh Catts
Jan 15, 202257:36
Episode 39: Guest Host Emily Zimmerman talks Peer Support with Jill Hoover and Audra Sterling

Episode 39: Guest Host Emily Zimmerman talks Peer Support with Jill Hoover and Audra Sterling

Episode 39: Guest Host Emily Zimmerman talks Peer Support with Jill Hoover and Audra Sterling
Jul 24, 202101:09:17
Episode 38: Guest Host Rouzana Komesidou talks professional development with Drs. Laurie Lee, Marcia Kosanovich, & Kevin Smith

Episode 38: Guest Host Rouzana Komesidou talks professional development with Drs. Laurie Lee, Marcia Kosanovich, & Kevin Smith

Episode 38: Guest Host Rouzana Komesidou talks professional development with Drs. Laurie Lee, Marcia Kosanovich, & Kevin Smith
Jul 09, 202155:49
Episode 37: Response to Intervention (rti) with Mindy Bridges

Episode 37: Response to Intervention (rti) with Mindy Bridges

Episode 37: Response to Intervention (rti) with Mindy Bridges
Jul 09, 202101:04:45
Episode 36: Guest host Dr. Kelly Farquharson talks speech sound disorders with Dr. Katy Cabbage and Dr. Shari DeVeney

Episode 36: Guest host Dr. Kelly Farquharson talks speech sound disorders with Dr. Katy Cabbage and Dr. Shari DeVeney

Episode 36: Guest host Dr. Kelly Farquharson talks speech sound disorders with Dr. Katy Cabbage and Dr. Shari DeVeney
Jun 24, 202101:04:21
Episode 35: Guest Host Jenya Iuzzini-Seigel talks with Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS) Expert Edythe Strand

Episode 35: Guest Host Jenya Iuzzini-Seigel talks with Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS) Expert Edythe Strand

Episode 35: Guest Host Jenya Iuzzini-Seigel talks with Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS) Expert Edy Strand
May 28, 202158:16
Episode 34: Guest Host Kelly Farquharson talks with ASHA President Lynn Williams

Episode 34: Guest Host Kelly Farquharson talks with ASHA President Lynn Williams

Episode 34: Guest Host Kelly Farquharson talks with ASHA President Lynn Williams
Mar 25, 202155:25
Episode 33: Morphology and morphological awareness with Julie Wolter

Episode 33: Morphology and morphological awareness with Julie Wolter

Episode 33: Morphology and morphological awareness with Julie Wolter
Aug 10, 202049:57
Episode 32: Developmental language disorder within different dialects with Janna Oetting

Episode 32: Developmental language disorder within different dialects with Janna Oetting

Episode 32: Developmental language disorder within different dialects with Janna Oetting
Jul 29, 202050:16
Episode 31: Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS) with Jenya Iuzzini-Seigel

Episode 31: Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS) with Jenya Iuzzini-Seigel

Episode 31: Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS) with Jenya Iuzzini-Seigel
Jul 15, 202046:16
Episode 30: Distinguishing difference from disorder in childhood speech and language disorders in multilingual children with Karla Washington

Episode 30: Distinguishing difference from disorder in childhood speech and language disorders in multilingual children with Karla Washington

Episode 30: Distinguishing difference from disorder in childhood speech and language disorders in multilingual children with Karla N. Washington
Jul 09, 202057:13
Episode 29: Poor readers, translational science, and supporting women scientists with Emily Solari

Episode 29: Poor readers, translational science, and supporting women scientists with Emily Solari

Episode 29: Poor readers, translational science, and supporting women scientists with Emily Solari
Jun 12, 202052:26
Episode 28: Sara Hart on nature vs nurture, open science, and scientific twitter

Episode 28: Sara Hart on nature vs nurture, open science, and scientific twitter

Episode 28: Sara Hart on nature vs nurture, open science, and scientific twitter
May 15, 202001:05:07
Episode 27: Dyslexia with Ben Powers

Episode 27: Dyslexia with Ben Powers

Episode 27: Dyslexia with Ben Powers
Feb 28, 202046:05
Episode 26 - Working memory and word learning in children with dyslexia and DLD, and in Bilingual Spanish-English speakers, with Shelley Gray and Mary Alt

Episode 26 - Working memory and word learning in children with dyslexia and DLD, and in Bilingual Spanish-English speakers, with Shelley Gray and Mary Alt

Episode 26 - Working memory and word learning in children with dyslexia and DLD, and in Bilingual Spanish-English speakers, with Shelley Gray and Mary Alt

Feb 03, 202042:22
Episode 25: Genetics, brain imaging, and poor comprehenders with Nicole Landi

Episode 25: Genetics, brain imaging, and poor comprehenders with Nicole Landi

Episode 25: Genetics, brain imaging, and poor comprehenders with Nicole Landi
Jan 27, 202039:01
Episode 24: Bidialectalism, school - research partnerships, and poverty with Nicole Patton Terry

Episode 24: Bidialectalism, school - research partnerships, and poverty with Nicole Patton Terry

Episode 24: Bidialectalism, school - research partnerships, and poverty with Nicole Patton Terry
Jan 13, 202043:18
Episode 23 - SLI vs DLD, misconceptions about SLI, early identification of SLI, and the genetics of SLI with Mabel Rice

Episode 23 - SLI vs DLD, misconceptions about SLI, early identification of SLI, and the genetics of SLI with Mabel Rice

Episode 23 - SLI vs DLD, misconceptions about SLI, early identification of SLI, and the genetics of SLI with Mabel Rice
Jan 06, 202055:50
Episode 22 with Tiffany Hogan. Guest host Kelly Farquharson interviews podcast host Tiffany Hogan for the 1-year anniversary of the SeeHearSpeak Podcast

Episode 22 with Tiffany Hogan. Guest host Kelly Farquharson interviews podcast host Tiffany Hogan for the 1-year anniversary of the SeeHearSpeak Podcast

Episode 22 with Tiffany Hogan. For the 1-year anniversary of SeeHearSpeak podcast, guest host Kelly Farquharson interviews podcast host Tiffany Hogan about her research, career, and the podcast.
Dec 11, 201901:00:14
Episode 21Dual language learners, developmental language disorders, and educational policy with Laida Restrepo

Episode 21Dual language learners, developmental language disorders, and educational policy with Laida Restrepo

Episode 21: Dual language learners, developmental language disorders, and educational policy with Laida Restrepo
Nov 16, 201943:35
Episode 20: Principal Gallagher

Episode 20: Principal Gallagher

Episode 20 with Principal Gallagher on leadership, supporting teachers, and creating a safe environment for kids
Oct 29, 201939:41
Episode 19: Parent Perspective on DLD with Jodi Oliver

Episode 19: Parent Perspective on DLD with Jodi Oliver

Episode 19: Parent Perspective on DLD with Jodi Oliver
Oct 12, 201921:08
Episode 18: DLD, SLI, and ADHD with Sean Redmond

Episode 18: DLD, SLI, and ADHD with Sean Redmond

Episode 18: DLD, SLI, and ADHD with Sean Redmond
Oct 12, 201958:51
Episode 17: DLD Advocacy and Working Memory with Lisa Archibald

Episode 17: DLD Advocacy and Working Memory with Lisa Archibald

Episode 17: DLD Advocacy and Working Memory with Lisa Archibald
Oct 12, 201949:20
Episode 16: RADLD & DLDandme with Karla McGregor and Shaun Ziegenfusz

Episode 16: RADLD & DLDandme with Karla McGregor and Shaun Ziegenfusz

Episode 16: RADLD, DLDandme, and DLD Educational Outcomes with Karla McGregor and Shaun Ziegenfusz
Oct 12, 201954:38
Episode 15: Developmental Language Disorder (DLD) with Dorothy Bishop

Episode 15: Developmental Language Disorder (DLD) with Dorothy Bishop

Developmental Language Disorder with Dorothy Bishop: History, Advocacy, Terminology, Co-morbidities and so much more!
Oct 12, 201953:40
Episode 14: Coaching with Lesley Maxwell and Norma Craffey

Episode 14: Coaching with Lesley Maxwell and Norma Craffey

Episode 14: Coaching with Lesley Maxwell and Norma Craffey

Jul 13, 201929:15
Episode 13: Creating Effective PowerPoint Presentations with Tony Sindelar and Norma Craffey

Episode 13: Creating Effective PowerPoint Presentations with Tony Sindelar and Norma Craffey

Episode 13: Creating Effective PowerPoint Presentations with Tony Sindelar and Norma Craffey

Jul 13, 201957:56
Episode 12: Change Agents and Implementation Science with Crystle Alonzo and Rouzana Komesidou

Episode 12: Change Agents and Implementation Science with Crystle Alonzo and Rouzana Komesidou

Episode 12: Change Agents and Implementation Science with Crystle Alonzo and Rouzana Komesidou

Jul 13, 201957:11
Episode 11: School Change Models and the Reading Specialist with Christine Jacobs and Norma Craffey

Episode 11: School Change Models and the Reading Specialist with Christine Jacobs and Norma Craffey

Episode 11: School Change Models and the Reading Specialist with Christine Jacobs and Norma Craffey

Jul 13, 201951:48
Episode 10: Managing Burnout with Debbie O'Shea and Norma Craffey

Episode 10: Managing Burnout with Debbie O'Shea and Norma Craffey

Episode 10: Managing Burnout with Debbie O'Shea and Norma Craffey

Jul 13, 201945:25
Episode 9: Anti-Oppressive Instruction with Indigo Young and Norma Craffey

Episode 9: Anti-Oppressive Instruction with Indigo Young and Norma Craffey

Episode 9: Anti-Oppressive Instruction with a Indigo Young and Norma Craffey

Jul 13, 201935:24
Episode 8: Crucial Conversations with Kelly Farquharson & Julie Wolter

Episode 8: Crucial Conversations with Kelly Farquharson & Julie Wolter

Episode 8: Crucial conversations with Kelly Farquharson & Julie Wolter
Jul 13, 201901:03:05
Episode 7: Lively discussion about tests with Elena Plante: why we use them, what makes one valid, i

Episode 7: Lively discussion about tests with Elena Plante: why we use them, what makes one valid, i

Lively discussion about tests with Elena Plante: why we use them, what makes one valid, is more better, how are they different now?
Jun 05, 201901:04:45
Episode 6: The Reading Wars Part 2: The language basis of reading, parent and teacher advocacy, and future casting with Emily Hanford, Kate Nation, and Norma Craffey

Episode 6: The Reading Wars Part 2: The language basis of reading, parent and teacher advocacy, and future casting with Emily Hanford, Kate Nation, and Norma Craffey

Episode 6: The Reading Wars part 2: Kate Nation updates us on what's been happening since we last spoke to her and Anne Castles about their paper on the reading wars, Emily Hanford tells us about her advocacy for better reading instruction, and Norma Craffey provides her view from the trenches as a teacher and reading specialist 

May 17, 201901:24:04
Episode 5: SLPs role in early identification of autism, parents' social skills, & clinical practice research with Megan Roberts

Episode 5: SLPs role in early identification of autism, parents' social skills, & clinical practice research with Megan Roberts

Episode 5: SLPs role in early identification of autism, parents' social skills, & clinical practice research with Megan Roberts
Apr 27, 201901:07:51