55 episodes

Interesting conversations with people who care about reading, language, and speech in the developing child

SeeHearSpeak Podcast Tiffany Hogan

    • Education
    • 4.9 • 87 Ratings

Interesting conversations with people who care about reading, language, and speech in the developing child

    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

    • 56 min
    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

    • 1 hr 7 min
    Episode 52: Implementation science and the power of partnerships with Natalie Douglas and Amy Wonkka

    Episode 52: Implementation science and the power of partnerships with Natalie Douglas and Amy Wonkka

    Episode 52: Implementation science and the power of partnerships with Natalie Douglas and Amy Wonkka
    Implementation Science IS for All: The Power of Partnerships | MGH IHP

    How a Power Differential Between Clinicians and Researchers Contributes to the Research-to-Practice Gap: https://pubs.asha.org/doi/10.1044/2022_AJSLP-22-00207



    Episode resources:

    Implementation Science IS for All Virtual Conference April 27-28, 2023 10AM-5PM EST

    https://www.mghihp.edu/healthcare-leadership/cpd/implementation-science-all-power-partnerships



    Natalie Douglas -https://impactcollaboratory.org/natalie-douglas-phd-ccc%E2%80%90slp/



    Implementation Science: Buzz word or game changer ? https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/26502033/



    How a Power Differential Between Clinicians and Researchers Contributes to the Research-to-Practice Gap-https://pubs.asha.org/doi/10.1044/2022_AJSLP-22-00207#d1e377

    https://www.slpnerdcast.com

    National institute on aging impact collaborative-https://www.nia.nih.gov/research/dbsr/nia-impact-collaboratory

    From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frank Weiler-https://www.amazon.com/Mixed-Up-Files-Basil-Frank-Weiler/dp/B001W9GBTM/ref=nodl_?dplnkId=6f7a24ed-43cb-43bb-8ffb-2a9d0b4b17ae

    • 53 min
    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/

    • 54 min
    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/

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Episode 49: Inequities in education with reporter Sarah Carr

    Episode 49: Inequities in education with reporter Sarah Carr

    http://www.sarahelizabethcarr.com. For schoolchildren struggling to read, COVID-19 has been a wrecking ball:
    https://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
    https://hechingerreport.org/naacp-targets-a-new-civil-rights-issue-reading/
    https://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
    https://hechingerreport.org/while-white-students-get-specialists-struggling-black-and-latino-readers-often-left-on-their-own/
    https://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.
    https://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
    https://www.theatlantic.com/education/category/teacher-project/
    The Atlantic

    • 58 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
87 Ratings

87 Ratings

OuiCommunicate ,

Have missed this!

Some of my favorite professional development! Dr. Hogan breaks down complex topics with her peers to help listeners understand. Love her easy conversational manner.

kedavison ,

A Researcher Willing to Listen

Dr. Hogan’s openness and willingness to learn from others is the defining attribute of this podcast. As a current PhD student at Boston University’s Sargent College, I highly recommend this to those in academia looking to ground their work in collaborative practice. Her approach to research and learning is one to emulate.

juliet n h ,

Thank you

My son went to the Southport school and we love Ben and the school! I can not tell you what a blessing Southport school has been for my family and my son! My son is now in 8th grade and holding his own! I shared this episode with so many! Thank you again!

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