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SPCH2106 Phonological Disorders and Clinical Practice

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Dr Anne Hill is a speech pathologist of over 30 years experience. She has been teaching within the UQ speech pathology programs for over 10 years and has taught this particular course for the majority of that time. The focus of her research program is around scholarship of teaching and learning. Anne’s excellence in teaching has been recognised with School and faculty teaching awards and in 2015, Anne received a UQ Teaching Excellence award. Anne’s innovations in teaching focus around the use of simulated learning environments to support students’ development of critical skills for speech pathology practice. Anne is recognised as a respectful and inspiring teacher who facilitates student learning through active engagement with a range of different learning techniques and incorporation of her extensive clinical experience into lecture and activity content.

SPCH2106 Phonological Disorders and Clinical Practice and SPCH7820 Articulation and Phonological Disorders and Clinical Practic are foundation courses within the Bachelor of Speech Pathology (Honours) Year 2 program and the Master of Speech Pathology Studies Year 1 program. They are co-taught with similar lecture content for both groups, but with different clinical practice experiences and different assessment.

These courses focus on a key area of speech pathology practice, the assessment and management of speech sound disorders in children. The teaching and practical activities are designed to support students’ development of knowledge and skills related to this area. The courses involve a range of teaching and assessment activities, including face to face lectures focussing on background information and key strategies for understanding the clinical process, video case-based teaching, and in class learning activities focussed on practical aspects of speech sound assessment, analysis and interpretation, and intervention planning. Dr Hill makes excellent use of video and anecdotal examples from her clinical experience to support students’ understanding of concepts and application. She uses learning techniques such as open questioning, summarising learning in short chunks and respectful engagement with her students.

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