Sounds good to me is an evidence-based training program designed by speech pathologists for educators to use with children 3-6 years old. Through this training, educators will acquire the skills and resources to implement a phonological awareness program. An online course for parents is also available.
User-friendly training and resources for educators
'Unmask the Ask'
Join us this month where we will ‘Unmask the Ask’.
Speech Pathologist Anna Haire will be talking about one of her favourite topics “Questioning”.
Questioning is such a powerful tool for educators. Asking questions encourages the development of general language and vocabulary as well as skills in comprehension, reasoning, inferencing, predicting and problems solving.
See you soon,
Anne Williams, Speech Pathologist and co-founder of Sounds good to me
Anna Haire, Speech Pathologist
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Many children start school without the speech and language skills they need to learn to read
Using Sounds good to me, educators can encourage and teach speech and listening skills to children in the early childhood setting or at school.
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All our courses are created by speech pathologists and align with the
Australian Early Years Framework.
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