By Trudy Stewart
Routledge, 2016, 102 p.
Provides teachers with background information about stammering, and tools and strategies to help support students who stammer. Covers preschool, primary, and secondary students. Discusses: identfying children at risk of developing a stammer; how to manage incidents of stammering; managing classroom communication and oral participation; helping children make and maintain relationships; helping children manage feelings associated with stammering; and working alongside speech and language therapists.
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