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post May 21 2007, 02:28 PM
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Does anyone have any good goals for problem solving. The child is elementary age. Thanks so much.
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post May 25 2007, 06:51 PM
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There is really no goal that general because the underlying reason or reasons will be the area of impairment...to improve this deficit, problem solving activities are just one type of activity you would do. For example, if the child has formal assessment data, choose two or three of those areas and write a goal that applies..then use activities like matching, comparing, adding to, the opposite of, the same as, problem solving for, comprehension for, etc as activities to improve those bigger language area(semantics, articulation, syntax, expressive language). Hope this helps. Perhaps if you add more info about your student I could be more specific.
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