|New Instructor Readings|
Required Readings for New instructor’s Theory Competency
Theories that Contribute to the Conceptual Framework and PROMPT Development
Updated - June 11, 2012
Please note that New Instructor Trainees are required to read articles 1-17, 19, 20, 23-28 and 32-39.
2 - Kass, J. (2004).Plasticity of somatosensory and motor systems in developing and mature primate brains. In Stockman, I. (Ed.) Movement and Action in Learning and Development: Clinical Implications for Pervasive Developmental Disorders. (pp.117-138) Elsevier-Academic Press, San Diego.
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6 - Kent, R. (2004). Models of speech motor control-implications from recent developments in neurophysiological and neurobehavioral science. In Maassen, B. Hultsihn, W., Kent, R.D., Peters, H.F.M., & van Lieshout, P. H. M. (Eds).Speech Motor Control in Normal and Disordered Speech. London: Oxford Press.
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8 - Mass, E., Robin, D., Shannon, N., Gabriele, W., Kirrie, J., Schmidt, R. (2008). Principles of Motor Learning in Treatment of Motor Speech Disorders. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. 17:277-298.
12 - Thelen, E.(1991). Motor aspects of emergent speech: a dynamic approach . In N. A. Krasnegor & D. Rumaugh (Eds.). Biological and behavioral determinants of language development, pp 339- 362. Hillsdale, N.J. : L. Erlbaum.
14 - Nelson, K. (2004). The event basis of conceptual and language development. In Stockman, I. (Ed.) Movement and Action in Learning and Development: Clinical Implications for Pervasive Developmental Disorders. (pp.117-138) Elsevier-Academic Press, San Diego.
16 - Wetherby, A. (1991). Profiling pragmatic abilities in the emerging language of young children. In T. Gallagher (Ed.), Pragmatics of language: clinical practice issues. (pp. 249-282). San Diego: Singular Publishing.
17 - Bloom, L. (2004). The integration of expression into the stream of everyday activity. In Stockman, I. (Ed.)Movement and Action in Learning and Development: Clinical Implications for Pervasive Developmental Disorders.(pp.139-168) Elsevier-Academic Press, San Diego.
All PROMPT chapters and research are necessary reading but those in bold are critical for the Instructor workshop.
21 - Dewey, D., Roy, E.A., Square-Storer, P.A. and Hayden, D. (1988) Limb and Oral Praxic Abilities of Children with Verbal Sequencing Deficits. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology. 30, 743-751Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology. 30-734-751
25 - Hayden, D.A. (2004). PROMPT: A tactually grounded treatment approach to speech production disorders. In I. Stockman (Ed.), Movement and action in learning and development: Clinical implications for pervasive developmental disorders (pp. 255–297). San Diego, CA: Elsevier–Academic Press.
27 - Hayden, D., Eigen, J., Walker, A. & Olsen, L. (2010). PROMPT: A tactually grounded model for the treatment of childhood speech production disorders. In L. Williams, S. McLeod, R. McCauley (Eds.).Treatment for speech sound disorders in children. Baltimore: Brookes Publishing Company.
30 - Houghton, Margaret A. (2003, September). The effect of the PROMPT system of therapy on a group of children with severe persistent sound system disorders. Queensland, Australia: School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Queensland. Available from PROMPT Institute Web site, http://www.promptinstitute.com/current_research.html.
33 - Rogers, S. J., Hayden, D. Hepburn, S., Charlifue-Smith, R., Hall, T., & Hayes, A. (2006). Teaching young nonverbal children with autism useful speech: A pilot study of the Denver Model and PROMPT interventions.Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 36, 8, 1007–1024.
34 - Square, P. A., Chumpelik (Hayden), D.A., & Adams, S. G. (1985). Efficacy of the PROMPT system of therapy for the treatment of acquired apraxia of speech. In R. H. Brookshire (Ed.), Clinical aphasiology: Conference proceedings (pp. 319–320). Minneapolis, MN: BRK Publishers.
35 - Square, P.A., Chumpelik (Hayden), D.,A. Morningstar, D., & Adams, S. G. (1986). Efficacy of the PROMPT system of therapy for the treatment of apraxia of speech: A follow-up investigation. In R. H. Brookshire (Ed.), Clinical aphasiology: Conference proceedings (pp. 221–226). Minneapolis, MN: BBK Publishers.
37 - Square, P.A. (1999). Treatment of developmental apraxia of speech: Tactile-Kinesthetic, rhythmic, and Gestural approaches. In A. Caruso and E. Strand (Eds.) Clinical Management of Motor Speech Disorders in Children. New York: Thieme Medical Publishers, pp. 149-185.
38 - Square, P. A., Hayden, D.A. Ciolli, L., Wilkins, C., & Bose, A. (2001, June). Speech motor performances of children with moderate to severe articulation disorder. Proceedings of the Fourth International Speech Motor Conference, 237–240. Nijmegen, The Netherlands: Vantilt.
39 - Ward, R., Leitao, S, & Strauss, G. (2009). The effectiveness of PROMPT therapy for children with moderate-to-severe speech disorders associated with Cerebral Palsy. Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology. 2009. 51. (Suppl. 5):76.