My bloodshot eyes strain to read the pdf instructions flashing across my computer screen. I would not call it a balancing act. It is more like a teeter-totter, down with the guilt of not feeling prepared and up with the anxiety of finding something that is just right. It is not just about finding stuff to do; it is about finding quality content that you can use in an online session throughout the entire school year.
eLuma Online Therapy is hosting a Partnership Showcase with Everyday Speech to discuss quality online content. Three experienced eLuma telepractioners, Erin Nelson, Megan Beaver, and Rachel Keener, will share experiences and strategies for finding and identify quality content. There is so much content at a telepractioner’s fingertips, an infinite amount, and not enough time to comb through it all. The three eLuma clinicians will share their strategies to coordinate with colleges, organizing materials, and structure lessons specifically for telepractice. They will highlight the potential technology and online therapy have to shorten telepractioners caseload management time.
Cal and Brittany Brunell, co-founders of Everyday Speech, will also share their passion for creating research-driven content.
eLuma clinicians can register for the Clinician Partnership Showcase here.
About the Author
Joy Marie Curtis, eLuma CX Operations Coordinator, Master in Education with an emphasis in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, B.S. Early Childhood Education with a minor in International Relationships, experience teaching kindergarten on the Navajo Nation reservation and in rural Utah at a title I school.