Practice Innovations: Language Practitioners in (South African) Classrooms
This paper considers the sources of inspirations that might inform socially relevant speech-language therapy practices in inclusive classrooms in South Africa.
||South Africa, Speech-Language Therapy, Language Practitioners, Classrooms, Innovation
International Journal of Learning, Volume 13, Issue 6, pp.9-18.
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A/Prof Harsha Kathard is a speech-language therapist and audiologist at the University of Cape Town. South Africa. She is the Deputy Director in the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences and is engaged in undergraduate and postgraduate research across health and social science disciplines. She is currently leading a South African National Research Foundation project towards collaborative practices focused on enhancing communication in complex classrooms in the Western Cape.
Dr Mershen Pillay, is also a speech-language therapist and audiologist from Durban, South Africa. He is currently practicing in the United Arab Emirates and is senior investigator involved in the above project lead by Prof. Kathard.
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