Auditory Processing and Functional Workplace Communication

Auditory Processing and Functional Workplace Communication

This teacher was observed facilitating a process where students presenting were asked to interpret and repeat the feedback they received from each student using the phrase, “What I hear you saying is….” 

The goal is to have students strengthen auditory processing and comprehension over time by attending to the language of their peers and then recalling the feedback when prompted. By strengthening auditory processing and comprehension, students will increase their ability to follow a multi-step directive, such as a task that may be verbally described in the workplace. These workplace social skills provide the opportunity for students role-playing workplace communication and promote positive interactions with peers. 

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