For SLPs, Organization

Digital Material Storage for SLPs

  1. Rhonda says:

    Many many thanks!! I read through your post, then I watched the video! Your great ideas may just be what gets me through the next few years until retirement!! I’m excited to get to work on organizing digitally, then planning for the first month of school! You’re an angel!

    • Shannon says:

      Rhonda, YOU are an angel! Thanks for your kind words – I really appreciate it and I’m so happy the tips are useful for you! <3

  2. Annette says:

    I organize like that too, but I have a separate folder altogether for things I need to print and assemble. I like the “done” folder in each section though – that would make it much easier to find printables! You’ve inspired me to reorganize (again!) … Now to find the time!

    • Shannon says:

      Great ideas for having folders for things to “print” or things to “assemble”. I always just leave them on TpT but that could work really well for me! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Mary says:

    Shannon you have some early nice ideas. I appreciate the effort you put into this site and for sharing.

  4. Sabrina says:

    Do you know a school psychologist that has a page like yours? I love your site and the helpful information, I would just like to find something that is mainly for school psychologists 🙂

    • Shannon says:

      Thanks so much for your kind words about my blog! I do not know of any for school psychologists! Maybe try searching Pinterest? Or start one!! 😉 <3

  5. Penelope says:

    This is exactly the advice I was looking for – I have resources jumbled all over the place….I am going to get organised and your post has given me a great starting point. Thank you!

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