Moonshots

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An Expert's Take on Pragmatic Communication Disorder

Recently, we sought out the opinion of a professional in the field of language and the brain. Maria DiCindio, M.A., CCC-SL  is a speech language pathologist that works with children aged 3-11. She offered valuable feedback about our question:How can we improve the peer interactions for children with

(Audio) Feedback

Our initial question was how can we make online learning better for all parties: teachers, students, and parents? We know that right now times are difficult and stressful. We want to come up with a platform that makes online learning easier for everyone. Our solution before the feedback was to

Bilingualism Gang: Your Feedback

In the two weeks since our last blogpost, we’ve been actively engaged in thinking more about our ideas and what they would entail. After getting our peers’ feedback, we wanted to update you guys on where we stand right now! But first, to recap, our current working ideas:Prosody-preserving

They Wanted Dat, We Kept Dis

Peer Reviewing is an incredibly valuable aspect of creating any type of project or solving any problem. Constructive criticism is important for getting input from someone who has a different perspective than you. The feedback from our peers has allowed us to gain insights about how to strengthen the solution

Correcting Our Pitch

Our initial solutions:Solution 1 Zoom seems like the only platform most teachers use now for online learning. We want to create a completely new platform that combines good aspects of Zoom and other features that make online learning more like the physical classroom. Nowadays, you have to switch between

Phonetics Fanatics Rapid Evaluation Solutions

Original question: How can specific language impairment (SLI) be detected and prevented before young children begin showing signs of the disorder through their speech?Summary of feedback: Most students approved of our idea as a moonshot pitch, and they were mainly interested in seeing what solutions we would use after