Interviews


Interview for Educational Proposal

Name of Interviewer: Michelle Eklund

Name of Interviewee: Ms. Ulak

Position: LSH Teacher/Therapist

Organization: SBCSS

Date/Time: August 17, 2009

Summary of Interview: Interviewee was asked what sorts of technology would be helpful for her or her colleagues in her practice.  She states that Skype video-conferencing would be helpful for doing long distance, speech pathology teaching sessions in rural or other isolated areas that are hard to reach.  She says that a program that would teach other professionals how to implement speech services via Skype and provide a think-tank for other creative uses of Skype in her professions would be helpful.

 

Interview for Educational Proposal

Name of Interviewer: Michelle Eklund

Name of Interviewee: Mr. Engman

Position: Early Childhood Special Education Specialist

Organization: SBCSS

Date/Time: August 17, 2009

Summary of Interview: Interviewee was asked what sorts of technology would be helpful for him or for his colleagues in his practice.  He states that Skype video-conferencing would be helpful to help him sign his aides up for in-services that are a long way away.  Because his classroom is in the high desert, most of the in-services that he wants his staff to attend are far away in San Bernardino and all the staff in his classroom is tired of the drive.  He also states that it would be wonderful to connect the children in his class with guest speakers, educational demonstrations, and musicians for music therapy.

 

Interview for Educational Proposal

Name of Interviewer: Michelle Eklund

Name of Interviewee: Ms. Thompsen

Position: LSH Teacher/Therapist

Organization: SBCSS

Date/Time: August 17, 2009

Summary of Interview: Interviewee was asked what sorts of technology would be helpful for her or for her colleagues in her practice.  She states that Skype video-conferencing would be helpful to help her in allowing her to attend department meetings and also for holding Speech and Language Development Meetings for parents of children with disabilities who reside in isolated areas.  It would also be helpful for giving Speech Therapy services to children who live at some distance from the school.