Loma Linda University

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Jean Lowry, PhD
Emeritus Professor, Communication Sciences and Disorders
School of Allied Health Professions
Other LLU Classes Outside Of Schedule 
Lecture
 
3/2006 - Present
3/2006 - Present SPPA 688 Seminar: Articulation
Diagnostic and remediation issues in articulation/phonology. Seminar hours: 30
1/2006 - Present Internet course
1/2006 - Present
1/2006 - Present SPPA 334 Phonological and Articulation Disorders (4)
Definition, classification, etiology, diagnosis, and treatment of phonological/articulation disorders. Class hours: 40
1/2006 - Present SPPA 434 Disorders of Fluency
Characteristics, theories of etiology, and principles of management of stuttering and other fluency disorders. Lecture hours: 20
1/2006 - Present SPPA 434 Disorders of Fluency (2)
Characteristics, theories of etiology, and principles of management of stuttering and other fluency disorders. Class hours: 20
10/2005 - Present
10/2005 - Present SPPA 685 Seminar: Fluency Disorders
Diagnostic and remediation issues in fluency disorders. Seminar hours: 30
9/2005 - Present
9/2005 - Present SPPA 318 Transcription Phonetics
Development of transcription skills using the International Phonetic Alphabet. Class hours: 30
* SPPA 284 Introduction to Speech-Language Pathology/Audiology
Survey course for students majoring in speech-language pathology and audiology, prospective teachers, and others who may encounter individuals with speech-language or hearing disorders. Major types of disorders. Etiology and treatment. Class hours: 14 hours + internet feedback/discussion
* SPPA 334 Phonological and Articulation Disorders
Definition, classification, etiology, diagnosis, and treatment of phonological/articulation disorders. Lecture hours: 40
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Interactive Teaching
 
10/2006 - Present Supervision at Loma Linda Elementary School
60 hours on site, plus grading and reports 3 students
1/2006 - Present SPPA 284 Introduction to Speech-Language Pathology/Audiology:
On-line course offered through Seventh-day Adventist Colleges/Universities. Survey course for students majoring in speech-language pathology and audiology, prospective teachers, and others who may encounter individuals with speech-language or hearing disorders. Major types of disorders. Etiology and treatment. 12 students; direct responding to students time = 4 hrs/wk minimum plus reading postings and grading.
10/2005 - Present Summer Screenings in SDA and other Christian Schools
30 hours, 8 students