SLP

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AcronymDefinition
SLPSan Louis Potosi (Mexico)
SLPSpeech Language Pathologist
SLPSpeech Language Pathology
SLPSlope
SLPService Location Protocol (RFC 2608)
SLPSecond Language Proficiency (examination)
SLPStudent Learning Project (various schools)
SLPSea Level Pressure
SLPSuper Low Power (electronics)
SLPSan Luis Potosi, San Luis Potosi, Mexico (Airport Code)
SLPSystem Locked Pre-Installation
SLPSuper Long Play
SLPSmart Label Printer
SLPService Location Protocol
SLPSoftware Licensing and Protection
SLPSite License Program
SLPSymposium on Logic Programming Conference
SLPSoftware Licensing Program
SLPService Level Protocol
SLPStreet Light Pole (various companies)
SLPSpring Lake Park (Minneapolis, Minnesota suburb)
SLPSuper Long Play (video tape recording)
SLPSocialist Labour Party
SLPSociaal Liberale Partij (Dutch: Social Liberal Party)
SLPSerious Leisure Perspective (psychology and sociology)
SLPSeated Leg Press (body building equipment)
SLPSpecial Limited Partnership
SLPSoftware Licensing and Protection (intellectual property)
SLPSocial Labour Plan (South Africa)
SLPSierra Leone Police
SLPSystematic Layout Planning
SLPSupplemental Liquidity Provider (stock market program)
SLPService Learning Program
SLPSchool Lunch Program
SLPSymposium on Logic Programming
SLPSunoco Logistics Partners (energy product; various locations)
SLPSpoken Language Processing
SLPSpecial Little People
SLPState and Local Program
SLPSite License Program (intellectual property)
SLPSafety Lighting Products (Canada)
SLPSecond Life Project (various organizations)
SLPSpecial Loan Program
SLPSenior Law Project (various locations)
SLPStudent Life Professionals (University of Toronto; Canada)
SLPSupported Living Program
SLPService Logic Program
SLPSuggested List Price
SLPStreet Legal Performance
SLPSaint Lucia Labor Party
SLPSeiko Label Printer
SLPState-Local Partnership
SLPSeaward Launch Point (US DoD)
SLPSingle Link Procedure (ITU-T)
SLPSelf Loading Pistol (firearms)
SLPSouthern Lower Peninsula (Michigan, USA)
SLPSociedad Limitada Profesional (Spanish: Professional Limited Liability Company)
SLPStandardized Language Profile
SLPStandard Long Play
SLPSurface Launch Platform
SLPSocial Democratic Welfare Party (Latvia)
SLPSpring Loaded Push
SLPSociété Linguistique de Paris (French)
SLPSpeed Limiting Point
SLPSystemwide Livestock Program
SLPSupervivencia Libre de Progresión (Spanish: Progression Free Survival)
SLPStunt Like My Partners
SLPSan Luis Obispo, California Cal Poly (Amtrak station code; San Luis Obispo, CA)
SLPScouting Landplane (US Navy)
SLPSturm-Liouville Problem (transmission lines)
SLPSystem of Least Prompts
SLPSerial Link Protocol
SLPSnap Lock Pin (fastener)
SLPSri Lanka Police
SLPStructured Learning Program
SLPSystem Locked Pre-Activation (Microsoft)
SLPSensor Link Protocol
SLPsuperficie lorda di pavimentazione
SLPStokey, Lucas and Prescott (economics)
SLPSuperintendent's Leadership Program
SLPStandardized Language Proficiency
SLPSociety for Liaison Psychiatry (affliate of the Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine)
SLPSears Low Price
SLPSaskatchewan Liberal Party
SLPShelf Life Program
SLPSuperior Learning Program
SLPService Level Plan
SLPStock Listed Price
SLPServices Launch Partners
SLPStrategic Logistics Program
SLPSacred Landmarks Partnership (of northeast Ohio)
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Each day, the special education teacher used a system of least prompts procedure to teach various leisure skills to the students with FMD in the special education classroom.
(1997) found the system of least prompts procedure delivered by the special education teacher was effective in teaching the leisure skills to the students with FMD.
In the 8-min instructional sessions, the teachers contingently imitated the child, applied the system of least prompts targeting the four types of pretense behaviors (functional play with pretense, object substitution, imagining absent objects, and assigning absent attributes), and praised all pretense behaviors.
Consistent with a system of least prompts, the prompt sequence was adapted based on the child response patterns.
This study examined the relation between the teachers' use of the system of least prompts and contingent imitation and pretense behaviors of children with disabilities.
When the teachers applied the system of least prompts, they modeled and physically prompted actions on toys and described the actions being prompted.
A secondary purpose of this study was to evaluate the teachers' acquisition of the intervention procedures (i.e., contingent imitation and system of least prompts).
TABLE 5 Median and Mean PND Values for Instructional Components Represented in Single-Subject Research (Purchasing Studies) Confidence Instructional Component Median Mean Interval Instructional Format Total task chaining 97.20 94.64 89.21-100 In vivo 95.35 87.18 55.76-100 Prompting Stimulus 99.00 98.80 96.54-100 Verbal model 98.00 91.97 77.98-100 Physical guidance 97.20 89.06 67.34-100 Physical model 97.60 90.88 73.81-100 Prompt Fading System of least prompts 97.20 79.29 47.88-100 Constant time delay 92.75 79.28 43.15-100 Error Correction Next level prompt 97.60 90.88 73.81-100 Student repeat correct 96.05 87.53 55.86-100 Reinforce Correct Response 97.60 85.75 68.79-100 Total 97.60 85.75 68.79-100 No.
The response prompting strategies (most-to-least prompting and progressive time delay, system of least prompts, antecedent prompt and test) that have been compared to trial-and-error and error-correction procedures are more effective and were more efficient in terms of errors to criterion.
The system of least prompts appears to be less efficient in some cases than most-to-least prompting in terms of errors to criterion, and produces more errors, trials, and minutes of direct instruction time than progressive time delay and constant time delay.
The most studied strategies were error correction, most-to-least prompting, system of least prompts, progressive time delay, and stimulus fading.
Second, while some of the strategies have been investigated extensively in isolation (e.g., system of least prompts, Doyle et al., 1988; time delay, Handen & Zane, 1987), the parameters of the procedures have not been investigated fully.
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