Unlock the Power of Audio: Introducing Kit’s New Recording Feature!

By Lisa Kathman

Have you ever not taken data on a student or group of students because you were too busy…teaching?! 🙂

Now, picture this: with just a few clicks, you can effortlessly capture the audio of your instructional sessions, opening up a world of possibilities for reviewing and analyzing your instruction with unparalleled depth and precision. But why is this feature such a game-changer, you ask? Let’s dive in!

Enhance Your Post-Instructional Analysis

Ever feel like you missed some crucial moments or interactions during your real-time instruction? With Kit’s Audio Recording feature, you can say goodbye to those worries. Dive deep into your sessions to identify key moments and interactions that might have slipped past you during instruction, giving you a more thorough understanding and analysis of student interactions and responses.

Keep Student Engagement Front and Center

We all have those students who demand our undivided attention – and rightly so! With the recording feature, you can focus solely on your students during instruction, without the distraction of extensive note-taking. It’s all about maintaining that 100% engagement, 100% of the time.

Streamline Your Review Process

No more digging through piles of notes or struggling to remember what happened during a session. Kit’s audio review process is streamlined and efficient, giving you easy access to flagged moments and key session events. So you can spend less time searching and more time making a difference in your students’ lives.

If you haven’t already, sign up for a free beta account now and experience the transformative power of audio-enhanced instructional sessions with Kit.

Until next time, keep being the incredible educators and therapists that you are!

Lisa Kathman
Lisa has been a speech-language pathologist since 1997. As an SLP, Lisa has worked exclusively with pediatrics in home health, clinics and in schools. She was formerly the lead SLP in the largest school district in Arizona, and is passionate about mentoring other SLPs, graduate students and clinical fellows. Lisa is the co-founder of SLP Toolkit (www.slptoolkit.com) and Bright Ideas Media (www.bethebrightest.com), an ASHA approved continuing education provider. Lisa currently serves as a member of the ASHA Continuing Education Board.

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