At Speech & Language Development Australia (trading name for the CHI.L.D. Association) we value transparency and are committed to sharing information to enable the community to confidently partner with our organisation.
You can read and download our Annual Reports below, or contact us if you us to send you a hard copy.
Annual Reports by year
The Think, Pair, Share technique was developed by Frank Lyman from the University of Maryland in 1981. Think, Pair, Share is a cooperative learning technique which was designed to promote critical thinking and educational communication in the classroom.Login to download
Vocabulary is important for all aspects of daily life such as during conversation, following instructions, reading and writing. Early language development is important for reading and academic success. Some students require vocabulary to be explicitly taught as it may be difficult to acquire vocabulary through incidental learning alone.Download (624.88 KB)