de Jonge's Classes

Welcome. Here's some of the supplemental material that I have gathered for classes I teach and have taught. Click one of the links to the left to go to information that is specific to each of the classes. Please note that I'm currently teaching only the first three classes. In case you are interested in the content, the remaining classes are listed for your interest. For the classes I'm currently teaching, much of the lecture material is posted to Blackboard (it's only available if you're enrolled for the course).

Here are some web sites of interest:

University of Central Missouri (formerly Central Missouri State University)
Americal Speech-Language-Hearing Association

American Academy of Audiology

To find material in the UCM library, do a Quest Search.

Interested in the Praxis Exam? ASHA's web site is a good place to start. You might also want to download the Audiology Test At A Glance (Audiology TAAG.pdf).

How to study effectively. How to get the most out of studying.
     It could be that you are trying very hard, want to do your best, but are not doing as well as you'd like. It might be because you're focusing on the wrong strategies. Is reading and re-reading the material enough? Should you make flashcards? Does it help to study in groups?
     Take a look at the following five short videos presented by Stephen Chew. Dr. Chew is a professor of cognitive psychology at Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama.
     For more detail, see the book "Make It Stick: The Science of Successful Learning by Peter C. Brown, Henry L. Roediger III, Mark A. McDaniel.