Articulation Tools & Resources Survey Step 1 of 616%Select from the following:* Speech Language Pathologist Accent/Voice Coach OtherExplain*Where do you practice?* Private Practice K-12 Schools University Hospital OtherExplain* What improvements are needed most to help your articulation/accent students progress faster?* Improved group therapy activities and resources Improved assignments, activities and reporting for home practice between sessions Improved options for teletherapy Improved tools/resources for eliciting specific sounds in isolation Improved tools/resources for drilling words/phrases accurately Improved tools/resources for generalizing sounds effectively There is no need for additional tools/resources for articulation OtherExplain*In your opinion, what is the most challenging part of working on the /r/ sound?*Teaching and eliciting an accurate and consistent /r/ in isolationTeaching and eliciting the many vocalic /r/ combinationsMaintaining consistency while practicing /r/ sounds in words and phrasesGeneralizing sounds, words and phrases into conversational speech after students are consistently practicing accuratelyIs the most challenging part of teaching other phonemes (s, l, ch, k, etc) the same as teaching /r/?*YesNoWhy not?* What commercial articulation/accent products (apps, tools, resources, etc) do you use the most? What do you like about them?*In your opinion, what kinds of tools or resources are missing for students and speech professionals which would have the biggest impact on student progress?* If an app were able to measure and rate the accuracy of a specific spoken consonant or vowel phoneme, how useful would it be to you in your therapy/training?*Very not usefulUsefulNeutralUsefulVery UsefulWould you recommend an app that measures the accuracy of a spoken phoneme to your students for home practice?*YesNoI don't knowWould you view such an app as a tool that competes with your professional training/efforts or a tool that compliments your professional training/efforts? Explain.*CompetesComplimentsI don't knowExplain*Would you use such an app in therapy/training sessions? If so, how would you use it? If not, why?*What specific client demographic or speech disorder would you consider using this type of app with? Explain.* If you could have a new app, tool or resource created just for you, describe what it would be? Please provide your email address if you are open to discussing your ideas further. Thank you!