Julie Gatts is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Kansas. She has taught courses at the University of Kansas and at Fort Hays State University. She has been a clinical educator since 1996 focusing in the area of acquired disorders, primarily with adults. Teaching has focused on clinical processes at the undergraduate level and on cognitive communication and language disorders along with professional issues at the graduate level.
M.A., Speech Pathology, University of Kansas
B.G.S, Speech and Drama, University of Kansas
I believe teaching should engage students to a level where they are inspired to seek out more information about the topic. Projects and assignments that allow the student to demonstrate how they can apply the information presented in readings, lectures, and discussion are a focus.
Gatts, J. Leatherman, E. Brill, S. & Caulfield, M. . (11/09/2017). Visual Supports and Aphasia: An Approach to Improving Conversation Group Outcomes. American Speech and Hearing Association 2017 Conference. Los Angeles, CA
Gatts, J. Leatherman, E. Brill, S. & Caulfield, M. . (09/22/2017). Visual Supports and Aphasia: An Approach to Improving Conversation Group Outcomes. Kansas Speech and Hearing Association 2017 Convention. Overland Park, Kansas