Lori J Marra, M.A., CCC-SLPClinical Instructor
Rangos School of Health Sciences
420 Fisher Hall
Education:M.A., Speech-Language Pathology, Kent State University, 1984
B.A., Speech Pathology and Audiology, Duquesne University, 1982
Mrs. Marra has been a practicing speech-language pathologist in the Pittsburgh area since 1984. She was worked in both inpatient and outpatient facilities treating adults with neurological impairments and children with speech and language impairments.
At Duquesne, Mrs. Marra is a Clinical Instructor in the Child Language Clinic where she supervises graduate students in the evaluation and treatment of children with language disorders. In addition, Mrs. Marra teaches Normal Speech and Language Development to undergraduate students. In the course, she instills the student's learning of the fundamental theories, terminology and stages related to typical speech and language development in children.
SLP 205W Normal Speech and Language Development
SLP 540W Clinic I
SLP 541W Clinic II
SLP 542 Clinic III
"Language Interventions," Co-author of chapter in book Autism Spectrum Disorders, Oxford Press, 2011.
"Formative Feedback for Clinical Documentation in a University Speech-Language Pathology Graduate Program," Co-author of article in Perspectives on Administration and Supervision, Fall 2010.
"Formative Assessment of Clinical Documentation Skills," Poster Session presented at American Speech, Language and Hearing National Convention, New Orleans, Louisiana, November 2009.
"Speech and Language Assessment in Early Childhood," Presentation to doctoral students in School of Education at Duquesne University, October, 2010.
"Strategy Teaching: Word Retrieval and Discourse Deficits," Presentation to Allegheny County Intermediate Unit, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, August 2009.