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Integrating the iPad with AAC Modeling  During Shared Storybook Reading and Play

Integrating the iPad with AAC Modeling During Shared Storybook Reading and Play

Avoiding Insanity: AAC & the Pace of Change

Avoiding Insanity: AAC & the Pace of Change

Communication Partner Instruction in AAC: Present Practices and Future Directions: Augmentative and Alternative Communication: Vol 21, No 3

Communication Partner Instruction in AAC: Present Practices and Future Directions: Augmentative and Alternative Communication: Vol No 3

Super Size It: 5 Ideas for Making Large Communication Displays

Super-Size It! 5 Ideas for Making Large Communication Displays

praacticalaac.org Great template for taking observation notes on the AAC user's opportunities/ lack of opportunities of class participation. What can be changed? And what works well? -Pinned by SEH

praacticalaac.org Great template for taking observation notes on the AAC user's opportunities/ lack of opportunities of class participation. What can be changed? And what works well? -Pinned by SEH

Do’s and Dont’s of Implementing Real Communication Through AAC

Today I was delighted to present with David Niemeijer from AssistiveWare on this topic on the first day of the AGOSCI National Conference. As promised during the presentation, the handout can be a…

Becoming America’s Next Top Modeler | Gail Van Tatenhove

Becoming America’s Next Top Modeler

Becoming America’s Next Top Modeler | Gail Van Tatenhove

Integrating AAC Instruction with Curriculum Standards. Pinned by: M.Jenkins

Integrating AAC Instruction with Curriculum Standards

This group is for speech-language pathologists (SLPs), educators, and assistive technology (AT) specialists who are bringing modeling to their classrooms by providing staff instruction in partner-augmented input (PAI). The goal of the group is to provide a forum for sharing resources and successes as well as to provide support for school teams who are facing implementation challenges when serving students using augmentative and alternative communication (AAC).

This group is for speech-language pathologists (SLPs), educators, and assistive technology (AT) specialists who are bringing modeling to their classrooms by providing staff instruction in partner-augmented input (PAI). The goal of the group is to provide a forum for sharing resources and successes as well as to provide support for school teams who are facing implementation challenges when serving students using augmentative and alternative communication (AAC).

Aided Language Stimulation @ www.aacinstitute.org Links to videos and more info

Aided Language Stimulation @ www.aacinstitute.org Links to videos and more info

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