PrAACtical Thinking 31 AAC Posts You May Have Missed, November 2012

Published on December 3rd, 2012 | by Carole Zangari

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31 AAC Posts You May Have Missed, November 2012

PrAACtically Thinking

  1. PrAACtically Unfair: Why People Who Use AAC Sometimes Fail Tests
  2. It’s PrAACtically Chanukkah!
  3. Let’s Get Specific About Speech Intelligibility
  4. Thankful
  5. Funny Bones: Jokes for Sequential Message Devices/Apps
  6. Vocabulary Learning Materials & AAC Strategies
  7. Choosing a Focus for Vocabulary Instruction
  8. Vocabulary Learning Using Infographics
  9. Say THIS, NOT THAT to Reinforce Vocabulary Learning
  10. How to Use Magnets to Promote Language Development
  11. Vocabulary Activities: 5 Sites for Learning with Avatars
  12. What Makes a Good Vocabulary Teaching Activity? 4 Things to Look For
  13. Simple Start: Visual Supports for Places We Go
  14. 10 Things to Do in Using Focused Language Stimulation in AAC Vocabulary Teaching
  15. Tell Me About It: Focused Language Stimulation In AAC Vocabulary Teaching
  16. A Word About Word Order
  17. Avaz AAC App & Vocabulary Learning
  18. Magic Moments with Sentence Builder
  19. AAC Awareness Month Wrap-Up

Strategy of the Month

  1. Complete Vocabulary Instruction Ideas & Activities
  2. Explicitly Speaking: Vocabulary Teaching in AAC
  3. Building Word Consciousness: Vocabulary Instruction in AAC
  4. Ideas about Vocabulary Instruction for the Beginning Communicator
  5. Vocabulary Instruction In AAC

Video of the Week

  1. Pillow Talk: Mounting iPads/Tablets for Use in Bed
  2. Words Matter
  3. A PrAACtical Look at the Incredible 5-Point Scale
  4. Video of the Week: AT Under 3
  5. Hearing the Whispers

The Fives

  1. 5 AAC Handouts from the 2012 ASHA Convention
  2. 5 Great Sites for AAC Vocabulary Practice

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About the Author

Carole Zangari

Carole Zangari has been involved in the practice and teaching of AAC for over 20 years. She is a professor of speech-language pathology and has been fortunate to have been able to introduce many children and adults to the world of AAC. "Far and away the best prize that life has to offer is the chance to work hard at work worth doing." Theodore Roosevelt

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