30 Posts You May Have Missed in September October 7, 2013 by Robin Parker - Leave your thoughts A- A+ Strategy of the Month Infusing Literacy Learning Opportunities into AAC Therapies AAC & Literacy: Setting the Stage Literacy Lessons for Beginning AAC Learners Literacy for Everyone with Adapted Books PrAACtical Thinking PrAACtical Resources: A Look at the NJC The PrAACtical Power of Contrast 31 Posts You May Have Missed in August Literacy: Cookies & Core 5 Things to Love About the SETT Framework 10 Tips to Encourage Love of Literacy 5 Easy Ways to Add Authentic Writing Experiences to Your AAC Therapy AAC & Dinosaur Apps for Literacy & Language 5 AAC Strategies and the Use It of Loose It Philosophy 10 AAC Intervention Apps We Can’t Live Without 5 Things to Consider About Prompts in Teaching AAC Loving Literacy in AAC Keep Calm & Write ON.. fro All Writers Thoughts on Involving Our Clients in AAC Vocabulary Selection Presuming Competence & Teaching AAC 5 reasons We Don’t (Typically) Use Speech Rules October PrAACtice Ideas- A Year of Core Words 5 Resources for Supporting People with Challenging Behavior Throwback Thursday: Ain’t No Stopping Us Now 5 Free AAC Learning Resources All About Literacy: Past Posts Video of the Week Literacy for All: A Video Series by Dr. Caroline Musselwhite A Quick Look At Core Vocabulary Write to Talk by Dr. Caroline Musselwhite Need Core Word Activities: Watch This AAC Friendly Accessible Books Filed under: PrAACtical Thinking Tagged With: literacy, past posts This post was written by Robin Parker Related posts Video of the Week: Bridging Literacy and AAC for Adolescents Video of the Week: The Critical Nature of Literacy in AAC Video of the Week: Fostering Emergent Writing in AAC Users How We Do It: AAC in the Special Education Classroom – Continuing the Journey Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.