AAC in the Classroom: 5 Presentation Handouts
Looking for ideas on how to strengthen language learning by students with AAC needs in the classroom? Here are some presentation handouts that may spur your thinking.
- Start Talking in Class: Helping Students Using AAC Devices by Gail M. Van Tatenhove
- Incorporating AAC Use into the Classroom by Karen Vinson and Eleanor Thompson
- Aided Language Stimulation and the Descriptive Teaching Model by Gail M. Van Tatenhove
- Communication Peeled and Cored for the Classroom by Jennifer M. Ro and Amy Thomsen
- Score with Core: Implementing Core Vocabulary in the Classroom by Janet S. Lehr
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This post was written by Carole Zangari
These are really wonderful resources. Do you have access to any of the videos that were originally part of the presentations?
Thanks for sharing these great resources! I would also be interested to see some of the videos that went along with the presentation.
Thank you for your link to the PPT presentation “Start Talking in Class”. I am an administrator of a school that has an inclusion program and two of my students are non-verbal. One actively uses his AAC (he just got a site gaze–yay) and one doesn’t use it much other than a calculator for math. I have been working with the teacher to support this student better and your PPT will help give him some fresh ideas. We all appreciate it.