Video of the Week: AAC Explainer for Descriptive Teaching
Descriptive teaching is a strategy that is widely recommended to support AAC learners. In today’s featured video, we highlight a quick explainer video that captures the essence of this important strategy.
Many thanks to Becca Eisenberg, of Language During Mealtime, for this fun video.
Direct Link to Video – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SUKE2i_VnYY&ab_channel=LanguageDuringMealtime
Filed under: Video of the Week
Tagged With: descriptive teaching, Language facilitation strategies
This post was written by Carole Zangari
I made a comment on the YouTube video. This might be a fine video for most people. For those of us who are blind or visually impaired it is either very frustrating or impossible to learn from because it contains no audio. I had to stop it many times in order to have the time to see the examples and read the text. Please try make comments when people produce things that are not accessible to all people. Many comments make change!
Naomi, thanks for pointing this out. We’re on a path to improve accessibility and this gives us one more chance to think through areas that need to be addressed.
thank you for your comment. I am working on a solution and will make sure that I address your access with the videos. Would an audio recording to play with the video be helpful? I can add those audio files on my website to download. Let me know what you think.