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Christopher Bugaj

Ace's speech at the Minspeak Australian Tour Melbourne, i 2015 with Bruce Baker & Chris... - 0 views

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    Minspeak user gives a talk about how using the system impacts his life.
Christopher Bugaj

Summary of Unity Language Patterns - 1 views

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    A brief description of the five patterns of Unity. Use this to demystify Unity to a new user or the family of the user.
Cynthia Feist

Four Blocks Literacy Model - 0 views

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    PDF describing the principles behind the Four Block literacy framework
Christopher Bugaj

TEDxMacatawa - Chris Klein - seeing unique abilities - YouTube - 1 views

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    "Chris Klein is a voice to those that have none and helping hand to those with disabilities, even though he was born with cerebral palsy and uses augmentative communication to help him interact with the rest of the world. Over the past four years, Chris has been working closely with people that use AAC. He has recently been elected president of USSAAC (United States Society of Augmentative Alternative Communication). He has also formed an organization called BeCOME AAC. It stands for Building Connections with Others through Mentoring and Education about AAC. Chris is a graduate of Hope College and has studied at Western Theological Seminary. He currently lives in Grand Rapids with his wife Dawn."
Mark Nichols

197 Educational YouTube Channels You Should Know About - Teachers With Apps - 0 views

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    These channels allow instructors to share information and blend media in unprecedented and exciting ways. These are the top channels worth following based on views, subscriptions, and quality of content.
Judith Schoonover

PrAACtical AAC | Supports for language learning - 0 views

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    "With consideration for some of the most frequently recommended visual supports in mind, this small 5 ½ x 8" binder includes a First/Then board, a Personal Picture Schedule, and a Task Analysis Checklist, with a Finished Pocket on the front cover.  Each of these is easily available by flipping or opening the folded board which is adhered to the Finished Pocket.  A Token Reward board is on the back cover. The picture symbols and tokens for all these tools are housed inside the binder on plastic tabbed dividers covered in adhesive carpet tiles."
Christopher Bugaj

Parental intervention for children with Autism [Infographic] - 0 views

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    Cool inforgraphic making the case for SLPs training parents rather than just providing direct services
Sally Norton-Darr

https://aaclanguagelab.com/files/implementation.pdf - 0 views

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    It can be difficult at first to shift from thinking about AAC in pre-programmed phrases and sentences and activity based
    pages to focusing on using core words. Once the shift is made; however, it becomes easy to look at using core words in
    natural, everyday occurrences as core words make up 75-80% of everyone's daily, natural language. Listed below are daily
    activities that typically occur in a classroom and ways to use core words during these activities at the one-word, two-word,
    and three-word level to help get the thinking process started. Notice how many of the core words and phrases can be used
    throughout the day in various situations and activities.
Sally Norton-Darr

Let's Talk: About AAC & AAC Apps for ipad/iphone - Technology in (SPL) Education - 0 views

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    considerations and guiding principles in AAC
Sally Norton-Darr

Assistive Technology / 2013videolib - 0 views

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    Video on accessing language in Boardmaker
Sally Norton-Darr

Group items matching "aac" in title, tags, annotations or url - lcpsat | Diigo Groups - 0 views

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    all LCPS bookmarks tagged AAC
Sally Norton-Darr

October is International AAC Awareness Month | Communication Matters - 0 views

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    activities to raise awareness of aac
Sally Norton-Darr

ISAAC - International AAC Awareness Month 2014 - 0 views

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    activities to raise awareness of aac
Christopher Bugaj

Teaching Learners with Multiple Special Needs: The Yes/No Series - Part Two - 0 views

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    Teaching yes/no
Christopher Bugaj

Glenda's Assistive Technology Information and more...: Teaching Yes/No Responses - 0 views

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    Teaching strategies and considerations for the words/language concepts "yes" and "no".
Christopher Bugaj

http://www.gadoe.org/Curriculum-Instruction-and-Assessment/Special-Education-Services/D... - 1 views

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    Jennifer Ro and Amy Thomsen presentation on how to implement core vocabulary IDEAS 2014 Conference Forsyth County Schools Assistive Technology Team
Sally Norton-Darr

Sight Words: Teach Your Child to Read - 1 views

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    free resources to teach your child to read
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