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Two years ago I was feeling a little bored and dare I say it. burned out. I went to a conference that Karen Erickson presented at and I di. Vocabulary Instruction, Vocabulary Activities, Language Activities, Classroom Activities, Daycare Curriculum, Spanish Vocabulary, Speech Activities, Language Lessons, Teaching Spanish

Multisensory Approach to Core Vocabulary in Special Education

Two years ago I was feeling a little bored and dare I say it... burned out. I went to a conference that Karen Erickson presented at and I di...

Free Online Activities for Learners with Significant Special Needs This is an update of the post listing online switch activities for. Speech Therapy Activities, Speech Language Therapy, Speech And Language, Classroom Activities, Classroom Ideas, Preschool Kindergarten, Educational Activities, Multiple Disabilities, Importance Of Time Management

Free Online Switch Activities - Updated 11/9/2015

Resources and ideas for teachers and caregivers of learners with severe, profound, intensive, significant, complex or multiple special needs.

Browse over 50 educational resources created by Ellen Levine in the official Teachers Pay Teachers store. Speech Therapy, Vocabulary, Core, Teacher, Education, Speech Language Therapy, Professor, Speech Language Pathology, Articulation Therapy

Ellen Levine

Browse over 50 educational resources created by Ellen Levine in the official Teachers Pay Teachers store.

Browse over 50 educational resources created by Ellen Levine in the official Teachers Pay Teachers store. Speech Therapy, Dice, Vocabulary, Modeling, Language, Teacher, Lettering, Education, Words

Ellen Levine

Browse over 50 educational resources created by Ellen Levine in the official Teachers Pay Teachers store.

Student using augmentative communication (a speech generating device) to identify vocabulary in an interactive book about Thanksgiving. From 5 Ways to Use Interactive Books in the Classroom by Autism Classroom Resources. Pinned by AJM Speech Therapy Activities, Speech Language Therapy, Language Activities, Speech And Language, Speech Pathology, Receptive Language, Life Skills Classroom, Autism Classroom, Special Education Classroom

3 Areas of Goals for Using Augmentative Communication with Interactive Books

There are so many things you can do with augmentative communication and interactive books that I wanted to share some specific goals and objectives to target.

Are you looking for more ways to build vocabulary with students who use AAC devices? We've got some great ideas for you! Speech Therapy Activities, Speech Language Pathology, Speech And Language, Language Activities, Life Skills, Students, Therapy Ideas, Special Education, Assistive Technology

Using AAC More in the Classroom- Meaningful & Useful Tips | NoodleNook

Are you looking for more ways to build vocabulary with students who use AAC devices or a VOD? Here are 6 phrases to get you using AAC more in the classroom!

Looking for fun, age-appropriate activities for your AAC user?oversize core vocabulary YES Communication Activities, Autism Activities, Vocabulary Activities, Speech Therapy Activities, Speech Language Therapy, Language Activities, Communication Skills, Speech And Language, Speech Pathology

Strategies for engaging autistic students - AssistiveWare

Engaging autistic students is all about recognizing their strengths and interests. Amanda provides 14 creative activity ideas to build language and meaningful communication.

Augmented Communication Core Vocabulary with Board Books — Kim Rankin.Suggested core words to emphasize for selected books Vocabulary Activities, Speech Activities, Language Activities, Therapy Activities, Therapy Games, Speech Language Pathology, Speech And Language, Special Education, Communication Boards

Augmented Communication Core Vocabulary with Board Books — Kim Rankin

At our last augmented communication team session, one of the therapists asked me how Nathaniel does with books. "Oh," I thought to myself, "we're doing great here. They will be so impressed!" Out loud I said, "Really well! We read ten to fifteen books a day. We get books from the library. We have set times through out the day when we read. And we use the talker while reading too!" They asked for further explanation on my last point. I have read to Nathaniel since his first day home…

Braille and tactile book adaptations for children who are blind or visually impaired. I love this pin because it is a fun way for blind or visually impaired children to have a chance to be interactive with a book. Multiple Disabilities, Learning Disabilities, Visually Impaired Activities, Braille, Sensory Book, Sensory Play, Early Literacy, Literacy Centers, Special Education Classroom

Braille and Tactile Book Adaptions

Tips to adapt books with braille and tactile materials for emerging readers

Confused by AAC |Ten SLP Resources for AAC Beginners | Pinned by AR Voice Therapy, Speech Therapy, Autism Resources, School Resources, Speech Language Pathology, Speech And Language, Therapy Ideas, Special Education, Teacher Stuff

Confused by AAC? Ten SLP Resources for AAC Beginners - Speech Spotlight

You have a student in one of your classes that just goat a brand new AAC device and you panic because you don’t know what to do. So you google it, read the device manual and maybe even contact the manufacturer. You figure out how to turn it on, maneuver through the screens and maybe even how to program some new buttons. But how do you get the student to use it? What do you work on first? How do you get buy in from the adults in the student’s life? Sound familiar? That was me a few years ago…

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