This course will focus on supporting the language, literacy and academic development of students with Augmentative/Alternative Communication (AAC) needs. Participants will begin by learning how to accurately assess and record students' language and communication abilities at pre-symbolic, symbolic, and abstract symbolic levels. These needs will be analyzed relative to the academic and participation expectations of the learning environments. Participants will then identify appropriate tools and strategies that will promote the students' access, involvement and progress in the general education curriculum. The course will emphasize the use of flexible evaluation and planning formats to facilitate cohesion within and across the student's educational program.
Maureen Dacey ()
DATES: July 15 - August 9, 2013
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