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Block #2 - Considering AT for Your Learner

Communication is a prerequisite for teaching and learning. Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) is a tool or support that assists a learner with communicating a message. Building Blocks to Autonomous Communication focuses on the what, why, and how of supporting learners with Complex Communication Needs (CCN). The overarching goal is that individuals with CCN leave their educational programming as autonomous communicators - in other words, that they can say what they want to say, when they want to say it, how they want to say it, and with whom they wish to communicate. Each building block is designed to focus on a targeted set of knowledge and skills. This knowledge and set of skills will enable educators to provide effective instruction to individuals with complex communication needs. This second block focuses on the components of a multidisciplinary team approach to the Assistive Technology [AT (including AAC)] assessment process. BBtAC Course 03 of 12


30 minutes
121
Credit Eligible
30 ratings
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