AAC and the Inclusive Classroom Presentation Summary:
Studies have shown that inclusive education provides substantial benefits for students with and without disabilities. Yet many struggle to create classrooms that meet complex communication, sensory and physical support needs, while also fostering belonging and friendship. In this session, teachers, paraprofessionals and parents of AAC users from one elementary school will share their approach to developing classrooms where AAC users are thriving with communication, literacy and authentic peer relationships. We will address fostering shared beliefs, building the team, classroom culture, person-centered planning, program planning and assessment, and practical strategies, tools (high- and light-tech), and adaptations.
Closing the Gap: AAC and the Inclusive Classroom Presentation
We will be missing time away from our students in hopes that other school teams, families, and students can benefit from our successes here.
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We would love to be able to share and learn from other experts in the field to help support all classrooms to be inclusive of all learners who walk through the door! Any donations are so deeply appreciated.
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