Strategies for Using Classroom Based AAC Tools and Resources
One-day learning opportunity
Does your classroom, or a classroom you support, have a variety of AAC (Augmentative and Alternative Communication) tools collecting dust because you aren't quite sure how to use them with the students in your class? Do you want to establish a base of AAC tools to support the communication needs of ALL students in your classroom? Then join us for a hands-on make and take session. During the morning we will discuss the difference between classroom based and dedicated AAC tools. We will also review a variety of AAC tools and strategies to facilitate use of these tools across the day for students. During the afternoon, participants will be given time to create their own supports to use with the AAC tools in their classroom as well as create low-tech/no tech communication supports.
This training is intended for assistive technology professionals, speech-language pathologists, teachers, teaching assistants, and occupational/physical therapists.
COST INFORMATION: Workshop fee* waived for NSSED employees, Member District** employees, and parents of students in our member districts. For individual participants who do not meet the above criteria, certain fees will apply. NSSED reserves the right to cancel any workshop due to low enrollment. *Registration or material fee per participant will be indicated when registering and billed after the session. **Member Districts include: Northbrook 27, Northbrook 28, Sunset Ridge 29, Glenview/Northbrook 30, West Northfield 31, Glenview 34, Glencoe 35, Winnetka 36, Kenilworth 38, Lake Bluff 65, Lake Forest 67, Bannockburn 106, Deerfield 109, North Shore 112, Township HS 113, Lake Forest 115, New Trier 203, Glenbrook 225.