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Due to public health concerns about the Covid-19 virus, PRC-Saltillo will only be providing in-person trainings when we can comply with CDC and local guidelines, and we feel we can ensure the health and safety of our hosts, attendees, and trainers. As conditions change, trainings may be moved online, as necessary. If you have questions about PRC-Saltillo trainings, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students who use AAC typically receive much of their language intervention in the classroom. Given this, it is important to teach vocabulary and language concepts as well as academic content when delivering curriculum. In order to achieve this, often the curriculum may need to be modified and the essence of the core standard identified to match the abilities and learning styles of the students.This class focuses on using backwards planning as a method to create authentic and meaningful lessons for emerging communicators. After this class you will be able to:
Video of educators and emerging communicators who use AAC will be shown to demonstrate the various stages of creating a lesson using backwards planning. This class is intended for people who educate students who use AAC in a classroom setting.
You may watch the entire recording or choose the section that meets you need.