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Meeting Cfe Outcomes Using AAC

by Joanna Courtney

on Wed Nov 05, 2014

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Creating an inclusive learning environment using assistive technology

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Do these sound familiar?

In everyday activity and play, I explore and make choices to develop my learning and interests. I am encouraged to use and share my experiences. HWB 0-19a

I value the opportunities I am given to make friends and be part of a group in a range of situations. HWB 0-14a

​Yes, that's right, they're Early Level Curricular Health and wellbeing outcomes from Curriculum for Excellence.

Now, how do we try to meet these particular outcomes for those pupils using AAC?

Well, you could try using some of the activities from CALL's Keep Talking Book, in particular the 'Communication Friends Groups' activities like

Show and Tell Photos

In this game the pupils show a special photo to a group of friends and answer questions about it using their Talker. They can then find out more about their friends’ photos by asking them some questions too.

Have fun and Keep Talking!

 

Tags: curriculum for excellence, AAC

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