TIP #4: Successfully Using Communication Practices in the Inclusive Class
- Jacqui Kearns, Jane Kleinert
This TIP provides background on the use of Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) devices for students with significant cognitive disabilities in inclusive classrooms. Key sectionsaddress the research evidence, definitions of key terms related to AAC use, descriptions of AACimplementation in an inclusive classroom, and resources on AAC use.
Kearns, J., & Kleinert, J. (2020). TIP #4: Successfully Using Communication Practices in the Inclusive Class. In TIES Inclusive Practices Series (TIPS) (No. 4). Minneapolis, MN: TIES Center, University of Minnesota.
- January 2020
- Sheryl Lazarus email@example.com or +1 612-625-6032
- Kristin K Liu PhD firstname.lastname@example.org or +1 612-626-9061
- TIES Center: Increasing Time, Instructional Effectiveness, Engagement, and State Support for Inclusive Practices for Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities
- University of Kentucky
- Education practices (K12 and transition)
- Inclusive education
- Instructional strategies
- Educational accountability and assessment
- Alternate Assessments