Skip navigation
All Places > Explore > TLLP

Getting All Children Talking.

Log in to follow, share, and participate in this project. Not a member? Join Now!

Recent Activity

leslies
There are so many really great things happening in this video, check it out and let me know what you think!    Poetry Reading
leslies
Video preview image▶︎
leslies
Since working with non-verbal students I have found they are usually surrounded by adults, which is understandable but I have also learned some of my most valuable lessons from watching how students interact with students with disabilities.  Giving peers a little understanding of their classmate, and allowing them to be creative while the adults… (Show more)
leslies
Video preview image▶︎
leslies
Click to view contentOur Project!   Giving children the ability to communicate their passions and future dreams is the vision for education. As educators we need to ensure all students have the opportunities and resources to support this vision. Non-verbal students are no exception, but without a voice, how do they express themselves, how can they contribute…
leslies
Click to view contentGetting friends involved with communication only helps everyone and the kids think it is really cool! Teaching classmates how a students communication device works will make for some awesome communication partners. This photo shows two boys are learning to navigate a non-verbal students eyegaze system with the help of the Educational Assistant.  
leslies
Click to view contentA simple way to include non-verbal students into your lesson is project their way to communicate on to the screen and model communication! You don't have to use the talker for every word but think about what the entire class can learn through this simple thing. Let all students give it a try also! Once you start you will wonder why you never did… (Show more)
leslies
Modifying Assignments Simplifying and cleaning up language on assignments is a quick and easy way to make assignments more accessible for non-verbal users but can also be helpful for the entire class. What is good for one students is usually good for all students. The following video shows a paper assignment that has been made using symbols along…
leslies
Click to view contentCalum's first selfie, he took it all by himself using his eyegaze computer, how cool is that!
leslies
Wait time between preprogramed phrases and constructing their own. Wait time is so important and can be a road block for many non-verbal kids, by the time they get out what they wanted to say many people have already moved on. Calum shows you the difference between preprogrammed phrases and when he has to construct a sentence on his own. … (Show more)
Load more items