Tobii Dynavox’s Pathways provides a free set of lesson plans, activities, banks of pre-written goals which can be ticked off, and videos. Pathways Divides competency achievement into
Janice Light’s four areas which makes it really easy to ensure you are not missing anything out. Although it was designed to accompany Snap & Core First, these resources can be applied for all symbol communication aids and provide
a clear and easy way to measure and orientate progression.
Project Core is a free resource to skill up teachers and other people who support emergent communicators such as young children. It is seen primarily as a professional development package for therapists,
teachers and other professionals but the resources can be used to support implementation of AAC in the classroom with a wide range of individuals.
The makers of Proloquo2go and Proloquo4text also provide a well-researched and easy-to-read articles on their website. They cover everything from the basics of ‘presuming competence’
and ‘modeling,’ they also provide a lot of useful to help you with:
- Engaging when interacting
- Developing language
- Teaching grammar
- Preparing for literacy
AssistiveWare also offer a range of free worksheets and other resources to help support the learning of core words in the classroom. The three founding
principles of the Core Word Classroom are:
AAC Language Lab provides lesson plans, activities and resources to help keep children’s AAC language development on track. There are some free resources but if you want to make the most
of the content you will need to pay a subscription.