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Episode Overview –
Episode #151 is a discussion of the philosophy of Spontaneous Novel Utterance Generation (SNUG) and what the term “Presuming Competence” means in relation to teaching language to users of augmentative/alternative communication.
A.T.TIPS in this Episode –
A.T.TIP #478: Spontaneous Novel Utterance Generation (SNUG) – http://bit.ly/ashasnug
A.T.TIP #479: The Least Dangerous Assumption – http://bit.ly/leastdangerousassumptionpdf
A.T.TIP #480: http://bit.ly/aacagreements – A list generated at Edcamp at ATIA 2016 by professionals working in the field of AAC outlining 12 agreed upon principles.
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