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The Use of an Eight-Step Instructional Model to Train School Staff in Partner-Augmented Input

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TitleThe Use of an Eight-Step Instructional Model to Train School Staff in Partner-Augmented Input
Publication TypeJournal Article
AbstractAn eight-step instruction model was used to train a self-contained classroom teacher, speech-language pathologist, and two instructional assistants in partner-augmented input, a modeling strategy for teaching augmentative and alternative communication use. With the exception of a 2-hr training session, instruction primarily was conducted during naturally occurring lessons in a self-contained classroom. All staff increased modeling on students’ speech-generating devices between pre- and post-test measures across activities.
AuthorsSenner, J. E., and Baud M. R.
Year of Publication2017
PublicationCommunication Disorders Quarterly
Volume38
Issue2
Pages89-95
ISSN1525-7401 (print) 1538- 4837 (online)
Publisher DOIhttp://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/1525740116651251
Keywords (MeSH)communication aids for disabled, language, speech-language pathology, teacher, teaching
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