Making Language Visible for Infants, Toddler and Preschool Students (On-Demand)

Making Language Visible for Infants, Toddler and Preschool Students (On-Demand)


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Recorded: June 25, 2020

Length: 90-Minutes

Making Language Visible is a strategy used to help parents and teachers make language or communication visible for the child or student with significant language impairments. Infusing these strategies into routine activities and breaking down the strategies based on the facilitator’s comfort zone can foster greater overall success.

This session will demonstrate how the levels of Making Language Visible can be used by the facilitator of young toddlers and beginning communicators at home, in preschool, and early childhood programs. This session will address a broad range of students, and how to layer communication and literacy supports into everyday activities at home and at school.

Pati King DeBaun, M.S., is a Speech Language Pathologist and Consultant specializing in assistive technology, Creative Communicating, Park City, UT.