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Amie Schwartz Communication Storyboard
Updated: 7/13/2020
Amie Schwartz Communication Storyboard
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Storyboard Description

This Storyboard reflects my reaction to the videos and the website and shows my understanding of the importance of communication.

Storyboard Text

  • Maya's parents advocated for her when they saw the reports of her preschool evaluation. They kept looking for ways Maya can communicate. Maya is full of potential and has plenty to say.
  • QC Special Education
  • Maya Finds Her Voice
  • Maya went from communicating through sign approximations, signs, and gestures to speaking in sentences within just 2 years of using communication boards and communication apps on the iPad such as Proloquo2Go.
  • Language apps such as Proloquo2Go allowed Josh to communicate fully for the first time. It is hard to swallow that he often felt isolated and had bottled up what he wanted to convey. Communication apps help many like Josh have a voice.
  • QC Special Education
  • Apps for Auyism
  • People with autism who struggle to speak are making significant breakthrough with tablets and specially designed apps that help them to communicate.
  • Tablets and communication apps are not the only means of communication available. People with disabilities can communicate across a wide range of mediums. It is our job as educators to implement and evaluate what works best for our students. No student of ours should ever feel isolated, only empowered!
  • QC Special Education
  • San Francisco Bay Area
  • Judith Scott is deaf and never developed language because her deafness went unknown. Through Creative Growth, she communicates through her contemporary art and color. She is seen like any other artist conveying a message, a creator of creativity.
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