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This powerpoint provides information on what AAC is, what autism is, how evidence based practice (EBP) applies to AAC use, a review of the current research on AAC and autism, utilizing EBP in the classroom (in terms of assessment and implementation), and directions for future research. (*see comment for more)

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Not all scientific studies are created equal - David H. Schwartz | Checking the validity of any study is important. Claims cannot be substantiated or disproved without replication and opinions should only be based on evidence and logical argument. Also, the term 'subject' used in this video is no longer acceptable today, as it is considered demeaning. The term used instead is 'participant'.

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57 Thoughts Every Lesbian Has When They See Another Lesbian

https://www.buzzfeed.com/floperry/thoughts-every-lesbian-has-when-they-see-another-lesbian?utm_term=.eaJy5WRod#.hxKaAyWmX You're not stereotyping, you're just coming to evidence based assumptions.

Show me the Evidence sentence starters. Put in writing notebooks as a reminder. This site (Oscar Learn, Oscar Teach!) has lots of great stuff!

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Anchor chart for using evidence based terms. Great for preparing students for Common Core

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One of the pages in the Reasons and Evidence Unit by The Teacher Next door. Great practice with comprehension as well as citing evidence. $

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Do your kids need help understanding how to show evidence? These posters provide a great visual aid! :)

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Evidence anchor chart - Reading responses Site:Create●Teach●Share

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Showing Evidence Freebies - Life in First Grade

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