Aiming for Accessibility: Making school work more accessible for your speller

If you are a parent, friend, or practitioner that knows and loves a speller, it is almost certain that you have experienced the frustrations of public school and how to navigate academics with a letterboard. With assignments built for people who are speaking and can complete fine motor tasks with ease, it can feel discouraging […]

A Conversation on Letterboard Etiquette

I was working with Zach Scheu on the writing prompt and it turned into a conversation between him and Nico. Nico was in the room but working with a different CRP and ended up commenting on what Zach said. The whole conversation happened very organically so I just went with it.  I thought they both […]

Letterboard Etiquette – I-ASC the Experts

April 2022 – Imagine I-ASC is putting together a book on letterboard etiquette – what do they need to include? Another installment of our monthly blog feature, “I-ASC(I Ask) the Experts”. Our goal is to turn over some of the most frequently asked questions or issues to the true subject matter experts – the spellers! “The […]

Top Tips for Feeding the Brain

If you’ve been around the world of S2C long enough, you’ve likely heard an S2C Practitioner throw around the expression “FEED THE BRAIN!” But what exactly is feeding the brain? In short, feeding the brain means providing your student with age-appropriate engaging input!  Within the world of S2C, we are addressing MOTOR differences that affect […]

Getting to S2C Fluency

I recently had the opportunity to collaborate with S2C Practitioner, I-ASC Leadership Cadre member, and overall superstar Debbie Spengler for the Getting to Fluency Webinar that was offered last month. (If you’re not familiar with these webinars, make sure to see our event page and follow I-ASC on Facebook and Instagram to take advantage of these […]

An Ideal CRP – I-ASC The Experts

February 2022 – What’s your idea of an ideal CRP? We have launched a new monthly blog feature called, “I-ASC(I Ask) the Experts”. Our goal is to turn over some of the most frequently asked questions or issues to the true subject matter experts – the spellers! “An ideal CRP is one who is congenial and […]

Getting Started with S2C ~ I-ASC the Experts

January 2022 – What’s your best advice for someone who wants to get started in S2C? As the new year rolls out, we are launching a new monthly blog feature called, “I-ASC(I Ask) the Experts”. Our goal is to turn over some of the most frequently asked questions or issues to the true subject matter […]

Overcoming My Silence by Learning S2C

Your essay is about overcoming challenges. What challenge do you want to write about? OVERCOMING MY SILENCE BY LEARNING S2C. Is your topic something you are comfortable sharing with others? I AM HAPPY TO SHARE WITH EVERYONE. Summarize the chronological order of your story. FIRST THE STORY OF MY LIFE BEFORE SPELLING. THEN MY JOURNEY […]

TRUE FAITH – THE ABCs of STARTING S2C

PLAY THIS SONG WHILE YOU READ THIS BLOG Warning: My blogs from this point forward might come with background music if you don’t mind. Today, it’s TRUE FAITH by New Order, one of my favorite 80’s bands.  This is my “new beginnings” song, and it reminds me of moving forward in good faith toward something […]

Fleeing the world of silence

How can early childhood education centers be more inclusive to children with disabilities? I was asked to share my experience and give my suggestions with a few of my nonspeaking friends at Autism Inclusion Training for early childhood educators last year. This is my speech. https://vimeo.com/567149061 Good morning ladies, gentlemen, and non-binary members of the E.C.E. (early […]

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