PrAACtical AAC | Presuming Competence and Using The Least Dangerous Assumption

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PrAACtical AAC's latest post on the importance of presuming competence.

Outing The Prejudice: Making The Least Dangerous Assumption

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We highly recommend this brilliant article by Zach Rossetti and Carol Tashie on their interpretation of Anne Donnellan's concept of presuming competence, the least dangerous assumption.

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