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Jennifer Bitz & Christy Musselman
Advocacy in Action Curriculum Guide, Worksheets and Assessment tracker for Lower Elementary-BUNDLE
$ 1695
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SL1 | SL2 | SL3 | SL4 | SL5 | SL6
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Complete curriculum guidance, fillable sheets, activities, and scenarios for instruction in amplification (including hearing aids, cochlear implants, and FM systems), listening environments, and social awareness situations. Also includes a a pre and post assessment skills tracker that can be used to determine strengths and needs, track skill acquisition, and create goals and objectives. Include items 0480-0501, 0475, 0479

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SKU: P07ADV0688
Date first listed on Teacher Tools Takeout: Jul 21, 2020

Jennifer Bitz, M.S.

Jennifer earned a bachelor’s degree in elementary education and a master’s degree in deaf education from Bloomsburg University. She worked as a classroom teacher and an itinerant teacher at the Capital Area Intermediate Unit in central Pennsylvania. In an intensive communication support classroom, she taught students in kindergarten through third grade who had hearing loss and other disabilities. Prior to teaching in the classroom, Jennifer had an itinerant caseload of mainstream students in kindergarten through twelfth grade who had hearing aids, cochlear implants, FM systems, and various alternative communication devices.

Christy Musselman, M.S., Ed.

Christy earned a bachelor’s degree in Education of Persons with Hearing Loss from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. She completed her master’s degree work at the University of Southern California while studying at the John Tracy Clinic. As an itinerant teacher of deaf and hard of hearing children at the Capital Area Intermediate Unit in central Pennsylvania, Christy taught in early intervention programs as well as school-age programs. Her caseload included students with hearing aids, cochlear implants, FM systems, and other assistive technology.


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