This excerpted information from Building Skills for Success in the Fast-Paced Classroom provides some background to assessment for students who are deaf or hard of hearing and then includes sample rep
...orts with language for observation reports, speech perception, auditory skills, social and conversational competence, self-concept, self-advocacy, and curriculum access.
Teacher Checklist to rate communication style of student with hearing loss (passive, aggressive, assertive) for different responses when a listening challenge occurs. Rating for independence with hear
...ing tECH-nology, seating, advocacy. Fillable.
Informational article describing the legal foundation supporting tailored assessment for students with hearing loss and need for effective performance review. Refers to Resources for Identifying DHH S
...tudent Needs which is available from Teacher Tools Takeout.
Estonian Translation. Listening Inventory For Education - Revised 15 questions in the Student Appraisal. Photos of school situations representing each question. Emoji icons representing rating scale c
Hearing screening guidelines were compiled in 2011 for the American Academy of Audiology. Guidelines are for students in preschool and K-2,3-5,6-8,9-12 and include specific recommendations for use of
...puretone, otoacoustic emissions, and tympanometry screening plus recommendations for follow up.
Extensive assessment resource developed by DHH professionals in Minnesota. Overview of assessment, formal vs. informal, intellectual, social emotional, language, reading, early childhood, transition,
...appendices. Revised in 2008.
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