Research results identifying the typical word recognition results for children with normal hearing ages 3-17 years. Results for single-word stimuli in quiet at 50dB and 35 dB, and in noise at 50 dB an
...d 35 dB. Typical scores are 90%+ in noise and 95%+ in quiet.
The information below has been derived from sections of the law and Office of Special Education Program comments. The guidance provided helPS- clarify the intent of IDEA and may be useful to professio
...nals and parents alike who are trying to advocate appropriate services and supports for children with hearing loss.
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.
Manual for the Screening Instrument For Targeting Educational Risk (SIFTER).
This checklist was created as a tool to screen the functional performance of
students with hearing loss
... in elementary school (ages 6-12). It includes a
scoring grid to identify areas of concern.
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.
MacArthur Communicative Development Inventories (MCDI) Vocabulary Checklist Level 1. For ages 8-13 months and 14-18 months. Receptive and Expressive vocabulary. Customized for responses that are verba
...l, in sign, and cued.
Procedure to present Ling sounds at different distances in quiet/noise, near/far. Functional listening assessment to identify listening bubble for Ling speECH- sounds. Child response to Ling sounds -
...pointing to images/toys, repeating sound, identifying images representing Ling sounds.
Are you used to logging in to Takeout as a Teacher Tools member? You need to use your password and the email address associated with your Teacher Tools account instead of your Teacher Tools username to login to Takeout and access your previously purchased files.
Login issues contact firstname.lastname@example.org