Although many families are now familiar with virtual learning, some may not have clarity when it comes to virtual support services. This resource is a letter that can be sent home to families. It expl
...ains in simple terms the process of working with a virtual Teacher of the Deaf.
Inservice meetings can often been stressful for teachers, especially at the beginning of the school year. Use this resource as a way to check-in with your DHH student's educational team following an i
...nservice at the beginning of the year. This resource contains a collection of helpful questions to ask your DHH student's educational team after a meeting to see if any more support is needed.You can use the document as it is or you can pick and choose which questions you want to use in an online form.Have a great start to the school year!
New to itinerant teaching or ready for more organization to the crazy start to the school year? The Back to School Checklist provides a step-by-step checklist to remind you of what is needed for each
...of your students. It includes a template you can use to create a Teacher Letter for each student. Take this step to getting better organized!
This resource is a Powerpoint presentation that outlines the role of a virtual Teacher of the Deaf/Hard-of-Hearing. The presentation describes the remote learning process, the role of the Teacher of t
...he Deaf, and some benefits of remote learning. It can be used as an inservice tool or as an introduction to remote learning for school personnel who may not be familiar with working with a remote team member.
All itinerant teachers need to be sure that they have compliant and best practice IEPs. This checklist provides a step-by-step way to review all information necessary for every IEP in a systematic way
..., from signatures and assessment to Present Ed Levels and Transition and everything in between! This item includes a fillable PDF form, and a Word document that integrates a dropdown feature with suggested answers or assessments. At only $1.00, you deserve this assurance that you are truly complying with all IEP requirements. And it is always a PLUS to be organized!
Informational article for families and school personnel unfamiliar with the impacts of hearing loss on effort, attention, and learning. This introduction assists in understanding the need for assessme
...nt, support, and accommodations when a student has hearing loss.
Morphology is the aspect of language concerned with the rules governing change in word meaning. Morphological development is analyzed by computing a child’s Mean Length of Utterance (MLU). This handou
...out provides information about acquisition of grammatical morphemes
This article presents inforamtion about developmental outcomes of children with auditory neuropahty, auditory dyssynchorny. It also provides information about etiologies and audiological information o
...f children with AN. It includes assessment tools that have been useful in decision making for children with AN.
This set of FILLABLE handouts with information on possible impact on understanding language, speech, social, and need for educational accommodations and services for DHH professionals who want to fill
... in student information, comments, and recommendations and send one of the hearing loss handouts by email to educators, families, or clinical providers. The bundle includes individual fillable handouts ready to fill and send!
Handout to use when raising awareness of impact of hearing loss on speECH- perception and comprehension. User covers with paper and reveals one section at a time to reveal visual analogies of listenin
...g with hearing loss. Yellow story with translation is also available on Teacher Tools.
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