This guide considers the auditory, communication, environmental, visual, and motor behaviors that are factors in a young child's development as a communicator. It provides characteristics of children
...who may use speECH-, formal signs, informal signs, etc. Read more
This resource describes communication options for children who are deaf and hard of hearing as different features based on challenges to learning each type. Features can be combined to create communic
...ation options that are tailored to the individual child. Read more
The goal of the observation record is to identify the language strengths and needs of each child and to document the progress made over a period of time. It also serves as a guide fo teachers in asses
...sing their role as language models and how they use language with children. By California School for the Deaf. Read more
Summary provides an overview of research findings on the impacts of signing on development and learning for children of all ages and abilities. Provides research supported answers to common questions
... about signing with children. Read more
This paper provides research-based recommendations for strategies to enhance language learning by use of visual communication strategies, such as attention getting and following the baby's interests.
“Super Kena – A Girl Made Fierce with Hearing Aids” is meant to empower children with hearing aids like Kena but also other “differently-abled” children who get teased an
... teased and only want to fit in.The book touches on children with glasses, with diabetes, who stutter, who have food allergies, with asthma, and who are in wheelchairs. Together they use their unique super powers to make a difference in the world by spreading understanding and acceptance . . . one classroom at a timeNOTE!!How to read Open EPUB or Open PDF e-books on a computer:Download the free Adobe Digital Editions: https://www.adobe.com/solutions/ebook/digital-editions/download.htmlOpen Adobe Digital Editions (ADE) on your Windows or Mac computer.Go to File > Add to Library.Find the saved EPUB or PDF file on your computer. By default, files are saved to your computer's "Downloads" folder.Double-click an e-book to start reading, or follow these steps to transfer it to an e-reader.Under top menu ‘Reading,’ select Double Page View Read more
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