This survey is appropriate for tweens and teens, especially those who are B to resist using hearing aids. It asks questions about how students feel about their hearing loss, hearing devices, and commu
...nication with hearing loss. Once the student completes the survey their responses can be compared with a large group of students with hearing loss. Provides discussion questions.
Article reporting results of a study comparising the speECH- recognition of students using hearing aids only, FM systems, and soundfield/CADS systems. Results indicate increased benefit of FM use over
... hearing aids only or soundfield amplificaiton. 2004.
Explains the use of classroom audio distribution systems and the possible interference imposed on signal to the students' assistive technology such as hearing aids and FM/DM systems. See BUNDLE at S0X
Explains the impact of listening in a typical classroom. Great information to share when inservicing teachers. Discusses misconceptions about hearing aids and cochlear implant devices and how they can
... contribute to problems listening. See BUNDLE at S0XHT798.
Teachers who have not had experience with students who are hard of hearing are usually unused to wearing a microphone transmitter and often ask, "Do I really Need a Microphone?" This brief information
...al article describes how hearing technologies are essential tools for learning.
The SpeECH- Audibility Audiogram for Classroom Listening is based on the Count-the-Dot Audiogram and provides an estimate of percent audibility in quiet and noise for different ranges of hearing loss.
... It is most appropriate to use for flat hearing loss. Can be paired with FLE and audiological evaluation information to inform on the impact of hearing loss for speECH- perception in the classroom. Use described in the free article: S0XTEA0396
Worksheet in which students describe how individuals with hearing loss a) know someone is at the door, b) wake up c) talk on the phone d) understand dialog on TV or movies e) fire alarm, etc. Fillabl
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