French Translation - The Preschool Screening Instrument For Targeting Educational Risk (SIFTER) was created as a tool to screen the functional performance of students with hearing loss in preschool th
...rough kindergarten (ages 3-6). It includes a scoring grid to identify areas of concern.
This information provides strategies for promoting the language and literacy skills of students who are deaf or hard of hearing . It includes addressing language and literacy development in the genera
...l education setting and developing speech, audition, conversational repair skills, etc.
A child with hearing loss has been accepted in a mainstream school. Now inclusive education starts. This means that traditional teaching methods used, need to be adapted to accommodate the specific ne
...eds of all children. This is done through differentiation. Differentiation is the process by which differences between children are accommodated to achieve the best learning results possible.An inclusive classroom can be effectively managed and facilitated, using differentiated teaching methods and an Individual Education Plan (IEP).These two strategies will define the necessary knowledge, skills and attitude that teachers require to include a child with hearing loss successfully in a mainstream school. This module explains how a child with hearing loss, who has similar academic potential as his peers, can learn and develop within a mainstream school. It describes how teachers can overcome barriers associated with learning, it gives practical guidelines on how to use differentiated teaching methods, and how to implement and use an IEP.
Arabic Translation - The Screening Instrument For Targeting Educational Risk (SIFTER) was created as a tool to screen the functional performance of students with hearing loss in secondary school (ages
... 12-18). It includes a scoring grid to identify areas of concern.
Comprehensive set of guidelines is a tool designed to facilitate planning discussions surrounding the educational supports and services essential for each student using cochlear implant tECH-nology. T
...his product reflects the collaborative work between the Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Center and the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Program of Boston Children's Hospital.
This article summarizes recent research regarding the language and cognitive differences between students who are DHH and their hearing peers. Identification of these differences can help professional
...s better understand classroom challenges faced by our students and strategies to support students through these challenges.
Part of the ATCAT suite of classroom observation checklists. To be completed by student. Explain your hearing loss, best place to sit in the classroom, audiogram, seat map. Questions about accommodati
...ons, teacher communication, peer communication, interaction. Print.
PPT presentation describing a simplified process to determine growth in expressive vocabulary for ages 8-36 months at 6 month intervals using a modified version of the MacArthur Communication Developm
...ent Inventory (MCDI). The modified MCDI report forms and other checklists are available on Teacher Tools Takeout.
This handout lists appropriate behaviors indicating typical development of social-emotional well-being age ranges in months along with recommended actions that a parent or caregiver can take to encour
...age healthy social-emotional development at each age range. From Center on the Social and Emotional Foundations for Early Learning.
bundle contains 8 items that are great to have on hand when planning to meet
with IEP teams! It includes planning guides, accommodation and 504 need
considerations guides and overall
... considerations for service provision.
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