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Brain Development & Hearing Loss Brain Development & Hearing Loss
Brain Development & Hearing Loss
By Teacher Tools/SSCHL
sku: S0XTEA0176
$ 0
This handout provides an overview of the impact of hearing loss on brain development, specifically of the auditory structures in the brain. Includes brain development in the case of unilateral hearing ... loss.
Hearing Loss and Access to Recorded Speech Hearing Loss and Access to Recorded Speech
Hearing Loss and Access to Recorded Speech
$ 095
An increasing number of educational resources are being delivered through recorded speech in the younger grades, listening centers, and test examinations. This article focuses on the reasons why recor ... ded speech are so challenging for students who are hard of hearing thus necessitating a live voice reader in many situations.
Advocacy - Steps to SA Success Goal 1-Understanding the Science of Hearing Advocacy - Steps to SA Success Goal 1-Understanding the Science of Hearing
Advocacy - Steps to SA Success Goal 1-Understanding the Science of Hearing
$ 095
Students learn vocabulary around the anatomy of hearing. Students learn their own hearing history and describe their own hearing challenges with this fillable timeline.
Ear Infections and Early Learning Ear Infections and Early Learning
Ear Infections and Early Learning
By Teacher Tools/SSCHL
sku: S0XTEA0230
$ 0
Informational handout about the impact of fluctuating hearing loss caused by recurrent ear infections. Includes prevalence of ear infections in children, relationship to learning issues and what famil ... ies and interventionists can do.
Sample Letter to the Teacher - Hearing Ability - Advocacy in Action Sample Letter to the Teacher - Hearing Ability - Advocacy in Action
Sample Letter to the Teacher - Hearing Ability - Advocacy in Action
$ 050
Sample letter a student would write to a teacher describing his or her audiogram (ears, type and degree of hearing loss, and speech sounds unheard). Sample letter on sharing accommodations at P07HLU05 ... 22.
Article: Benefit of S/N Enhancing Devices to Speech Perception of Children Listening in a Typical Classroom with Hearing Aids or a Cochlear Implant Article: Benefit of S/N Enhancing Devices to Speech Perception of Children Listening in a Typical Classroom with Hearing Aids or a Cochlear Implant
Article: Benefit of S/N Enhancing Devices to Speech Perception of Children Listening in a Typical Classroom with Hearing Aids or a Cochlear Implant
By Teacher Tools/SSCHL
sku: S0XTEA0398
$ 0
Article reporting results of a study comparing the speECH- recognition of students using hearing aids or cochlear implant only, FM systems, and soundfield/CADS systems. Results indicate increased bene ... fit of FM use over hearing aids only or soundfield amplification. 2005.
Advocacy in Action Assessment Tracker Advocacy in Action Assessment Tracker
Advocacy in Action Assessment Tracker
$ 695
Assessment tool and its guidelines for use. Guides the teacher, clinician, or itinerant to evaluate the student(s) and determine appropriate instruction. The assessment covers grades K-2; 3-5;6-8;9- ... 12, broken in 4 grade level segments and instruction topics. Non-fillable.
Brochure - Ear Infections and Language Development Brochure - Ear Infections and Language Development
Brochure - Ear Infections and Language Development
By Teacher Tools/SSCHL
sku: S0XTEA0231
$ 0
Printable brochure for families of young children with a history of ear infections. Definition, symptoms, treatment, hearing loss, language learning, language milestones, what families and interventi ... onists can do. From US Dept of Ed and ASHA.
Accommodations in the Classroom for the Student with "Mild" Hearing Loss Accommodations in the Classroom for the Student with "Mild" Hearing Loss
Accommodations in the Classroom for the Student with "Mild" Hearing Loss
By Teacher Tools/SSCHL
sku: S0XTEA0224
$ 0
This one-page handout for DHH professionals describes information to be shared with classroom teachers who have students with mild hearing loss (26-40 dB).
Steps to Assessment - Guiding Questions Steps to Assessment - Guiding Questions
Steps to Assessment - Guiding Questions
By Lynne Price
sku: A18ASM1310
$ 150
This handout specifies areas of assessment for students with hearing loss and guiding questions to be asked within each area. The questions help teachers and school teams to identify assessment area n ... eeds to further define specific student needs.
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