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.
Spanish Translation - Handout with information on possible impact on understanding language, speECH-, social, and need for educational accommodations and services. Handouts for 9 hearing loss degrees/
Charts showing the speECH- frequencies of each of the Ling sounds as they fit into the 1st - 4th formants. It also has a chart that shows the the speECH- frequencies of each Ling sound, 125 Hz - 6000
Teacher inservice handout to use to help make sense of Functional Listening Evaluation (FLE) results. Represents instructions in written form overlaid on puzzle pieces. DHH specialist would black out
...word endings and phonemes to respresent reduction in speECH- perception based on percent response on FLE.
Workshop Proceedings: National Workshop on Mild and Unilateral Hearing Loss. Report includes information on mild and unilateral hearing loss prevalence, diagnosis, amplification, early intervention, e
...ligibility, clinical practice. Extensive research review.
The Impact of Hearing Loss on Listening, Learning, and Social Interactions handouts are to be used to inservice school staff, increase understanding of families, and as a tool for student learning reg
...arding the impact of hearing loss on speech perception and school needs. The handouts are appropriate to children and youth with primarily flat configuration hearing loss ranging from 26dB - 75dB. Different ranges of hearing are addressed in the 4 handouts to reflect unaided hearing ability or aided hearing thresholds. Estimates of specific speech sounds and audibility for quiet, conversational, and teacher speech are provided. Includes inservice resources with visual analogies for background noise, reverberation, and comprehension challenges.
This information compares the role of educational audiologists and teachers of the deaf/hard of hearing in providing services and supports to students with hearing loss. From Educational Audiology Ass
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