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Submission Guidelines

Hundreds of creative educators work many hours creating great materials to support the specific learning needs of our students with hearing loss.

Teacher Tools Takeout is a forum for you to share your work, whether for sale or free, so that other educators and family members of children with hearing loss can more effectively support good child development and student outcomes.

New Sellers- Print or digital content (excluding video)

New sellers must submit 3 complete original materials for review.

Submission process

When you have created/chosen 3 complete original materials (length of material is up to you)

  2. Email 3 complete, original items to help@teachertoolstakeout.com
  3. Your item will be reviewed by qualified TTT staff. Within 21 days of submission you will receive an emailed response.
  4. You may be asked to include a Teacher Notes page along with your materials. What is that?
  5. Upon approval, a seller account will be set up and you will be able to independently upload more of your materials going forward with no further review.

Why do I have to go through a review process?

SSCHL has gained a reputation as a preferred ‘go to’ information site and we want Takeout to become known as a ‘go to’ place to find instructional materials and relevant DHH teaching practice information. Together, we can improve teaching practices and in turn, make a difference in the lives of our students.

What if I want to offer my materials for free?

Teacher Tools Takeout encourages you to do so as long as it adheres to the same high-quality standards for improving student school and life outcomes. Any items, including those for free, will still need to go through the review process for the first 3 items.

Why are Teacher Notes pages preferred?

There are too few teachers of the deaf/hard of hearing, educational audiologists, and specializing speech language pathologists to meet all of the intervention needs of students with hearing loss. Increasingly, families and educators that do not have special training in the learning needs of students with hearing loss are taking on the responsibility to enhance their education and/or address their identified learning needs.