Providing Appropriate Academic Support - Skill Development, Not Tutoring
In learning about the three domains of learning and specific skill hierarchies, this session will provide assessments to determine present skill levels and instructional strategies to improve skill development in all areas of curriculum content.
Meeting Unique Student Needs in Changing Times
This training will discuss the issues of students with hearing loss not receiving appropriately intensive services, focus and provide strategies for working with administrators and school teams to advocate for appropriate services.
Five Keys to Learning - Specific Instructional Strategies to Improve Student Outcomes
Student success is profoundly influenced by the quality of interaction with adults. Systematic scientific study has indicated five specific instructional strategies that when used, positively impact learning. These 5 strategies will be described.
Academic Success is Driven by Communication Access
Ensuring access to classroom communication is the #1 job of every educator who serves students with hearing loss. In this session is information about impact of hearing loss, legal foundations for access, and estimating communication access levels.
The Accessible General Education Classroom
This training provides strategies for addressing classroom barriers that can prevent students with hearing loss from reaching their academic potential, options for evaluation, IEP development and ensuring the classroom is the right fit for students.