STRESS FREE Strategies: Classroom Instruction Ideas to Promote Listening and Spoken Language

by Carrie Norman

Do you have a widely varied caseload? Do the students with hearing differences you serve all have different levels of need? Join us as we explore how to streamline your use of strategies to target listening and spoken language skills in everyday classroom activities.

Course Curriculum

    1. Course Handouts

    2. STRESS FREE Strategies: Classroom Instruction Ideas to Promote Listening and Spoken Language – Module 1 – 17 minutes

    3. STRESS FREE Strategies: Classroom Instruction Ideas to Promote Listening and Spoken Language – Module 2 – 15 minutes

    4. STRESS FREE Strategies: Classroom Instruction Ideas to Promote Listening and Spoken Language – Module 3 – 16 minutes

    5. STRESS FREE Strategies: Classroom Instruction Ideas to Promote Listening and Spoken Language – Module 4 – 16 minutes

    6. STRESS FREE Strategies: Classroom Instruction Ideas to Promote Listening and Spoken Language – Module 6 – 17 minutes

    7. STRESS FREE Strategies: Classroom Instruction Ideas to Promote Listening and Spoken Language – Module 7 – 15 minutes

    8. Quiz - STRESS FREE Strategies

    9. COURSE EVALUATION - STRESS FREE Strategies

    10. ASHA Verification Form - STRESS FREE Strategies

    11. LSLS CEU Letter - STRESS FREE Strategies

3 Learner Outcomes

  • Explain the 4 stages of listening development (Erber’s Stages of Auditory Development)
  • Name 2 teaching strategies that promote listening and spoken language in each stage of listening
  • Describe different strategies and hearing device retention accessories to assist in keeping hearing devices on young children

Meet Your Instructor

Carrie Norman

Carrie Norman, MS, CCC-SLP, LSLS Cert AVEd received her Master of Science in Communication Disorders with a Pediatric Aural Habilitation specialization from the University of Texas at Dallas in 2001. She is the President of Collaborative Communications, a private consulting firm dedicated to helping bridge the gap between clinical and educational services for students and families impacted by hearing differences. Her experience spans infancy through high school in both clinical and educational settings. She enjoys partnering with teachers, therapists, and families to help each child meet their best communication potential through services provided by The Hope Center for Hearing & Communication. Connect with her online at www.carrienorman.com or through email at [email protected].