Secondary Transition -the FUN way- for DHH Students

by Michelle Andros and Sarah Brallier

Do you feel overwhelmed when you have a student on your caseload who is in need of secondary transition planning? Do you know how to write a transition plan, but get confused on how to integrate transition into the student’s daily lessons?

Course Curriculum

    1. Course Handouts

    2. Secondary Transition -the FUN way- for DHH Students – Module 1 – 5 minutes

    3. Secondary Transition -the FUN way- for DHH Students – Module 2 – 10 minutes

    4. Secondary Transition -the FUN way- for DHH Students – Module 3 – 9 minutes

    5. Secondary Transition -the FUN way- for DHH Students – Module 4 – 7 minutes

    6. Secondary Transition -the FUN way- for DHH Students – Module 5 – 38 minutes

    7. Secondary Transition -the FUN way- for DHH Students – Module 6 – 18 minutes

    8. Quiz - Secondary Transition -the FUN way- for DHH Students

    9. ASHA Verification Form - Secondary Transition -the FUN way- for DHH Students

    10. LSLS CEU Letter - Secondary Transition -the FUN way- for DHH Students

    11. Course Evaluation - Secondary Transition -the FUN way- for DHH Students

    12. More Options for Success

3 Learner Outcomes

  • You will be able to create Secondary Transition Plans that are FUN-Frequent, Unique to the child and Needs oriented
  • You will be able to integrate Secondary Transition as part of your daily lessons,IEPs, and discussions
  • You will be able to write a Secondary Transition Action Plans that will improve services for students with hearing loss.

Meet Your Instructors

Michelle Andros

Michelle Andros is a certified Teacher of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Administrator and Educational Consultant in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She currently serves as the Director of External Education at DePaul School for Hearing and Speech and is an adjunct professor at Robert Morris University. Michelle has been in the field of deaf education for over 20 years, serving as a classroom teacher, an itinerant teacher, a consultant, and administrator. She attended Indiana University of Pennsylvania for Deaf Education, Shenandoah University for Education Administration and Supervision and Slippery Rock University for her Special Education Supervisory Certificate. She has dedicated her career to improving both students’ and teachers’ understanding of education in the field of deafness.

Sarah Brallier

Sarah Brallier is a certified Teacher of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She currently is an itinerant teacher for DePaul School for Hearing and Speech providing services for students within the mainstream public school setting. Sarah had been working in the deaf education field for 18 years as a classroom and itinerant teacher. She earned her B.S. degree in Communication Disorders from Pennsylvania State University and her M.Ed in the Education of the Deaf/Hard of Hearing from the University of Pittsburgh. Sarah is passionate about not only advocating for her students but creating strong personal advocates out of her students.