Unlocking the English Code: Literacy for Learners Who are Deaf/Hard of Hearing or Blind/Visually Impaired
Explore and connect the areas of phonological awareness, phonics, writing, fluency, vocabulary, communication, language, and comprehension specifically for learners who are D/HH or B/VI.
- Identify the components of evidence-based literacy instruction for students who are D/HH or B/VI
- Apply the components of effective instructional programs for teaching reading and writing to classroom instruction
- Describe why assessment and monitoring of reading and writing progress is an essential part of teaching, including short term (formative) and long term progress (maintenance/summative)
- Identify appropriate adaptations for literacy instruction and assessment for students who are DHH or B/VI
Various organizations have approved modules and webinars in the Learning Hub for continuing education credit.