Ask Abbey: Considerations for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Learners in the General Education Classroom (Full Series)
This multi-part learning series is designed to provide practical, easy-to-use strategies to increase academic success, social interactions, wellness, and access for learners who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing in the general education environment.
- Identify Ohio assessment requirements and how interpreter guidelines, assistive listening devices, and language access can impact assessment.
- Name three strategies to support learners who are D/HH.
- Identify two classroom resources to assist in planning for learners who are D/HH.
- Name one resource used to facilitate the education of D/HH learners and a reason to support the use of the resource.
- Identify two different types of service providers and their roles related to D/HH learners.
- Identify three environmental considerations for D/HH learners.
- Identify three ways to provide access to information within the educational environment.
- Name one resource document used to facilitate the education of D/HH learners and a reason that supports the use of the document.
- Name two resources to support the mental health of D/HH learners and name one reason why it is important.
- Be able to explain the difference between modifications and accommodations and their future implications.
- Abbey Weaver, Itinerant Teacher for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Southern Ohio Educational Service Center/Hopewell Center Region 14
Estimated Time to Complete: 1 1/2 hoursStart
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