Online Course Detail
Children who experience early success with their cochlear implants often find themselves in regular education settings for their school-age years. Other children utilizing implants have no alternative but to receive services through public school cooperatives. Itinerant teachers of children who are deaf are called upon to support all students in the mainstream, but the diversity of individual profiles makes it difficult to find a “formula” for service delivery. This online presentation identifies three broad tasks of itinerant teachers and makes specific recommendations for each task with regard to best utilizing limited instructional time.
This is a Recorded Course which requires either a Windows-based computer or a Mac with speakers/headphones to view. More information is available in the FAQs/Help section.
Length: 60 minutes
Cost: Free to View
- Participants will be able to outline the key instructional tasks facing the itinerant teacher of deaf children.
- Participants will be able to recognize various stages of the instructional process and identify the itinerant teacher's role in each.
- Participants will be able to explain how to apply the use of sound bites to real classroom examples.
Mary Ellen Nevins, Ed.D. and Ashley Garber, M.S., CCC-SLP, HOPE Specialists