Presentation Schedule

Miscellaneous comments from conference evaluations:

  • Karen standingIt gave a lot of examples of how to follow through with charting progress on self Karen talkingadvocacy, pragmatics, and social pieces of education.
  • This workshop absolutely met my expectations with the information that was very helpful to use with HI students. There were so many awesome resources to take away. 
  • I came into the workshop with high expectations being acquainted with Karens’ work.  Her workshop met and exceeded my expectations.
  • All great information—tons of ideas
  • Karen is very knowledgeable and passionate about helping DHH kids succeed and has addressed and developed tools for challenges that we all have – she’s doing something about them!

 

Thank you for the exceptional day of professional development. Lots of positive feedback from the new and experienced educators alike. It is not easy to connect current research with practical solutions for immediate use, but you accomplished it well. You held the core of the audience until the end, which in itself speaks volumes about the value of the message and materials shared. Ron Foster, Educational Consultant, ON

More Comments from Conference Participants     Information about Karen Anderson

Information about Presentations Offered    Template Speaking Agreement – Karen Anderson 2016

UPCOMING PRESENTATIONS

September 28, 2016 – Riverside Deaf and Hard of Hearing Workshop, Riverside, CA

  • Estimating Access to Verbal Instruction & Data Gathering in the Classroom
  • Communication Repair: Strategies for Assessment & Skill Building
  • Social Communication & Belonging in the Classroom
  • Effective Transitions: Preparing for a Smooth School Entry

October 6-7, 2016 – Maine, Mackworth Island, Governor Baxter School for the Deaf

  • Estimating Access to Verbal Instruction & Data Gathering in the Classroom
  • Communication Repair: Strategies for Assessment & Skill Building
  • Self-Advocacy: Assessment and Skill Building
  • Social Communication & Belonging in the Classroom

October 20, 2016 – Michigan Hands and Voices (2 hour evening presentation for families)

  • Developing Independence and Social Communication Skills Needed for Success in the Mainstream Classroom

October 21, 2016 – Michigan Audiology Coalition Conference, Lansing, MI 

  • The Pediatric Audiologist’s Role in Supporting Communication Access at School (2 hours)

 

COMPLETED PRESENTATIONS

July 18-19, 2016 – Statewide Conference for the Education of the Deaf  and Hard of Hearing, San Marcos Conference Center

  • Estimating Access to Verbal Information & Data Gathering in the Classroom
  • Social Communication & Belonging in the Classroom
  • Steps to Assessment (1/2 day overview)

June 1-2, 2016 – Southeast Nebraska Regional Program for Students Who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing Conference, Lincoln, NE

  • Developing Independence & Social Communication Skills Needed for Success in the Mainstream Classroom (Parents)
  • Estimating Access to Verbal Instruction & Data Gathering in the Classroom
  • Communication Repair: Strategies for Assessment & Skill Building
  • Social Communication & Belonging in the Classroom (3 presentations for Professionals)

May 2, 3, 5, 6, 2016 – Success for Children and Youth Who are Hard of Hearing or Deaf in an Inclusive Setting, Grand Prairie, Edmonton, Lethbridge, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

  • Estimating Access to Classroom Communication
  • Developing Self-Advocacy and Self-Determination Skills
  • Developing Communication Repair and Independence with Device Skills
  • Supporting Classroom Social Communication and Feelings of Belonging

April, 2016 – Sonoma County Office of Education, Webinar

  • IEPs for the New DHH Learner: Applying Common Core State Standards to Address Self-Advocacy and Instructional Access.

April 14, 2015 – New Jersey Speech & Hearing Association

  • Estimating Access to Verbal Information & Data Gathering in the Classroom
  • Social Communication & Belonging in the Classroom

February, 2015 – Feb 22-23 in Tallahassee, Feb 25-26 in Tampa, Feb 29 and Mar 1  in Fort Lauderdale

  • Steps to Assessment

December 15-16, 2015 – Victorian Deaf Education Institute, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

  • 2-day conference: Practical Strategies for Visiting Teachers of the Deaf

November 5, 2015 – Region X Auditory Deaf and Hard of Hearing Workshop – West End Selpa, Ontario, California

  • Estimating Access to Verbal Instruction & Data Gathering in the Classroom
  • Building Self-Advocacy Skills & Independence with Hearing Devices
  • Social Skills and Belonging in the Classroom
  • Effective Transitions: Preparing for a Smooth School Entry

October 16-17, 2015 – Supporting Success for Children with Hearing Loss Conference

September 24-25, 2015, Willamette Education Service District DHH Program, Salem, Oregon

  • Steps to Assessment New! 2-day workshop co-presented with Lynne Price

September 18, 2015, What Every Educator Needs to Know: Speech, Hearing & Social Awareness, Winnebago County Special Education Cooperative, Rockford, IL (full day)

  • Understanding and Optimizing Access to Verbal Instruction
  • Social Communication Issues and Belonging in the Classroom

September 2, 2015 – Skype 3 Hour Conference, Bergen County Special Services School District, Paramus NJ

  • Estimating & Addressing Access to Verbal Instruction
  • Self-Advocacy Skill Development Including Communication Repair & Independence
  • Social Communication Issues and Belonging in the Classroom

August 20, 2015 – Katy ISD, Katy TX – District Inservice for TDHH and others serving students with hearing loss

  • Showing the Need, Making the Case, Demonstrating Your Unique Expertise
  • Estimating Access to Verbal Instruction and Data Gathering in the Classroom

June 27, 2015 – Certified Moog Programs Consortium Staff Conference, St. Louis, Missouri, (morning)

  • Determining Eligibility: Considerations for Preschoolers
  • Early Development of Social Communication & Self-Concept

June 17-18, 2015 – Education Service Center Region 11, Fort Worth, Texas

  • Keynote: Showing the Need – Making the Case – Demonstrating Your Unique Expertise
  • Estimating Access to Verbal Instruction & Data Gathering in the Classroom

June 11-12, 2015 – Midwest Conference on Deaf Education, South Dakota School for the Deaf, Sioux Falls, SD (info)

  • Social Communication and Feelings of Fitting In
  • Building Self-Advocacy Skills and Independence with Amplification

March 24, 2015 – Facing the Educational Challenges of the New Deaf/Hard of Hearing Learner, Marshall University, South Charleston, WV.

  • Estimating Access to Verbal Instruction and Classroom Listening Challenges
  • Communication Repair
  • Self-Advocacy & Independence with Hearing Devices
  • Teacher Inservice: A First Step Toward Effective Collaboration

March 11-12, 2015 – San Diego County (San Marcos), North County Regional Education Center, California, with Lynne Price  flyer

  • Estimating Access to Verbal Instruction & Data Gathering in the Classroom (Karen)
  • Assessment Determination and Analysis for Long Range Planning and Goal Writing (Lynne)
  • Identifying Self-Advocacy & Communication Repair Needs & Skill Building (Karen)
  • Social Communication & Belonging in the Classroom (Karen)
  • Improving Performance through Situational Analysis and Advocacy Skill Development (Lynne)
  • Eligibility for the “Good” Student (Karen & Lynne)

February 26-27, 2015 – Controversial Issues in Pediatric Audiology, Children’s Hearing Institute Conference, Graduate Center CUNY  flyer

  • Beyond Language Excellence: Developing Self-Advocacy & Independence in the Classroom
  • Estimating Access to Classroom Communication

January 13, 2015 – Education Service Center, Region 13, Austin Texas AND

January 15, 2015 – Education Service Center, Region 10, Richardson, Texas

  • Estimating and Addressing Access to Verbal Instruction
  • Self-Advocacy Skill Development Including Communication Repair & Independence
  • Strengthening Social Interaction Skills and Belonging in the Classroom
  • Eligibility for the “Good” Student

November 7, 2014 – Supporting Success for Children with Hearing Loss, St. Paul, MN (our first “branded” SSCHL conference!)

  •  A packed day with 5 speakers!

October 28, 2014 – Itinerant Teachers of Southern Ontario, Ernest C. Drury School for the Deaf, Milton, Ontario, Canada

  • Estimating Access to Verbal Instruction & Data Gathering in the Classroom
  • Increasing Self-Advocacy & Independence Skills
  • Communication Repair Assessment and Strategies for Skill Development
  • Belonging in the Classroom: Social Skills and Psychosocial Development

October 17, 2014 – Montreal Oral School for the Deaf, Québec, Canada

  • Estimation of Access to Verbal Instruction and Data Gathering in the Classroom
  • Communication Repair: Skill Identification and Strategies for Skill Building
  • Identifying Self-Advocacy Needs and Steps to Build Self-Advocacy Skills
  • Social Communication and Feelings of Fitting In

October 3, 2014 – SPALS: Speech Pathologists & Audiologists in Louisiana; Lafayette, LA

  • Estimation of Access to Verbal Instruction
  • Communication Repair: Assessment & Intervention Strategies
  • Identifying Self-Advocacy Needs and Steps to Build Self-Advocacy Skills
  • Feelings of Fitting In & Belonging in the Classroom

July 31 & August 1, 2014 – North Carolina Summer Institute, Greensboro, North Carolina (UNC)

  • Unilateral and Mile Hearing Loss: Addressing Needs with Families and Educators
  • Estimating Access to Verbal Instruction
  • Building Skills for Self-Advocacy & Independence with Hearing Devices
  • Communication Repair Assessment & Skill Building Strategies
  • Social Communication: An Overlooked and Critical Part of Language Development

July 29-30, 2014 – Virginia Summer Institute, Charlotteville, Virginia (with Lynne Price)

  • Presenting information to review contents of Building Skills for Success in the Fast-Paced Classroom and Skills for Success

July 17-18, 2014 – South Carolina Research to Practice Institute, Lexington, SC

  • Estimating Access to Verbal Instruction
  • Communication Repair: Assessment & Intervention Strategies
  • Eligibility for the “Good” Student
  • Building Self-Advocacy and Independence Skills
  • Feelings of Fitting In and Belonging in the Classroom
  • Developing IEPs to the Common Core Standards to Meet the Needs of the “New DHH Learner”

June 26,2014 – AG Bell conference, Orlando FL, accepted presentation for 3 hour workshop

  • Determining Eligibility: Considerations for the “Good Student” (with Lynne Price)

June 23, 2014 – Kentucky Educators for the Deaf/Hard of Hearing Annual Summer Conference, Danville KY, Kentucky School for the Deaf

  • Estimating Access to Verbal Instruction
  • Self-Advocacy Skills & Belonging in the Classroom
  • Communication Repair & Independence with Hearing Devices

May 9, 2014 – Creating Positive Environments for Children with Hearing Loss, Crowne Plaza, Warwick, Rhode Island

  • Plenary Topic: Estimating and Addressing Access to Verbal Instruction within the Classroom
  • Workshop Topic: Building Self-Concept, Social Skills and Feelings of Fitting In

May 5, 2014 – Itinerant Teachers of the Deaf/Hard of Hearing from Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, Halifax, Nova Scotia

  • Estimation of Access to Verbal Instruction and Data Gathering in the Classroom
  • Communication Repair: Skill Identification and Strategies for Skill Building
  • Identifying Self-Advocacy Needs and Steps to Build Self-Advocacy Skills
  • Social Communication and Feelings of Fitting In

April 25th-26th – AG Bell Utah Chapter Annual Conference: Celebrating the Journey… Past, Present, and Future, Salt Lake City, Utah

  • Early Development of Social Communication & Self- Concept
  • Effective Transitions: Preparing for a Smooth Entry into School
  • Estimating Access to Verbal Instruction & Data Gathering in the Classroom
  • Self-Advocacy Skill Development Including Communication Repair & Independence with Hearing Devices

April 14-16 – EHDI Conference, Jacksonville, Florida

  • Keeping Hearing Aids on Young Children – Effective Strategies to Share with Families (with Jane Madell, PhD)
  • EXHIBITING

March 21, 2014 – Maryland Conference on Deaf/Hard of Hearing Students, Westminster, MD

  • Access to Verbal Instruction & Data Gathering in the Classroom (include accom continuum)
  • Self-Advocacy & Communication Repair Assessment & Strategies
  •  Belonging in the Classroom: Social Communication and Psychosocial Development
  • IEPs for the “New DHH Learner”:  Applying Common Core Standards to Address Self-Advocacy & Instructional Access

March 6, 7, 8, 2014 – WESP-DHH meeting, Oconomowoc Wisconsin

  • Achieving Independence: Hearing Device Care & Self-Advocacy Expectations
  • Social Communication: An Overlooked and Critical Part of Language Development
  • (Families) Developing Independence and Social Communication Skills Needed for Success in the Mainstream

February 28, 2014 – CASE Itinerant DHH Teachers, Glenbard South High School, Glen Ellyn, IL

  • Estimating Access to Verbal Instruction & Data Gathering in the Classroom
  • Self-Advocacy & Communication Repair: Assessment & Skill Development
  • Social Needs & Belonging in the Classroom

December 5, 2013 – New Brunswick Teachers of the Deaf & Hard of Hearing, Crowne Plaza Hotel, Highfield Street, Moncton, NB

  • Early Childhood Day: early development of social skills & self concept; information about unilateral/mild hearing loss; strategies for coaching families and effective transition
  • School-age Day: estimating access to verbal instruction; self-advocacy; communication repair; addressing feelings of fitting in

November 5, 2013 – Soundbridge Conference for Teachers of the Deaf/Hard of Hearing & Educational Audiologists, Wethersfield, CT

  • Working Towards IEPs Written to the Common Core Standards
  • Increasing Self-Advocacy and Independence Skills
  • Communication Repair: Assessment and Skill Building
  • Belonging in the Classroom: Social Skills and Psychosocial Development

November 1-2, 2013 – Educational Support Services Personnel (ESSP) Conference, The Beeches, Rome, New York

  • Strengthening Social Interaction Skills and Emotional Well-Being as Integral Contributors to Success
  • Access to Verbal Instruction & Data Gathering in the Classroom
  • IEPs for the “New DHH Learner”:  Applying Common Core Standards to Address Self-Advocacy & Instructional Access
  • Student Communication Repair: Skills Inventory & Practical Training

October 25, 2013 – Michigan Chapter of AG Bell, Professional Conference, MaComb Intermediate School District, Clinton Township, Michigan

  • Self-Concept & Social Communication: The One-Two Punch for Making Friends and Fitting In
  • Shaping Your Child’s Communication Repair and Self-Advocacy Skills
  • Let’s Hear it for Full-Participation: Common Core Standards Based IEP Goals for Children with Hearing Loss
  • Advocating for Appropriate Educational Support for Your Child/Student with Hearing Loss

October 18-19, 2013 – ASKK-DHH Conference, Heartspring Conference Center, Wichita, Kansas

Professionals – October 18th:

  • Estimation of Access to Verbal Instruction and Classroom Listening Challenges
  • Communication Repair and Independence with Hearing Devices
  • Social Communication Issues and Belonging in the Classroom
  • IEPs for the “New DHH Learner”:  Applying Common Core Standards to Address Self-Advocacy & Instructional Access

Families – October 19th:

  • Building Social Language & Communication Confidence: The Key Role of the Family

October 4, 2013 – 13th Annual Working Together Conference: Supporting Success for Students with Hearing Loss. Radisson Hotel at the Center of New Hampshire, Manchester, New Hampshire

  • Estimation of Access to Verbal Instruction and Classroom Listening Challenges
  • Communication repair and Independence with Hearing Devices
  • Social Communication Issues and Belonging in the Classroom
  • IEPs for the “New DHH Learner”: Applying Common Core Standards to Address Self-Advocacy and Instructional Access

August 5-8, 2013 – Pennsylvania Training and Technical Assistance Network Low Incidence Institute, Penn Stater Conference Center, 215 Innovation Blvd, State College PA

  • Aug 5 Morning: Serving Young Children with Unilateral and Mild Hearing Losses and Their Families (age 0-5 focus)
  • Aug 5 Afternoon: Supporting Success for Children with Hearing Loss (age 0-5 focus, early intervention service coordinators and providers)
  •  Opening the Door to Classroom Success: Addressing Access Needs
    • Aug 7: Foundation & Framework; Auditory Access; Environmental Access; Communication Repair; Self-Advocacy and Increasing Expectations for Independence
    • Aug 8: Core Content Standards & DHH Services; identifying Student Access to Curriculum and Instruction; Identifying Appropriate Adaptations in the Classroom to Support Access; Social Interaction & Communication Confidence; Psychosocial Development/Feelings of Fitting In; Case Study Activity

July 23, 24, 2013 – Washington State 2013 Combined Summer Institute, East Wenatchee, WA

  • July 23:
    • Morning: Identifying Challenges and Adaptations for Improved Performance in the Mainstream Classroom
    • Afternoon: Strategies to Assess and Improve Communication Repair Skills
  • July 24:
    • Morning: Getting Along & Feelings of Fitting In: Prerequisites for Advocacy
    • Afternoon: Paving the Road to Self-Advocacy & Independence

June 26-28, 2013 – Educational Audiology Association Conference, Scotsdale, AZ

  • Improving Access to Verbal Instruction: FM + Speech-to-Text Translation
  • Also Exhibiting Throughout this Conference

May 17, 2013 – 7th International Workshop on Advances in Audiology, Salamanca Spain

  • Hearing: The Link to Language, Learning and Literacy

May 6, 2013 – Video conference sponsored by Pennsylvania  Training and Technical Assistance Network  (9:30 – 12:30). For Professionals serving children 0-5 years of age.

  • The Early Development of Social Communication in Infant,s Toddlers and Young Children with Hearing Loss
    • Early Development of Self-Concept & Social Communication
    • Strategies for Coaching Families (DHH specific)
    • Effective Transitions – Preparing for a Smooth Entry into School

May 4, 2013 – Pennsylvania Chapter of the AG Bell Association 2013 Conference, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania – Dickson University Center

  • 10:00-11:15  Keynote presentation: Building Social Language & Communication Confidence: The Key Role of the Family

April 23, 2013 – Toronto Conference for Educators sponsored by Supportive Hearing Systems & Comfort Audio, Cambridge, Ontario

  • Access to Verbal Instruction in the Fast-Paced Classroom: Estimating Needs, Suggesting Solutions
  • Amplification – the Link to the World: Effects of Hearing Loss on Developing Connections with Others

March 20-21, 2013 – Educators of the Deaf/Hard of Hearing, South Dakota & North Dakota; Sioux Falls, South Dakota

  • Full-day discussion of use of the information and resources from Building Skills for Success in the Fast-Paced Classroom

March 15, 2013 – Columbia Regional Program, Portland Oregon

  • Morning: DHH Early Intervention Providers
    • Early Development of Social Communication and Self-Concept
    • Strategies for Coaching Families
  • Afternoon: EI & School-age DHH Educators
    • Effective Transitions: Preparing for a Smooth Entry into School
    • Addressing the Needs of the New DHH Learner

February 28 & March 1, 2013 – Preconference Workshop & Keynote Presentation, Illinois Teachers of Hard of Hearing and Deaf Individuals, Lisle, Illinois

  • February 28: Full Day Preconference Workshop
    • Foundation & Framework; Auditory Access; Communication Repair; Identifying Student Access to Curriculum and Instruction; Self-Advocacy and Increasing Expectations for Independence; Core Content Standards & DHH Services; Social Interaction/Feelings of Fitting In; Case Study Activities
  • March 1: Keynote Presentation – Addressing the Needs of the “New DHH Learner”: Instructional Access for Full Participation in the Classroom per Common Core Standards

December 7 – Workshop for the Columbia Regional Program, Portland Oregon

  • Listening Access & Data Gathering in the Classroom
  • Self-advocacy
  • Communication Repair
  • Social Success & Belonging in the Classroom

November 15-17, 2012 –  American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Atlanta, GA

  • Nov 16 – Sig 9 invited presentation: What’s Noise Got to Do with It?
  • Nov 17 – Student Communication Repair Skills Inventory and Practical Intervention Techniques
  • Also EXHIBITING at Member Table 739 – view the new products, including release of the SCRIPT, Interact-AS

October 23, 2012 – OSSPEAC Ohio’s school-based conference, Columbus Ohio

  • IEPs for the “New DHH Learner” Applying Common Core Standards to Address Self-Advocacy & Instructional Access
  • Strengthening Social Skills and Emotional Well-Being as Integral Contributors to Success

October 17-29, 2012 –  Virtual Conference: From Content Standards to IEP Goals (sponsored by American Speech and Hearing Association)

  • One-hour co-presentation with Cheryl DeConde Johnson. This presentation discusses the common core standards and highlights aligning hearing habilitation activities with the standards to maximize and reinforce student learning of academic content.

October 11 & 12, 2012 –  West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and Blind Fall Conference, Romney, West Virginia

  • Listening in the Fast-Paced Classroom: Identifying Access & Communication Challenges
  • Becoming an Independent Communication Advocate: Self-Advocacy Strategies and Communication Repair
  • Strengthening Social Skills and Emotional Well-Being as Integral Contributors to Success
  • Working with Families of Young Children with Unilateral or Mild Hearing Loss

October 4, 2012 – Training sponsored by the Department of Education, Student Support Services, Newfoundland, Canada

  • Full-day discussion of use of the information and resources from Building Skills for Success in the Fast-Paced Classroom

September 24, 2012 – HOPE Presentation, Cochlear Corporation

  • One-hour presentation RE: Introducing the LIFE-Revised

September 26, 2012 – Supporting Success for Children with Hearing Loss, Region 10 Low Incidence Project, Rochester, Minnesota

  • Full-day discussion of use of the information and resources from Building Skills for Success in the Fast-Paced Classroom

September 13, 2012 – Supporting Success for Children with Hearing Loss, Special Education District of Lake County, Vernon Hills, Illinois

  • Listening in the Fast-Paced Classroom
  • Developing Self-Advocacy Skills
  • Strengthening Social Skills
  • Strategies for use in the Classroom
  • Common Core Standards as they Relate to Children with Hearing Loss

August 1 & 2, 2012 – Opening the Door to Classroom Success: Addressing the Six Faces of Access  at Wisconsin WESP-DHH Summer Institute 2012  (Milwaukee) with Kathy Arnoldi

  • Auditory Access to Communication & Learning
  • Environmental Access to Listening
  • Access via Communication Repair
  • Access via Self-Advocacy & Independence
  • Instructional Access to the Curriculum

June 13, 2012 – Opening the Door to Classroom Success: Evaluating and Monitoring Critical Domains to Ensure Access, Indianapolis Indiana

  • Session 1: Identifying Classroom Listening Challenges and Developing Self-Advocacy Skills (Anderson)
  • Session 2: Evaluating and Monitoring Instructional Access (Arnoldi)
  • Session 3: Identifying Strategies to Support Instructional and Curricular Access (Arnoldi)
  • Session 4: Strengthening Social Skills and Emotional Well-Being as Integral Contributors to Success (Anderson)

May 31, 2012 – Strong Foundations Conference, Minnesota’s Birth to Three Institute for Health Development

  • One-hour presentation:  Hearing Screening in Early Childhood: What, Why, How

May 16, 2012 –  Virtual Conference: Briding the Gap – Improving Collaborative Practices for Children with Hearing Loss (sponsored by Educational Audiology Association)

  • One-hour presentation: Estimating Children’s Communication and Access Challenges in the Fast-Paced Classroom 

May 8, 10, 11, 2012 – Pennsylvania  Training and Technical Assistance Network Workshop Series

Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, Philadelphia (full-day at each) to be attended by Early Intervention Service Coordinators (B-5), Service Coordinators, DHH Professionals, Speech Language Clinicians

  •  Working with Families of Young Children with Unilateral or Mild Hearing Loss

 May 4 & 5, 2012  – 20th Annual VOICE Conference, Toronto, Ontario

  • 9:00-4:00 – Supporting Success for Children with Hearing Loss – Professionals
  • Keynote: Ingredients for Developing a Self-Confident Child with Hearing Loss – Families

April 18-19, 2012 — Hong Kong: DHH Professionals (Education Bureau) 

  • 2-days: Enhancing Communication and Learning Skills of Students with Hearing Impairment 
  • Presentation before the Bureau of Education professionals supporting students with hearing loss

March 8-10 – Appleton, Wisconsin: Annual Statewide Professional & Annual Statewide Family Conference – “All Under One Umbrella” sessions

  • Building Social Language and Communication Confidence (professionals)
  • Accessing the General Education Curriculum (professionals)
  • Ingredients for Developing a Self-Confident Child with Hearing Loss (families)

February 9, 2012 – Webinar Series through the Indiana State University Blumberg Center

  • Feb 9: Listening in the Fast-Paced Classroom: Access, Communication Challenges, Self-Advocacy and Accommodations (Anderson)

  • Feb 16: Learning in the Fast-Paced Classroom: Identifying and Addressing Linguistic Challenges, School Discourse and the Language of Instruction (Arnoldi)

February 4, 2012 – Tacoma, Washington (plus four distance learning sites)

  • 4 hours: Building Skills for Success in the Fast-Paced Classroom

December 9, 2011 — Denver, CO: Colorado Educational Audiologist Meeting

  • Educational Access for Students with Hearing Loss: Listening Needs and Access Activities (The Big EAs: Educational Audiology = Estimation of Classroom Access + Efficacy Accommodations + Expectations & Self-Advocacy)

October 21, 2011 — Northampton, MA:  Clarke Mainstream Conference

  • Helping Students with Hearing Loss Become Independent Communication Advocates (Keynote)

October 2, 2011 — Pella Iowa: Statewide meeting of Itinerant Teachers of Deaf/Hard of Hearing

  • Accessing School Communication: Growing Skills for Self-Advocacy and Independence (Karen Anderson)
  • Exploring Options for Data-Supported Decision Making ( Kathy Arnoldi)
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