Articles

  • “Special Considerations” and LRE for Students who are DHH
  • 10 Low-Tech Ideas for Virtual Instruction
  • 12 Speech and Language Considerations
  • 504 Plans
  • 7 Ways to Gather Great Information for Early Intervention to Preschool
  • Access and Advocacy in an e-Learning World
  • ACCESS Check
  • Access via the Americans with Disabilities Act
  • Accommodations – Lifeline to Equal Access
  • Accommodations for Students with Hearing Loss
  • Accommodations: Sports and Extra-Curricular Activities
  • Addressing Self-Esteem and Issues of Fitting In
  • Advanced Bionics – Cochlear Implant Info for Schools
  • Amplification
  • An Often Unknown Cause of Hearing Loss in Children
  • ANSD – Auditory Neuropathy/Dyssynchrony Spectrum Disorder
  • ASL Development
  • Assessment Must Go On! Tailored Identification of Access & Educational Needs
  • Assessment of Online ACCESS
  • Assessment of Student Skills, Challenges, Needs
  • Atresia, Microtia: Permanent Conductive Hearing Loss
  • Auditory / Sign Language Skill Development
  • Auditory Brainstem Implants – Now for Children who are Deaf
  • Auditory Comprehension
  • Auditory Discrimination
  • Auditory Identification
  • Auditory Skill Practice – a MUST for Hard of Hearing Students
  • Auditory Skills – Awareness
  • Bluetooth and Streaming Options
  • Bone-Anchored Hearing Solutions
  • Brain Development & Hearing Loss
  • Brain On? Hearing Device Monitoring is Necessary for Access to Education
  • Building your Child’s Self-Confidence
  • Bullying / Teasing Happens!
  • Bullying and Students with Hearing Loss
  • Can Kids with Hearing Loss in Private or Charter Schools Receive DHH Support Services?
  • Captioned Instructional Videos
  • Captioned Media to the Rescue!
  • Cholesteatoma – What is it? How can it affect learning?
  • Classroom Acoustics – Impact on Listening and Learning
  • Classroom Acoustics – Design Requirements for Schools
  • Classroom Acoustics – Impact on Listening and Learning
  • CMV (Cytomegalovirus) and Hearing Loss
  • Cochlear Implants
  • Cochlear: Helping Children “Hear now. And always.”
  • Communication Choices
  • Communication Development Monitoring – Infants and Toddlers
  • Connecting Hearing Devices to Computers or iPads
  • Creating the Least Restrictive Online Learning Environment for Students who are Deaf*/Hard of Hearing
  • Cued Speech Information
  • Dear Classroom Teacher: You Have A Student With Hearing Loss
  • Demonstrations: Simulated Listening with Hearing Loss & Devices
  • Describing the Impact of Hearing Loss to Parents/Teachers
  • Determining Annual Yearly Progress
  • Determining Appropriate Service Delivery to Improve Outcomes
  • Determining Listening Challenges
  • E-Learning
  • E-Learning & Coronavirus
  • E-Learning & Coronavirus (COVID-19)
  • E-Learning Survey Results
  • Ear Infections and Learning
  • Early Childhood: Infants, Toddlers, Preschool
  • Early Intervention Materials on Tap
  • Early Intervention Resources
  • Eligibility – Even with Good Grades
  • Emailable Tips for Preschool and Kindergarten Teachers
  • Emailable Tips for Teachers
  • Equal Access Includes Appropriate Accommodations During Testing
  • Evaluation Considerations
  • Evaluation Considerations – Low Average ≠ ‘Okay’
  • Evolution of the Hearing Aid
  • Expectations for Caring for Hearing Devices
  • Fatigue from Listening with Hearing Loss in School
  • First Impressions – Inservicing Busy Classroom Teachers
  • FM Systems
  • Focusing on Vocabulary Building
  • Get Free Tools to Work with Children with Hearing Loss
  • Getting Ready to Read
  • He Failed Hearing Screening! What’s Next?
  • Hearing Aid Retention for Young Children
  • Hearing Aids
  • Hearing Loss – Identification and Next Steps
  • Hearing Loss – Identification, Impact and Next Steps
  • Hearing Loss – Information on Specific Types
  • Hearing Loss and Sarcasm: The Problem is Conceptual NOT Perceptual
  • Hearing Loss PLUS Additional Disability(ies)
  • Hearing Loss Related to Childhood Ear Infections
  • Hearing Screening Resources
  • Helmets & Hearing Aids / Processors
  • Hyperacusis: Over-Sensitivity to Sound
  • IDEA Law Summary Information
  • Identifying Student’s Functional Issues in the Classroom
  • Impact of Hearing Loss on Child Development and School Performance
  • Improved Family Connections via Tele-Intervention
  • Inclusion – Factors that Make it or Break it
  • Inservicing the Classroom Teacher
  • Is the Inclusion Model Good for Students with Hearing Loss?
  • Issues: Determining Service Delivery
  • Issues: Eligibility Determination
  • Issues: Provision of Appropriate Assistive Technology/Accommodations
  • Keys To Improving Reading Skills
  • Language and Speech Development Issues
  • Learning Progress Equal to Peers?
  • Legal Issues in Serving Children with Hearing Loss
  • Listening (Auditory Skills) Development
  • Listening Inventory For Education – Revised (LIFE-R)
  • Listening Training Resources
  • Math & Language Development
  • Math & Language Development
  • MED-EL Cochlear Implants – Your Partner in Education
  • Mild Hearing Loss and Learning
  • Missing Bits Results in Syntax Deficits
  • Models of Service Delivery
  • Monitoring Progress of Skill-Building
  • More Tips For Itinerant Teachers
  • Noise-Related Hearing Loss
  • One Cost of Being the Lone ‘DHH Kid’ & the Need to Assess Social/Emotional Issues
  • Only One Ear CAN be a Big Deal
  • Oticon Amigo FM
  • Oticon Medical Ponto System
  • Oticon Streaming Options
  • Pace of Learning & Keeping Up in the Classroom
  • Personal FM vs Sound Field FM (Classroom Audio Distribution System)
  • Phonak Roger — Bridging the Understanding Gap for Children with Hearing Loss
  • Planning to Meet Student Needs
  • Pre-teaching Vocabulary and Vocabulary Instruction
  • Preparing for Success: What Classroom Teachers Need to Know About Students with Hearing Loss
  • Progress Monitoring – Gains Equal to Peers?
  • Push-In Services for Students in the Mainstream
  • Questions Families Often Ask about their Child with Hearing Loss
  • Reading Comprehension Delays – An Expectation for Most Students with Hearing Loss
  • Reducing the Impact of Stigma and Teasing
  • Relationship of Hearing Loss to Listening and Learning
  • School Preparedness for Students with Hearing Loss
  • School Supports, Modifications and Accommodations for Students
  • Schools Paying for Hearing Evaluation
  • Schools Purchasing Hearing Aids for Students
  • Self-Advocacy Apps!
  • Self-Advocacy as a Stand-Alone Service?
  • Self-Advocacy Skill Development is Required for Full Participation in the Classroom
  • Self-Advocacy Skills for Students with Hearing Loss
  • Self-Concept: Assessment & Strategies for Adolescents
  • Self-Concept: How the Child with Hearing Loss Sees Himself
  • Self-Concept: Infants, Toddlers, Preschoolers
  • Self-Concept: School-Age Children with Hearing Loss
  • Self-Identity and Hearing Loss
  • Signia – Hearing Solutions for Kids and Teens
  • Social Communication – PRAGMATICS
  • Social Needs & “I hate my hearing aids!”
  • Social Skills
  • Speech Perception & Learning
  • Speech Perception, the listening bubble, and impact on learning
  • Speechreading
  • Strategies for Keeping Hearing Aids on Young Children
  • Strength in Numbers
  • Student Materials for Learning About Hearing Loss & Hearing Aids
  • Study Skills for Children who are DHH
  • Summer Camps for Children who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing
  • Supporting Students Who Are Deaf Plus
  • Surface Learning is Not Enough – the Need for Deeper Understanding
  • Tailored Assessment for Students with Hearing Loss: Identifying Needs to Support Eligibility for Specialized Instruction
  • Teacher Guidance: Using FM in the Classroom
  • Teaching Auditory Skills via Remote Learning
  • Technology Monitoring Is Necessary For Hearing Device Users
  • Teen Transition – A Necessary Part of Future Success
  • Tests – Informal Assessments for Parents, Students, Teachers
  • The Necessity of Classroom Observation
  • The Power of the Read-Aloud
  • The ULTIMATE Goal – Self-Determination
  • Theory of Mind – Implications for Social Success
  • Tips For Itinerants
  • Too Many Students to Serve?
  • Transition Planning for Adulthood
  • Typical Auditory Development
  • Understanding Your Student’s Aided Hearing using the Desired Sensation Level (DSL) Approach
  • Unilateral Hearing Loss and Learning
  • What is “Normal” Hearing for Children?
  • What is Appropriate School Progress?