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6 Courses Group – 2025 Virtual Conference



Make it Take it!: Creating Engaging Activities for Each Strand of the Reading Rope Delve into effective literacy instruction with “Make it Take it!” Each strand of the Reading Rope framework will be addressed in a comprehensive model that encapsulates the various components essential for proficient reading. Through hands-on activities, participants will learn how to design engaging and effective instructional materials

Strategic & Interactive Writing Instruction (SIWI) Parts 1 and 2 Educators will be introduced to Strategic and Interactive Writing Instruction (SIWI), an evidence-based approach to teaching writing to deaf and hard of hearing students. This session will include an overview of the SIWI driving principles, with actionable steps for beginning SIWI implementation and how to obtain additional professional development.

Congenitally Deafblind, Session 1: Experiencing the World Through the Sense of Touch The goal of this introductory session is to initiate and provoke thought and conversation from the participant.

Congenitally Deafblind, Session 2: The Five Steps of Interaction with children who are congenitally deafblind; applying basic principles of social interaction in the co-creation of a language that does not yet exist During this session we will explore ideas, topics, and questions for the adult interaction partner of congenitally deafblind learners with emerging language. Using video examples, we will illustrate and discuss five essential elements for beginning, maintaining, and closing an interactive conversation through tactile-bodily communication modes.

Teaching Mathematical Word Problems and Vocabulary to Students Who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing This presentation addresses the unique challenges faced by educators when teaching mathematical word problems and vocabulary to students who are deaf or hard of hearing.

Emotion Socialization & Children who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing This session will introduce the topic of “emotion socialization” and emphasize the important role of teachers (and others working in/with school systems) in helping children to learn about emotions.

Fostering Healthy Relationships with Peers: Pragmatics in Action This session will delve into some of the challenges that children who are deaf or hard of hearing can have in inclusive educational settings and provide actionable strategies to help them develop positive relationships with their peers.

Collaboration and Involvement:  Parents and IEP Teams Working Together Let’s face it – raising, and educating a deaf or hard of hearing child takes time, energy and resources.  Help build a pathway to success by fostering a close working relationship between families and educators

Spill the Tea!  What Itinerant Teaching REALLY Looks Like The model of itinerant teaching is not taught in university programs. There is so much to learn when one is new to the profession, or suddenly moved into the job of teaching students, often 1:1.

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