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Race to the Brain Game

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A fun and organized way to teach students about their own hearing loss and its impact. The game also provides a means to discuss hearing devices, challenging listening situations and use of self-advocacy skills. The Race to the Brain Game includes:

  • Two heavy lamintated game boards – 1 with and 1 without cochlear implant
  • Two heavy laminated blank audiograms and an erasable marker for students to draw in their own audiograms
  • Over 100 game cards, organized into topical information
  • Each question card is written at 3 learning levels
  • List of questions with suggested answers
  • Data collection sheet
  • 1-2-3 Die and a 1-2-3-4-5-6- Die
  • Instruction sheet with extensive sample learning objectives

All items are included in a heavy-duty plastic envelope for easy transport for busy itinerant teachers or storage in resource rooms or homes.

The list of questions with suggested answers make Race to the Brain Game a good way to learn about hearing loss, hearing device use, and self-advocacy for teacher training programs, educational professionals, and family members.

 

 TOPICS COVERED

Hearing & Hearing Loss

  • Anatomy and the Hearing Process
  •  Audiologic Information and Support

Hearing Devices & Listening Environments

  • Personal Hearing Devices
  • Assistive Technology
  • Listening Environments

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