Estudiantes de la enseñanza con pérdida auditiva
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Estudiantes de la enseñanza con pérdida auditiva

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    Triona D.
    IE
    Triona D.

    Many strategies can be very effective and not noticed by other students when they are used across the whole classroom. This allows the student with a hearing impairment to be supported while the other students will also benefit from the strategy without the teacher drawing unnecessary and unwanted attention to the student.

    Lotoya L.
    TT
    Lotoya L.

    I like the ideal of in-cooperating the sign language it gives the children a more better understanding with some fun as Maria Montessori observed kids with disability problems and how they work well with their hands just by the way she saw them on the floor using their hands looking for food she immediately went and study the work of two pioneers Jean-Marc-Gaspard Itard and Édouard Séguin. Itard was well known for his book"Wild Boy of Aveyron," I LOVE HER APPROCAH she prefer natural, man-made and prepared environments

    Elisa B.
    IT
    Elisa B.

    I would avoid to "Recruit one or more classmates to assist in ‘translating’ oral comments that the student may have missed"... this might feel the student too different and dependent...but if it were the only way I'd do it carefully

    Ritah K.
    UG
    Ritah K.

    Since all the three strategies are practical, I believe once they are properly followed and used, can add value to a student's performance. Adding a student to a community of classroom is my best strategy since some students understand more from friends than teachers

    Ritah K.
    UG
    Ritah K.

    Can giving more tasks to these students be used as another strategy?

    Katerina K.
    GR
    Katerina K.

    It is important for a student with hearing loss to feel acceptable in the classroom. The teacher has to care for it and provide him/her with visual clues so that it is easier for him/her to understand the lesson. Moreover, it is important, not only the teacher but also the classsmates to learn some signals and gestures to communicate with the student in need during the lesson or at other times. In this way, the student will surely feel intimately and is helped in developing social skills.

    Maura C.
    IE
    Maura C.

    Twins and the twin dynamic can hide a disability. My experience is that this often happens.

    Shadrick T.
    US
    Shadrick T.

    When dealing with two are more students in the same classroom with hearing loss could the school allow the teacher to use some type of wireless mic, so that student can hear the lesson. When the instructions are given can the teacher let the aide work one on one with the student in another room?

    Aliaa Y.
    EG
    Aliaa Y.

    Use visual cues liberally.That strategy is very useful for Students with Hearing Loss

    Sheri B.
    US
    Sheri B.

    Hi I am a teacher for the Deaf for 22 years. I am Deaf myself. It is a big MUST for Deaf students to have an ASL (American Sign Language) interpreter if the Deaf and Hard of Hearing students are placed in public schools. If those Deaf and HOH students are placed in Deaf Schools it is a big must for teachers to know ASL. I am not talking about "home made or make up" sign language. Same idea if I create a spanish word to teach spanish children will you allow me? I bet you all shout "NO!" at me. Same here when you educate Deaf and HOH students. Please contact me if you want to learn more feel free contact me at [email protected]

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