Teaching Students with Hearing Loss
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Teaching Students with Hearing Loss

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    Maria B.
    PA
    Maria B.

    I found a link for an online hearing test: http://www.hear-it.org/Online-Hearing-Test . Try it out!

    Petuel E.
    HT
    Petuel E.

    What other kinds activities could you do with students when you include them in the community of the classroom?

    Azma A.
    AE
    Azma A.

    please review the answer for the question related to legal blindness

    Mike L.
    GB
    Mike L.

    Are students who have been deaf from birth easier to teach than a student who developed deafness after illness ?

    Raquel G.
    BR
    Raquel G.

    Where else can be done for the student with hearing loss and for the regular students?

    Cindy G.
    US
    Cindy G.

    someone had mentioned something to the affect that the parents should have discovered, or one would hope that they had. Unfortunately, if there are absentee parents or both parents work to make ends meet, these things may go unnoticed. The child learns well how to adapt or hide the issue. recording classroom lectures so the student can review later is helpful. If able to obtain amplification headphones these too can help. We have stethoscopes with amplifiers on them. Use visual cues often, many hand outs.

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