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Webinar Series for Professionals: Trading in the One-Time In-Service for Consistent Communication with School Teams

This presentation will teach concrete ways for teachers of the deaf (TODs) and other professionals supporting mainstream students who use listening and spoken language to structure and sustain consistent communication with educational teams.

Because hearing loss is a low-incidence disability, general education teachers often lack the training needed to work with this unique population of learners. This presentation offers TODs, speech-language pathologists and other professionals strategies for effective communication with teachers and teams. The goal is for increased knowledge among school teams and improved outcomes for students who are deaf and hard of hearing.

AG Bell Academy CEUs pending approval. Certificates of attendance will be provided.

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Britt Coffey, PhD, MEd

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Britt Coffey, PhD, MEd

Massachusetts Mainstream Services Supervisor, Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech

Britt is the Mainstream Services Supervisor for Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech in Massachusetts. She leads a team of 20 teachers of the deaf and speech-language pathologists who provide support to students with hearing loss and their teams in a variety of settings. Britt has worked in both general education and education of those who are deaf or hard of hearing and has published widely on topics related to teaching children with hearing loss. She has articles in the American Annals of the Deaf, the Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education and the Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation, among others. She has presented nationally and internationally and enjoys working with general education teachers and teachers of students who are deaf or hard of hearing to help them improve their relationship with one another. 

Emily Snow, MED

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Emily Snow, MED

Itinerant Teacher of the Deaf, Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech

Emily is in her ninth year as an itinerant teacher of the deaf for Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech in Massachusetts and formerly worked as a preschool teacher of the deaf at the Weingarten Children’s Center in Redwood City, California. Emily has been actively involved with youth who are deaf and hard of hearing as a camp counselor for over three years at Clarke’s summer camp and was a co-leader of Clarke’s outreach “Buddies” program that brought together children who are deaf/hard of hearing to teach advocacy, empowerment and breaking down barriers through activities, games and role-play.  More recently, Emily has been interested in educating professionals in the field and co-presented at the Council for Exceptional Children’s Conference (CEC) in Orlando, Florida and the High Expectations for Students with Low Incidence Disabilities (HELIX) conference at Penn State University. Emily is passionate about educating individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing and giving her students the tools they need to succeed both inside and outside of school. 


English live captioning will be provided. (Accommodation requests were due by Jan 16, 2023.)

Request accommodations from the list below by filling out the form. Kindly submit all accommodation requests by Jan 16, 2023. 

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