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Back to school: Supporting Students with Hearing Loss in Mainstream Classrooms

Original air date: September 10, 2014

Presented by Claire Troiano M.E.D., OTC, Director of Clarke Mainstream Services and Brittany Dorn, M.E.D., Itinerant Teacher of the Deaf for Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech Northampton

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Copy of presentation available here.

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AG Bell Academy for Listening and Spoken Language (LSLS) has approved this program for 1 CE Hour

Please circle the number that corresponds to the degree with which you agree with the following statements.

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I can describe the implications of hearing loss in the mainstream classroom.

I can identify ways to improve access for students with hearing loss.

I have a basic understanding of hearing aids, cochlear implants and FM systems.

The content was consistent with the workshop description and the objectives were clear.
The workshop was well organized and the presenter demonstrated a thorough knowledge of the subject matter.
The workshop met or exceeded my expectations.
Describe two specific skills acquired in this workshop and how they apply to your professional practices.

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