Classroom Participation and Reading in Deaf or Hard-of- Hearing Children
Classroom Participation and Reading in Deaf or Hard-of- Hearing Children
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This exercise highlights three articles. First, a qualitative research study with multiple high school student participants with deafness/hearing loss examining factors that promoted versus challenged their access to classroom communication and participation is included. The next article is a preliminary study exploring that children with reading impairments are more likely to fail hearing screenings that children with typical reading skills. Finally, the third article looks at shared book reading and its association with language growth aspects for children who are deaf and hard of hearing over a 4-week training program related to caregiver knowledge of emergent literacy features

Learning Outcomes
You will be able to:

  • identify two characteristics and/or skills of a teacher, sign language interpreter, and deaf or hard of hearing (DHH) student that facilitates successful inclusion outcomes
  • explain the importance of screening hearing during a literacy diagnostic
  • identify at least 2 emergent literacy skills that parents can target during shared book reading

Continuing Education

10/12/2020 to 10/12/2023

Product Information

Item #(s): WEBS0920907
Client Age: Children
Format(s): SIG Perspectives
Language: English

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