Course Detail
Units:
4.0
Course Components:
Lecture
Description
Provides teacher candidates with the evidence based knowledge and skills in the field of education of students who are deaf or hard of hearing, which influence programming and curriculum in the early intervention, preschool, elementary, and secondary settings across the broad range of educational placement options. Teacher candidates will understand the purposes of assessment and make appropriate decisions in response to assessment data. They will review curricular materials and describe how to select, adapt, and modify them for students who are deaf or hard of hearing. Teacher candidates will understand the IFSP/IEP process including three to three transition and the transition IEP. Teacher candidates will analyze the social and emotional needs of students with hearing loss and their families. Discussion will include the needs of students and families with culturally diverse backgrounds and students with additional disabilities. Development of consultation and collaboration roles of the itinerant teacher will be emphasized.