Course Detail
Course Components:
In this course, teacher candidates will consider the unique characteristics and needs of students who are deaf or hard of hearing, which influence programming in the early intervention, preschool, elementary, and secondary settings across the broad range of educational placement options. This course includes practice in developing IFSPs and IEPs including preschool and post-secondary transitions. Teacher candidates will use and interpret technically sound assessments to determine present levels of functioning, write goals, and make decisions regarding appropriate services and educational placement. Emphasis will be placed on accommodations and modifications of the instructional environment to meet the individual physical, cognitive, cultural, communication and social needs of students. Included will be the management of listening technology in the home and classroom.