Perfect Timing

5/26/20 #Deafedmusthavesale Today is the #Deafedmusthavesale and Quick Guide for Teachers is on sale for 50% off. What is the Quick Guide? This fully editable booklet contains the information that general education teachers need to know to start the year and refer to all year long. It comes pre-loaded with some of the most common […]

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Classroom-Based Intervention

4/25/20 Are you a: Special educator SLP Teacher of English Language Learners Teacher of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students? Is your school district is using EL Education as their ELA curriculum? Do your students need additional support in phonological awareness? This resource is for you! It is based on one of the trade books […]

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Freebie for Communication Repair

  Thank you PuhTuhKuh Kelly! Here is her cute, free resource for teaching and practicing communication repair!  I really like the color coding activity used to teach and heighten awareness of the fact that communication is a two-way street.  This activity can be easily integrated with Rule the School Unit 4 – Communication Repair for […]

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New – Book Booster Bundle

I created a bundle for my TeachersPayTeachers Store of all 4 Book Boosters! AND Monday, Nov. 25th is the #DeafEdMustHaveSale so it will be 20% off. AND I also put 2 of the books available on my website on sale Nov. 25th for 20% off as well! What is a Book Booster you may ask? […]

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How to Use this Podcast to Help Students Learn about College

  Have you listened to the Podcast from Child’s Voice staff called “All Ears”?  The staff host a variety of guests from the deaf/hard of hearing world on topics ranging from sign language to theory of mind to self-advocacy to communication modes.  Transcripts are provided on the website so you can read along while you […]

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Time-Saving Hack for CASLLS

At a recent staff meeting of itinerant teachers of deaf/hard of hearing students, we had a work session on learning to plot a language sample on the CASLLS.  One of my fellow itinerant teachers came up with a brilliant time-saving idea. She used Office 365 Word to transcribe her language sample.  With her sample open […]

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Walking in the Hall with a Student

Do you go to your student’s classroom to get him/her and walk back to your room and then walk the student back to his/her classroom?  This can be valuable time for assessing, bonding, and learning!  Picture having a conversation with the student in a noisy hall.  Walking side by side naturally minimizes the visual cues […]

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Heading to SC AG Bell!

I will be exhibiting in Columbia tomorrow.  Please stop by my table if you  are there. Take me to TeachersPayTeachers!     Take me to iTunes!

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#DeafEdMustHave Sale – Today!!

@ListeningFun has organized a recurring monthly sale on TeachersPayTeachers starting today January 15th!  Check out the sale on activities used by professionals who work with kids with hearing loss!

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