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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