I love this guide because it really covers all the bases. From interpreters, communication and general strategies, you can gain a wonderful overview of how to best teach your student with a hearing impairment. This is an important resource that you may want to reference again and again.
View this short video to see firsthand how to best instruct and facilitate quality, inclusive learning for your student. It's helpful to see a real teacher with a real classroom in action and how seamless it can be to include all learners.
These ten tips are practical, yet if you are having your first experience with a student who is hearing impaired you may not have thought of them yet. A very insightful list, whether you are preparing to teach a student with a hearing impairment or simply wish to improve your strategies with your students.
This article is full of excellent resources including adaptation suggestions, assessment of hearing and different types of assistive technology. Become well-versed in these important topics to best help your students.
Find quality, adapted lesson plans here for your student. There is also a section on ASL and fingerspelling. I had the opportunity as a student myself to learn fingerspelling and some sign language and it has proven valuable time and time again. I have also gotten to teach some of my own classes how to fingerspell. I recommend looking it up and trying it out! Kids love it too!
This thorough guide is presented by the Canadian government's Education department. I appreciate that it outlines prep work. As with most themes related to teaching, preparation is a key component. This guide provides great information.