When working with children who have hearing loss you will discover there is a variety of communication modality options – Sign Language (American Sign Language OR English Sign Language), Auditory-Oral, Auditory-Verbal, Total Communication, etc. We will be expanding more on these options in the future, but for now I would like to highlight one modality… Read More Babies and Sign Language – A Wonderful Combination
“What has inspired you to become a teacher?” Before I delve into my personal history and self-exploration, I want to encourage you all to revisit the question of “what motivates you to teach?” Often this question is addressed as we walk in our classroom on our first day as a teacher and then gets forgotten… Read More Students Forever
Background noise in a classroom can come from a variety of sources. Maybe the door is open and there are loud activities occurring in the hallway, children on the playground laughing and hollering and having fun right next to the window. The dinosaur age air conditioning/heating unit kicks on in the back corner of the room.… Read More 5 Tips to Improve Classroom Acoustics
This is the excerpt for a placeholder post. It can be deleted or edited to make it your own.… Read More Loving What You Do & Doing What You Love – How do you stay inspired?