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Online Workshop Series

Teaching Children with Hearing Loss
to Listen and Talk

Integrating Audition,

Spoken Language,

and Academics



  • Examine the foundational auditory skills that can lead to higher levels of academic achievement
  • Learn to plan auditory activities that focus on these foundational skills while developing vocabulary, targeting spoken language and building curricular concepts
  • Connect specific auditory skills to connected spoken language used in academic learning e.g. explanations, discussions, and factual information
  • Learn how to plan a session that develops listening and spoken language using cross-curricular academic content
  • Earn ASHA CEUs!



AT A GLANCE

Title
Teaching Children with Hearing Loss
to Listen and Talk - Integrating Audition, Spoken Language, and Academics
Level
Intermediate
(Pre-requisites: Our
AV Basics workshop or equivalent knowledge. See FAQ for more info)
Presenter
Pratibha Srinivasan, Au.D., CCC-A, LSLS-Cert.AVT
When
11 AM - 4:00 PM Eastern Time
Thursday, November 2, 2017 NOT OFFERED THIS SEASON
Intended Audience
Teachers of the Deaf, Speech-Language Pathologists, Audiologists, Special Educators & other professionals who work with children with hearing loss.
CEUs

This course is offered for 0.4 ASHA CEUs
(Intermediate Level, Professional Area)
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This workshop provides 4.0 hours of LSLS CE/Learning credit.
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For other professionals, this course should
provide 4 professional development hours.
See FAQ below for more information
Equipment Required
PC or Mac, USB Headset; or iPad or other tablet; See FAQ for more details.
Registration
$99 per participant
Click Here to Register Now!



WORKSHOP SCHEDULE
Time (EST)
Topic
11:00 TO 12:00
Auditory Foundations for Academic Learning
a) Basic Skills
b) Auditory-Cognitive Skills
12:10 TO 1:10
Connecting Specific Auditory Skills to Types of Academic Content
a) Listening for Time/Sequence
b) Listening to New Language
c) Listening to Types of Connected Language
1:10 TO 1:50
LUNCH BREAK
1:50 TO 4:00
(with 10 min break)
Examples of Integrated Activity
a) Listening and Language First
b) Planning Listening Activities for Academic Learning
c) Cross-Curricular Activities



WHAT PEOPLE SAY

I learned some great strategies that I will be able to use to help children with hearing impairments learn academic concepts and be successful in the classroom. I really like the ready-to-use handouts! (K.H., Ohio)
It really struck me how easily children with hearing loss can miss so much information and how deliberate teachers must be to help support these students (E.M., New Jersey)
This was the best one yet!!! (P.J., Florida)
This workshop really helped me to think about planning for my students from an auditory standpoint. I learned about several things to start, stop, and continue! (K.S., Ontario)