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Understanding Students With Hearing Loss
Transcript of Understanding Students With Hearing Loss
Levels of Hearing Deficiency Congenital vs. acquired loss
Trauma and exposure Causes of Hearing Impairments Effects in the Classroom Technological Tools Available Social Struggles and Support By: Emily, Jessie, Kathryn, Sara and Wes Learning Objectives Define hearing loss and its known causes.
Recognize how the child is affected in the classroom and understand the social impacts.
Identify the technological tools available to aid students with a hearing impairment. Case Study: Chrissy,
who has hearing loss Hearing impairment -“an impairment in hearing, whether permanent or fluctuating, that adversely affects a child’s educational performance”
Deafness - “a hearing impairment that is so severe that the child is impaired in processing linguistic information through hearing , with or without amplification” Academic impacts
Approaches to teaching
Inclusive vs. specialized classrooms
Social impacts Hearing aids
Induction loop systems
Sound-field amplification systems
Vlogs “The cultural aspects of the Deaf world are vital in providing a healthy sense of well-being. It focuses on what Deaf people CAN do, as opposed to the pathological approach of focusing on what's wrong. There's a sense of belonging, and of validation." What are some causes of hearing loss? What are some potential advantages and disadvantages of an integrated classroom for a student with hearing loss?.... ... Any Questions? Developmental pattern
Decrease in playing and social learning
4 Main factors in social development
Sense of isolation loneliness References:
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American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (n.d.)Cochlear Implants, Retrieved from http://www.asha.org/public/hearing/Cochlear- Implants-Overview/
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (n.d.)Hearing Assistive Technology, Retrieved from http://www.asha.org/public/hearing/Hearing-Assistive-Technology-Overview/
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Obj.1- Able to define hearing loss and its known causes.
Obj.2- Able to recognize how the child is affected in the classroom and understand the social impacts.