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Deaf Education Professional Development SUMMIT


You have on-demand access for 4 months to all the trainings you need.  Credit is offered through The Online Itinerant, Minot State University*, ISBE, CTLE, RID, ASHA and AG Bell.  

The Deaf Education Professional Development Summit through The Online Itinerant offers everything you need to meet your training needs.  No subs!  No travel!  Access your trainings from the comfort of your own home, classroom, or even car!
Our Deaf Education Summit offers more than 30 hours of on-demand trainings. Join now and gain access immediately!  You'll have 4 months to complete your trainings, so you have the flexibility to complete them on your own schedule from any device.


An Administrator's Journey, presented by Dr. Jen Zynda

Apps that Leverage Touch Technology, presented by Tina Childress

Assistive Technology for DHH Students, Presented by Kelly Rehbeck

Captioning in the Classroom, Presented by TJ DiGrazia

Could It Be A Sensory Issue? Presented by Bev Teeter

Creating Peers When There Are No DHH Peers, Presented by Stefanie Kessen

Enhancing Caregiver Involvement for Children 6 and Under, Presented by Dr. Lou Rossetti

Enlisting the Village, Presented by Stefanie Kessen

Hearing Loss Technology - Leveling the Playing Field, Presented by Laura Plummer

Impact of Hearing Loss on Theory of Mind, presented by Dr. Tiffany Hutchins

The Itinerant TDHH - Where Do I Fit In? , Presented by Stefanie Kessen

Legal Issues Supporting Students with Hearing Loss, Presented by Karen Anderson

Secret Hacks to Delivering Rockstar Itinerant Services, by Stefanie Kessen

Surviving the Itinerant Model, Presented by Gail Wright

Understanding Assessments for Students with Hearing Loss, Presented by Mary Shaddox

Unilateral and Mild Hearing Loss CAN Be a Big Deal, Presented by Dr. Karen Anderson

Using the General Education Curriculum for Intervention, Presented by Monica Faherty

Vocabulary: Principles for Effective Instruction, Presented by Kristin DiPerri

Working Together with Other Adults: Demystifying Consultation and Collaboration for Teachers of the Deaf, Presented by Dr. Brittany Dorn

What is an Educational Audiologist and Do You Need One? Presented by Dr. Kym Meyer





Join now and get Professional Development credit today!

*Small additional fee for graduate credit from Minot State University.

What People Are Saying:

Thank you so much for all YOU do!! I never even heard mention of "itinerant teacher" in my deaf ed classes. I had NO CLUE where to start. The Online Itinerant has been such a HUGE help and blessing!

Amy C - Teacher of the Deaf - Jackson

As a 1:1 interpreter I have always encouraged the students I work with to be the "carrier of the FM." It is their equipment/tool so I believed they should carry and hand the FM off to their teachers. The level of responsibility, of course, was dependent upon their age. "Enlisting the Village" reaffirmed my decision as a good one for fostering independence, and self-confidence. Thank you for that affirmation.

Jackie, Educational Interpreter