12 hours of NEW on-demand trainings including TWO Master Classes; Building Collaboration with Adults by Brittany Dorn Coffey and Building Speech Perception Skills During Academic Instruction by Julia West.
Other new trainings include Teaching Transition and Training Student Experts (Elementary), Teaching Transition and Training Student Experts (Secondary) by Michelle Pandian, Cued Speech Myths BUSTED by Karla Giese and Heide Hebron, Hearing Loss Technology - Leveling the Playing Field by Laura Plummer, Self-Determination in Action: Creating Opportunities and Assessing Skills, Presented by Kaitlyn Millen, Tips for Teachers from a Parent Perspective, by Lisa Kovacs..
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 DiPerriWorking 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
Everything you need in your Teacher Toolbox - at your fingertips! Assessments and forms and on-demand lessons and activities for Auditory Training, Language, Self-Advocacy, Self-Identity/Social-Emotional, Transition and Working Memory. You never need to fill your trunk activities again!
Designed to provide support, share resources, and build relationships with others in the field, Super Groups meet at a time that works for YOU and supports you all year long.
Led by another member of the Professional Academy GOLD, this is a great opportunity to be mentored or to mentor others
September 8 and October 6: Data-Driven Present Levels and Goals: Collecting Data and Ensuring IEP Compliance (Parts 1 & 2)
November 3: Maximizing Access through Roger Technology
December 1 and January 5: Deafness and Autism; Strategies for Success Parts 1 & 2
February 2 and March 2: TBA
April 6: Creating a Deaf Friendly Home