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The Online Itinerant offers everything you need to meet your training needs and connect with other professionals and family members of deaf and hard of hearing students.  No subs!  No travel!  Access your trainings from the comfort of your own home, classroom, or even car!

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LIVE MONTHLY MEET-UPS

Join us LIVE for a Monthly Meet-Up where you can connect with others and receive an additional training that is pertinent to meeting the needs of students who are deaf or hard of hearing. Live Meet-Ups MUST be attended LIVE unless you are a member of the Professional Academy. Academy members have access to the recordings afterward - another awesome benefit to being a member of the Professional Academy!

December Meet-Up: Hearing Loss Technology: Leveling the Playing Field

Join us LIVE on December 12th at 7:00 pm CST with Laura Plummer, MA, CRC, ATP

Technology!  It keeps changing!  How can we know what to advocate for for our students and children if we don't know what's available?  This session will provide an in-depth look at the technology solutions that individuals with hearing loss use for communication and environmental awareness. Tools for education, the workplace, home, and the community will be explained and discussed.

**This training must be viewed LIVE.  Access to the training afterward is limited to Professional Academy Members Only. 

 

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2019-2020 Meet-Up Schedule

**All Meet-Ups happen live at 7:00 CST**

September 12:  Tina Childress, “Apps for Language Development”

October 10: Abby Zoia and Jessica Klein, CID,  "A Fresh Idea in Consulting"
November 14:  Karen Anderson,  "Digging Deeper: Legal Issues Supporting Students with Hearing Loss"
Dec 12:  Laura Plummer, “ Hearing Loss Technology: Leveling the Playing Field”
January 9:  Lou Rossetti, “Enhancing Caregiver Involvement for Children 6 and Under”
Feb 13:  Melinda Gillinger, “Supporting the Student who is Deaf Plus”
March 12:  Tiffany Hutchins  “Impact of Hearing Loss on Theory of Mind”
April 16 Kym Meyer, “Advocating for an Educational Audiologist”
May 14:  Brenda Wellen  “Wrapping up the School Year”
 
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Current Trainings

The Online Itinerant offers individual trainings available 24/7. Purchase individual training for $29.99 each or become a member of the Professional Academy and have unlimited access to all trainings and Monthly Meet-Ups all year long! All trainings provide a certificate of completion appropriate for PD. Trainings are also approved for the following: SHECH* (Michigan), CTLE (New York), CPDUs (Illinois), LSLS and RID credits - with more on the way!

Surviving the Itinerant Model

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The Accessible Classroom

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Visualizing Vocabulary

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Literacy Support

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Enlisting the Village

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The Itinerant TDHH - Where Do I Fit In?

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Using the Gen Ed Curriculum for Intervention

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Children’s Literature as the Basis for Listening and Language Development

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Captioning in the Classroom

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Creating Peers When There Are No (DHH) Peers

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Assistive Technology for DHH Students

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Working Together with Other Adults

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Interpreting the Audiogram Meaningfully

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Using the FLE Using Sentences

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Great Instructional Materials

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Connectivity in the Classroom

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Minding the Gap; Counseling Strategies

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5 Keys to Learning

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Identifying Self-Advocacy Needs and Building Skills**

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An Administrator's Journey

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Vocabulary: Principles for Effective Instruction

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Steps to Assessment**

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"With travel and conference budgets tightening it has been increasingly difficult for teachers of the deaf/hard of hearing to find professional development that will truly help them in their work with their students. Hooray for The Online Itinerant! There is now an option for professional development that not only has many relevant presentations on tap, but a thriving community and live Meet Ups so that teachers can also feel supported by one another. The Online Itinerant helps teachers deal with today’s issues in serving students with hearing loss!"

Karen Anderson, PhD.
Director, Supporting Success for Children with Hearing Loss

*SHECH credits require small additional fee

**Designated trainings are not included in the Professional Academy

Last updated 9/14/19

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