The Center for Educational Excellence is committed to addressing the professional development needs of New Hampshire educators through affordable training focused on best practices. We offer trainings and workshops both on and off campus and work with schools to design professional development for teachers, paraprofessionals, and staff.
To learn more about how the Center for Educational Excellence can partner with your school to provide professional development based on your needs, please contact Dr. Heather Wood, email@example.com.
Supporting Success for Children with Hearing Loss
$250 for Professionals, $200 for Parents.
The NHTI CEE is cosponsoring this event, however all inquiries and registrations should go to Heather Holt, coordinator of the conference at firstname.lastname@example.org
• Impact of Hearing Loss on Classroom Function
• Access and Learning Needs
• Accommodations and Interventions
• Social Issues and Interventions
Each child is expected to be a full participant within the general education classroom. Due to the access barriers caused by the hearing loss, students require specific skill building and appropriate accommodations if they are realistically going to be able to progress at the same rate as their class peers. This full-day workshop will review considerations for what students need to learn and receive accommodations for so that they are more likely to be full participants in the classroom.