- Itinerant Teachers of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing--this is for you! Please note: this is currently for the 2020-2021 school year. I update the planner at the beginning of the summer for the new school year. All future updates to this file are free.I have tried many different ways to stay organized
- Vocabulary Preview and Review Task CardsThe perfect way to target preview/review vocabulary IEP goals!Many students need extra vocabulary practice. Students who are deaf or hard of hearing tend to miss language input from their environment and benefit from previewing content vocabulary before class
- Teachers of the Deaf: Do you need an easy way to identify your student's self-advocacy needs? Need a starting point for discussing common problems and brainstorming solutions? Check out this self advocacy problems and solutions worksheet and game. This Resource Includes:• Worksheets: space with 4 o
The first year as an Itinerant Teacher of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing can be challenging. You will likely see a huge variety of students and it can be overwhelming to prepare for so many different students in so many different schools.
I bundled the 3 resources I felt were the most helpful my first year as a TOD. This bundle is best fit for itinerant K-12 teachers of the deaf and hard of hearing.
Save $3 by getting the bundle!
Here's what's included:
•Itinerant Caseload Binder and Planner: Full of student info sheets, data tracking, checklists, accommodations, covers, a planner and more. Check out the full listing for a complete list of what's included. You can also go to my Instagram (@listeningfun) and watch my highlight where I show you how I organized my planner.
• Self-Advocacy Problems and Solutions Worksheet and Game: This worksheet and game are a good introduction to identifying your student's self-advocacy needs. The game can be played throughout the year to refresh self-advocacy skills.
•Vocabulary Preview and Review Tasks Cards: Many students with hearing loss miss information in class and need to preview and review content vocabulary. These task cards include prompts, activities, and games that can be applied to any vocabulary list.
Here are the original listings for more info:
I also recommend having a few following directions activities on hand. There are several available for free in my store that you can download as well!
I hope you find these resources helpful!
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