Each student who is deaf comes to class with different life experiences, different background knowledge, and different language exposure. Language deprivation causes weaknesses in working memory, sequencing, and other cognitive and psycho-social skills.
As I keep trying to do the best I can for my students, I make products that could possibly be useful to another teacher of the deaf.
Our school has a subscription to iXL.com. With the holes in language that students who are deaf tend to have, giving my students assignments in iXL has been tricky.
This tracking sheet helps me identify what skill each student is doing well and usually why they are struggling in some areas. It also has a place for me to put down the % correct, which then goes on the IEP tracking sheets. Last, I added a place to circle if the activity was actually assigned for class or if the student decided to do a different activity. That helps with grading because wasting class time on unnecessary assignments has its consequences.
This is a Word document, and I've tried to make sure that it is fully editable.
Any changes that you need to make that will benefit the student, please feel free. We have enough stressors trying to break down special education, let's work together! I hope this helps!