Rule the School

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Rule the School
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Fostering independence of students with hearing loss by providing innovative resources for parents, teachers, and SLPs.
 
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Our students need to understand the specialized vocabulary of self-advocacy. Even though these words may not be used everyday, they are functional and relevant for our students. A student who does not understand that the teacher is legally
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Do you work with students who are deaf or hard of hearing? Have you ever wondered how exactly to help your students with hearing loss know what to say when they "miss" information, directions or instruction? The latest unit in Rule the School's
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Welcome to Unit 2 - Anatomy of the Ear In school a student with hearing loss will encounter others who will ask him about his amplification, challenge her on accommodations, are unaware of what can cause a hearing loss and/or bully or make fun of
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Help your students understand how their amplification works and how to troubleshoot and care for it with these fun activities. 18 activities covering hearing aids, FM and cochlear implants. Brag tags for all 3 devices are included! For further
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Due to the successes of infant hearing screening programs, early intervention programs and technological advances in amplification, more hearing-impaired students are now arriving at Kindergarten with age-appropriate or close to age-appropriate
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IDEA 2004 states “Almost 30 years of research and experience has demonstrated the education of children with disabilities can be made more effective by ensuring their access to the general education curriculum in the regular classroom to the maximum
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* 25+ Activities aligned with Common Core and Canadian ELA K-2 Standards * All activities are based on content of the book and either vocabulary, comprehension or phonemic/phonologic awareness * Appropriate for K-5 * Integrates self-advocacy with
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Do your students know how to report problems with this FM system? Can they explain how to use the microphone to a guest speaker? FM Bingo is a fun way to check a new student’s knowledge, write IEP goals, gather data, teach the content and
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Specially designed instruction may be necessary to teach students with hearing loss about their legal rights, accommodations, and how to obtain necessary accommodations in a socially appropriate manner. A student’s need to understand and access
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This CD has about 25 activities for Common Core ELA Standards for K-2 in 3 areas: phonological awareness, comprehension and vocabulary. The vocabulary and comprehension sections are appropriate for K-5. Work on self-advocacy skills at the same
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* 25+ Activities aligned with Common Core and Canadian ELA K-2 Standards * All activities are based on content of the book and either vocabulary, comprehension or phonemic/phonologic awareness * Appropriate for K-5 * Integrates self-advocacy with
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This bundle contains HearingAid TicTacToe Bingo, FM TicTacToe Bingo using Phonak's inspiro and Roger Pen FM Bingo. Teach your students about their amplification and how to use this knowledge to be a good self-advocate.
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Do you help middle and high school students with hearing loss learn how to problem solve challenging situations? How they handle these day to day challenges will depend on many factors. Some of these factors among others are cognitive level,
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Do any of your students with hearing loss use Phonak's newest FM technology? This innovative product will provide them with a variety of fun ways to learn the parts of Roger Pen and how it works. This knowledge is invaluable when a student needs
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* 25+ Activities aligned with Common Core and Canadian ELA K-2 Standards * All activities are based on content of the book and either vocabulary, comprehension or phonemic/phonologic awareness * Appropriate for K-5 * Integrates self-advocacy with
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Do you have students who need additional support with complex grammar? Sentence Combining is a long used strategy to teach, practice and use complex grammar. This fun activity uses the visual of a bridge for the conjunctions. Twenty-one sets of
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+ By popular request, here is the Spanish version of Hearing Aid TicTacToe Bingo. + Teach students with hearing loss the vocabulary of their hearing aids so they can report problems (EX: My tubing is cracked.) + Includes directions, sample IEP
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This fully editable booklet contains important information that general education teachers need to know and to be able to refer to so students with hearing loss can have educational access in their classes. Pages list contacts, who to contact
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Due to the successes of infant hearing screening programs, early intervention programs and technological advances in amplification, more hearing-impaired students are now arriving at Kindergarten with age-appropriate or close to age-appropriate
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+Higher level thinking activities to develop self-advocacy, language and ELA skills in elementary students with hearing loss! + Perfect for parents, teachers, audiologists and SLPs. +Aligned with Common Core and Canadian Educational Standards.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

30 + years as a speech-language pathologist and teacher of the deaf/hard of hearing

MY TEACHING STYLE

I am an Itinerant Teacher of Deaf/Hard of Hearing Students.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

2012 - Achievement for Best Practices in Teaching Spoken Language to Children who are Deaf/HH awarded by the North Carolina Consortium for Deaf/HH.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

B.A. in Speech - Duquesne University, Pittsburgh M.S. Speech and Hearing - Indiana University of Pennsylvania M.S. Education of the Deaf - Washington University, St. Louis

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My passions are early language, literacy and self-advocacy development!

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