History, Philosophy and Professional Issues

It is important to understand the history of education strategies for people with hearing loss learn how philosophies have evolved. Equally important is knowing the current landscape of professional opportunities, issues and concerns.

Integrating into the Hearing World: Inclusion Success Indicators [STUDY]

Most orally educated children with hearing loss receive their schooling alongside hearing students. This study uses focus groups to explore how students, teachers, parents, and administrators can help or hinder a student’s inclusion. Read More »

Understanding the Changes to IDEA Part C Regulations

The Part C Early Intervention Program is the section of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act of 2004 (IDEA) that applies to children with disabilities from birth through two years of age. New regulations for the Part C Early Intervention Program for Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities were published in the Federal Register and became effective on Oct. 28, 2011. Read More »

Video: Become a Teacher of the Deaf

Children who are deaf or hard of hearing can do anything they want - but they can't do it without support from teachers of the deaf who believe in them. Read More »