EHD 4270: Teaching DHH Students in Diverse Settings
Course Description for Teaching DHH Students in Diverse Settings
Teaching DHH Students in Diverse Settings
Prerequisite: ASL 2140, ASL 2150 and EHD 4940
Description: This field-based course focuses on working with students who are deaf or hard of hearing who use advanced hearing and listening technologies in a variety of settings; in addition to those students who may not use hearing and listening technologies. Issues and trends related to teaching students with cochlear implants, digital hearing aids, bone-conduction hearing aids, advanced FM systems, and speech to text devices will be discussed. The importance of differentiated instruction and other instructional strategies will be presented. Field hours in a setting with student(s) who are deaf or hard of hearing is required to successfully complete this course.