FCEI Principles in Perspective—Exploring the Issues from Multiple Angles is the FCEI virtual-learning series. Running from February to October 2021 these live, sign-language interpreted, interactive webinars will be free to participants. Each webinar will address a topic from the point-of-view of professionals, Deaf and Hard of Hearing adults, and parents in a facilitated discussion. Q&A (more…)
Students with low vision may benefit from accessing printed material through a variety of means and may use both print and braille effectively in their education.
This training will introduce and examine the Developmental, Individual difference, Relationship-based (DIR) model, which is an established and recognized framework to understand a child’s development that was developed by Dr. Stanley Greenspan.
This online workshop will build on the foundational concepts of trauma-informed care discussed in the RIDBC DHH Masterclass “From NEAR to HEAR” (19 March- made available free to all registration for this course) and equip practitioners with the skills and tools necessary to make their practices trauma-informed
This workshop will identify all relevant principles essential in ensuring a true understanding in braille transcription of mathematical material from Kindergarten to Year 12. It will focus specifically on the braille rules and how these are applied across the mathematical syllabuses.
This series is rapidly evolving and more sessions will be added in the coming weeks! Auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorder – putting the ‘spectrum’ into perspective. Thursday 29 April, 12-1pm AEST. Presented by Dr Kirsty Gardner-Berry Whilst auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder (ANSD) is known to result in a wide range of outcomes with both hearing aids (more…)
This one-day workshop will explore the links between pragmatics and social communication. Participants will build knowledge informed by the latest research in the field of pragmatics in deaf and hard of hearing (DHH) children and young people, and its application to a range of education settings.
This 7 week ONLINE course provides participants with an opportunity to build on the foundations that they learned in Auslan 1. Each week, participants will be sent a video of Auslan signs to learn ready for the 1.5-2 hour interactive webinar which will provide an opportunity to consolidate and rehearse the signs in games and activities.
This assessment is offered to those participants that have completed the Auslan 2 course. The assessment is practical and takes up to 30 minutes to complete with an external assessor. You will have an opportunity to test your knowledge and understanding of what you have learnt in Auslan 2.
Hearts for Hearing has adapted Conscious Discipline’s neurodevelopmental brain-state model to coach parents and professionals equipping them with brain-based tools to help children build self-regulation and executive skills for greater performance in listening and spoken language in therapy, audiology, the classroom, and at home.