This is a one day course designed for teachers and other professionals supporting students who are deaf and hard of hearing. It is indented to provide the participants with the theoretical knowledge regarding the role of self-advocacy in the academic access and inclusion of students who are deaf and hard of hearing.
Individuals with ASD can face many challenges in classroom environments. If unsupported these difficulties can result in behavioural issues that can be exceptionally disruptive to the individuals and their peer’s engagement in learning. A student engagement framework will be used to discuss evidence based strategies for supporting behaviour in the classroom.
This one day course is designed for teachers who have students that are deaf or hard of hearing in their classroom.The course will be presented using a flipped classroom model where participants will need to view webinars to gain fundamental knowledge prior to attending a face to face session.