As an educator for the deaf and hard of hearing, it is important for you to be aware of new strategies and technologies that can improve your students’ learning experience. This page features resources about trends, developments and more in the education of hearing-impaired students.
The letter of intent is your chance to demonstrate that you can convey information concisely through college-level writing. It's a heavily weighted factor in the application process and gives you an opportunity to stand out from hundreds of other applicants.Read More
Built around established degree programs, the new school is introduced amid increasing demand for healthcare professionals and educators.Read More
The program has grown steadily in the four years since its launch in 2014, as others are closing because of a low number of graduate students and expensive operating costs. Only four completely online Deaf Education programs exist in the U.S., and Saint Joseph’s has the highest number of...Read More
We live in a sound-oriented society. Extensive amounts of information are conveyed both deliberately and incidentally through interactions with others.Read More
The significance of hearing often goes underappreciated until it is no longer available, and for students who have lived their entire life with a hearing loss, education can prove challenging. Teachers must adapt to each classroom of students, and working with deaf or hard of hearing...Read More
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