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Wednesday, May 13

  1. page home edited ... Welcome! This site - DHH Itinerant Wikispaces was developed to support teacher throughout the…
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    Welcome!
    This site - DHH Itinerant Wikispaces was developed to support teacher throughout the State of Florida after participants at the annual Florida Educators of the Deaf/Hard of Hearing Individuals (FEHI) Conference requested a way to share resources with each other.
    It is hosted/run by the Resource Materials and Technology Center for the Deaf/Hard of Hearing
    If you have questions, please contact me:
    Shelley Ardis
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Thursday, March 19

  1. page Forms edited ... Consultation Staff Follow-up Example Consultation Survey/Report Schedules, Schools and Stud…
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    Consultation Staff Follow-up
    Example Consultation Survey/Report
    Schedules, Schools and Students:Sample Forms for Student Information:
    School Information
    Student Information
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    {Relationshp of Hearing Loss to Listening and Learning Needs .pdf}
    {Clay County HA Checklist0001.pdf}

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  2. page Forms edited ... So many words to demonstrate today's reality of a LOT of paperwork related to educating studen…
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    So many words to demonstrate today's reality of a LOT of paperwork related to educating students.
    On this page many documents will be provided for you to download and use in your role as an Itinerant Teacher. If you have some of your own materials to share - please do!
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    Forms for Schedules,Consultation:
    Consultation Log
    Parent Introduction to Consultation
    Introduction to Providing Consultation - Elementary
    Introduction to Providing Consultation - Secondary
    Introduction to Providing Consultation: Unilateral Loss Elementary
    Introduction to Providing Consultation: Unilateral Loss Secondary
    Consultation Staff Follow-up
    Example Consultation Survey/Report
    Schedules,
    Schools and
    School Information
    Student Information
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    FTE Documentation
    Hearing Aid Check - http://rmtcosbd.org/resources/daily-listening-checks
    Consultation Log
    Session Log Cover
    Schedule (Elementary)
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    Weekly Service Schedule
    Sample Forms for Parents and Schools:
    Parent Introduction to Consultation
    Parent Introduction to Itinerant Services
    Principal Elementary
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    Levels of Hearing Loss
    Tips for A Successful Learning Environment for Students with Hearing Loss
    Introduction to Providing Consultation - Elementary
    Introduction to Providing Consultation - Secondary
    Introduction to Providing Consultation: Unilateral Loss Elementary
    Introduction to Providing Consultation: Unilateral Loss Secondary
    Consultation Staff Follow-up
    Example Consultation Survey/Report

    Providing Direct Service - Elementary
    Providing Direct Service - Secondary
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    {Relationshp of Hearing Loss to Listening and Learning Needs .pdf}
    {Clay County HA Checklist0001.pdf}

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  3. page Itinerant Teacher Record Keepting edited ... Itinerant Tools & Treasures - Record Keeping It is often the role of the Itinerant Teache…
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    Itinerant Tools & Treasures - Record Keeping
    It is often the role of the Itinerant Teacher of the Deaf/Hard of Hearing to lead the documentation activities related to a students performance on their IEP as well as the implementation of the IEP by members of the IEP Team.
    SampleVisit the Forms page for Schedules, Schools and Students:
    School Information
    Student Information
    Student Folder Cover Letter
    FTE Documentation
    Hearing Aid Check - http://rmtcosbd.org/resources/daily-listening-checks
    Consultation Log
    Session Log Cover
    Schedule (Elementary)
    Schedule for Teachers
    Weekly Service Schedule
    Sample Forms for Parents and Schools:
    Parent Introduction to Consultation
    Parent Introduction to Itinerant Services
    Principal Elementary
    Principal Secondary
    What is the IEP?
    Levels of Hearing Loss
    Tips for A Successful Learning Environment for Students with Hearing Loss
    Introduction to Providing Consultation - Elementary
    Introduction to Providing Consultation - Secondary
    Introduction to Providing Consultation: Unilateral Loss Elementary
    Introduction to Providing Consultation: Unilateral Loss Secondary
    Consultation Staff Follow-up
    Example Consultation Survey/Report
    Providing Direct Service - Elementary
    Providing Direct Service - Secondary
    Introduction to Providing Direct Service: Unilateral Loss Elementary
    Introduction to Providing Direct Service: Unilateral Loss Secondary
    samples.
    Capturing Student Work Artifacts
    Picture to PDF
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  4. page Forms edited ... So many words to demonstrate today's reality of a LOT of paperwork related to educating studen…
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    So many words to demonstrate today's reality of a LOT of paperwork related to educating students.
    On this page many documents will be provided for you to download and use in your role as an Itinerant Teacher. If you have some of your own materials to share - please do!
    Sample Forms for Schedules, Schools and Students:
    School Information
    Student Information
    Student Folder Cover Letter
    FTE Documentation
    Hearing Aid Check - http://rmtcosbd.org/resources/daily-listening-checks
    Consultation Log
    Session Log Cover
    Schedule (Elementary)
    Schedule for Teachers
    Weekly Service Schedule
    Sample Forms for Parents and Schools:
    Parent Introduction to Consultation
    Parent Introduction to Itinerant Services
    Principal Elementary
    Principal Secondary
    What is the IEP?
    Levels of Hearing Loss
    Tips for A Successful Learning Environment for Students with Hearing Loss
    Introduction to Providing Consultation - Elementary
    Introduction to Providing Consultation - Secondary
    Introduction to Providing Consultation: Unilateral Loss Elementary
    Introduction to Providing Consultation: Unilateral Loss Secondary
    Consultation Staff Follow-up
    Example Consultation Survey/Report
    Providing Direct Service - Elementary
    Providing Direct Service - Secondary
    Introduction to Providing Direct Service: Unilateral Loss Elementary
    Introduction to Providing Direct Service: Unilateral Loss Secondary

    Mail Merge
    Gail Wright
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    9:50 am
  5. page Forms edited ... So many words to demonstrate today's reality of a LOT of paperwork related to educating studen…
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    So many words to demonstrate today's reality of a LOT of paperwork related to educating students.
    On this page many documents will be provided for you to download and use in your role as an Itinerant Teacher. If you have some of your own materials to share - please do!
    Please share additional documents used for collecting data related to itinerant services delivery:
    Letter to the Principal
    Letter to the Parent

    Mail Merge
    Gail Wright
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    infoblank.xls
    Documentation.doc
    These are extra handoutsHandouts that Lynne
    Teacher Questionnaire
    {http://www.wikispaces.com/i/mime/32/application/pdf.png} Teacher_Questionnaire.pdf Teacher_Questionnaire.pdf {Teacher_Questionnaire.pdf}
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    {http://www.wikispaces.com/i/mime/32/application/pdf.png} Targeting_Ed_Risk.pdf Targeting_Ed_Risk.pdf {Targeting_Ed_Risk.pdf}
    Forms from different Itinerant Teachers of D/HH
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    the different contiescounties are using.
    {IEP_Checklist.pdf}
    {Elementary Progress Check for Primary Teacher.doc}
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  6. page Itinerant Teacher Record Keepting edited ... Introduction to Providing Direct Service: Unilateral Loss Elementary Introduction to Providin…
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    Introduction to Providing Direct Service: Unilateral Loss Elementary
    Introduction to Providing Direct Service: Unilateral Loss Secondary
    Capturing Student Work Artifacts
    Picture to PDF
    Notability
    iO Pen by Logitech
    eBeam
    Writing Records

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  7. page Tools & Treasures Accommodations edited ... Interpreting: This service may be provided to students in need of an oral or sign language int…
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    Interpreting: This service may be provided to students in need of an oral or sign language interpreter. Currently, Florida does not have licensure for interpreters. There is a national organization that provides certification to interpreters and a Florida Discretionary Project and Association that provides professional development for interpreters. It is critical that the person hired to provide this IEP Accommodation has the skills and qualifications necessary for the student to have access to the content and all communication. In addition to the qualifications of the interpreter, the student needs to develop skills in utilizing this resource.
    Using an Interpreter
    Tips for a Successful Learning Environment for a StudentClassACT:
    ClassAct was developed to support instructors and staff who work
    with Hearing Lossdeaf and hard of hearing students in all mainstreamed academic environments. The core of the site focuses on teaching challenges and strategies, but you will also find information to support communication strategies, support services and the classroom environment. The goal of the ClassAct site is to improve existing teaching practice by providing access to instruction for deaf and hard-of-hearing students in mainstream classes.
    Top 10 Tips Students with Hearing Loss want Teachers to Know
    Safety and Independent Living
    Videophones
    Captioning phones
    Alerts

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  8. page Using an Interpreter edited Using an Interpreter At some point in a student's educational career, they may be introduced to u…
    Using an Interpreter
    At some point in a student's educational career, they may be introduced to using an interpreter as an accommodation. If the student has no experience, some support needs to be provided to assist the student in understanding the role of the classroom teacher, the role of the interpreter and their own responsibility.
    It is important to remember and develop the relationship between the teacher, the interpreter and the student as a team. Depending on the student's age and ability, the student may need support to appropriately utilize an interpreter. There are things the interpreter and the classroom teacher need.
    Interpreters Need:
    A place to sit, as comfortable as possible, near the source of information.
    Copies of instructional materials such as the textbooks, syllabus, activity materials, etc.
    Copies of assessment materials or access to preview the day of an assessment to ensure the context and vocabulary is clear for interpretation.
    Notification of any changes in schedule, field trips, special school events, etc.
    Teachers Need:
    To understand the role and responsibilities of the interpreter, including the Code of Ethics that the interpreters follow.
    To speak directly with the student and to discipline the student appropriately as would be done for other peers
    To provide copies of materials to the student in advance
    More information and support is available from the Florida Educational Interpreter Project.

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