Fickenscher and Garber shared their four pillars of mentoring, asking the audience questions that prompted self-reflection on the role of mentors and mentees as “learning partners” during the LSLS certification process. Continue reading
David Sousa shared insights from the field of educational neuroscience, which combines psychology, neuroscience, and pedagogy to study the interaction between mind, brain, and education. With technology influencing nearly every aspect of our lives, how has this changed the way children relate and learn? Continue reading
The Global Issues accelerate session featured three mini-presentations around the theme of global issues in auditory verbal practice. Continue reading
This presentation focused on parents’ journey from initial identification of their child’s hearing loss to acceptance and advocacy.
Here are some thought-provoking articles to help you discover more about culturally responsive practice.
The following resources are free to download and/or share online for use in their original form without alteration. Click on the link above each graphic to download a printable PDF version.
Join us as we explore how to honor and enhance family culture to promote excellent outcomes for children with hearing loss.
See below for a recording of my May 2016 presentation for Cochlear and the Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children/Renwick Centre “Complex and Challenging Cases” [CC]