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The Itinerant Teacher's Handbook

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This practical guide for itinerant teachers accomplishes a two-fold mission: providing students who are deaf or hard of hearing with the knowledge and skills needed to become successful adults and helping others effectively interact with these students.

It covers the itinerant's role and responsibilities and other topics important to the success of itinerant teachers but not necessarily included in teacher preparation programs. The itinerant will find answers to essential, practical questions such as: How do I collaborate and consult with classroom teachers and other adults? What are the best ways to deal with conflict? How do I communicate effectively with teachers and principals in inclusion settings? How do I best help students learn to study and take tests?

Classroom teachers who have deaf or hard of hearing students in their classes, principals who are responsible for the success of inclusion, and support personnel will also find this book an invaluable resource. Special materials include in-depth information for working with students' families, sample presentations for orienting school personnel to the needs of deaf and hard of hearing students, and handouts for interpreters and classroom teachers. [Carolyn Bullard, Ph.D. John Luckner, Ed.D.; (2013) Second Edition; 494 pages; soft cover]

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