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  • 1. - an encompassing or general term which covers all children with hearing disorder or difficulties.
    Hard of Hearing- Those in whom the sense of hearing although defective is functional with or without a hearing aid.
    Deaf – those in whom the sense of hearing is non-functional for the ordinary purposes of life.
    Hearing Impairment
  • 2. Education of Children with Hearing Impairment
    Issues:
    1. Where will these children be taught?
    • Educational Placement
    2. How will these children be taught?
    • Language of education
    • 3. Mode of communication
    3. What will these children be taught?
    • General Curriculum
    • 4. Modified Curriculum
  • Inclusive EducationPhilippine Setting
    Set Up A- Self Contain
    Set Up B- Partial Mainstreaming
    Set Up C – Full Mainstreaming
  • 5. Suggestions on How to promote an inclusive classroom
    Promote acceptance of your students
    Provide preferential sitting
    Increase visual information
    Minimize classroom noise
    Modify teaching procedures
    Have realistic expectations
  • 6. Basic Principles and Practices of Inclusive Instruction
    Principle 1
    • Differentiate instruction and Provide supports
    • 7. .....offering multiple options for what to learn, how to learn, and how to demonstrate learning
  • 1. Adjust instruction for learning profiles
    Real life value for the learner
    Simplify or supplement the curriculum depending on INDIVIDUAL student needs
  • 8. 2. Offer appropriate accommodation and assistance
    Assistive technologies
    Captioning
    Manipulative
    Summaries
  • 9. Principle 2
    • Capitalizing on instructional strategies that are effective for all students,
    • 10. Build more time on task, increasing engagement
  • 1. Use Validated teaching methods
    Organizing activities
    Cooperative learning
    Peer-mediated instruction
  • 11. 2. Teach diagnostically
    Identifying individual needs
    Identifies learning styles
    Use analysis of daily classroom performance
  • 12. 3. Use realistic and concrete examples
    Use real life, everyday examples
    Know who the students are
    USE THE LANGUAGE OF THE STUDENTS
  • 13. 4. Actively involve students
    Apply hands on, interactive processes in learning
    Promote attention to task
    Become efficient in promoting learning through better skills in Asking
  • 14. Transition Education
    Ultimate Goal
    Quality of Life- the extent which he can make choices
  • 15. Secretary’s Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills
    Basic Skills- reads, writes, performs arithmetic and mathematical operations, listens and speak
    Thinking Skills- thinks creatively, makes decision, solves problem
    Personal Qualities – display responsibilities, integrity and honesty
  • 16. School to work act
    School-based learning- programs and services designed to help all students meet expected academic standards.
    Work-based learning – work experience, job training, workplace monitoring
    Connecting activities- provide support to both the school based and work based learning, provide assistance in finding jobs and continuing education and linking them with community services that maybe useful throughout the transition process.
  • 17. Thank you 