A Guide for Teachers - Classroom Interpreting

An educational interpreter supports the ability of a student who is deaf or hard of hearing to be educated in a regular educational classroom. However, it is more complicated than simply placing an interpreter in the classroom. Real
integration requires all members of the educational team to work together. This guide includes suggestions for how the classroom teacher and the interpreter can work together to improve accessibility and integration.

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Details

Type
Article / Report, Brief / Fact Sheet / Tip Sheet
Audience
Administrators, Educators, Family / Community, Related Services / Support Staff, Students
Topic
Accommodations & Modifications, Assessment, Co-Teaching, Coaching, Curriculum, Early Childhood Transition, English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)/English Language Learners (ELL), Family/Community Engagement, IEP, Instruction, LRE and Inclusion, Multi-Tier System of Supports (MTSS), Reading, Recruitment and Retention, Sensory Losses, Social, Emotional & Character Development, Specially Designed Instruction
Age
All Ages
Provider
Kansas Teachers of the Deaf (TOD) Endorsement & Professional Development Project

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