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Life as a Substitute Teacher

Life as a substitute teacher is a life of the unknown. Do I work today or not? Always a question of where to work, what grade, and what kids.   740 more words

Life as a Hard of Hearing Substitute Teacher

By: Sara Lundquist

Life as a substitute teacher is a life of the unknown. Do I work today or not? Always a question of where to work, what grade, and what kids.   740 more words

Hearing Loss

Accommodations

There are many things I can do as a hard of hearing person, such as drive a car, listen to a lecture, watch a movie, etc.   891 more words

Hard Of Hearing

Lacquer, Louis XIV and lipspeaking at the Wallace Collection

The last few weeks leading up to Easter have been pretty busy for me, so it was great to have a break. I have been preoccupied with hopes and fears about my future. 1,327 more words

How come you get it? by Carole Humphrys

A deaf person recently asked me “How come you get it, being deaf, you’re hearing? Other hearing people just don’t get it…” I’m not sure this person is aware of the effect that had on me. 2,267 more words

Physical Attibutes

Sun Prairie teachers honored at conference for deaf, hard of hearing

Sun Prairie Area School District educators Kathy Nett and Tara Bierman have been honored for their work with district students who are deaf/hard of hearing.The honors were presented at the Wisconsin Educational Services Program Deaf and Hard of Hearing Conference held in March, during which Sun Prairie educator Kathy Nett was named Teacher of the Year (for deaf/hard of hearing) and Tara Bierman was named Educational Interpreter of the Year.Nett was nominated by Student Services Program Manager Katrina Krych, who lauded Nett’s dedication to students and families of Sun Prairie’s deaf and hard of hearing community.“Kathy goes above and beyond on a daily basis to meet the needs of all of her students, as well as provide professional development and collaboration between herself, educational interpreters and regular education and special education teachers,” Krych wrote. 371 more words

Deaf/Hard-of-Hearing