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Teaching The Kids With High-Tech Ears

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What do you do with a student who was profoundly deaf, but now can hear with a cochlear implant? How does that change the teaching and accommodations in a public school classroom setting? What can schools do to meet the unique needs of these students with cochlear implants? Explains how cochlear implants work. Follows the experiences of a large metropolitan school district in Colorado that studied and implemented an innovative program (Instructional Cycle for Mainstream Collaboration) for students with cochlear implants.

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    Anonymous (Clover, SC)
    February 22nd, 2016 at 01:55 PM

    Very educational as a parent of a child with a new cochlear implant