Have you ever wondered how best to support deaf and hard-of-hearing students in your STEM courses? In this seminar, faculty will study different teaching strategies and scaffolding methods designed to assist and encourage those students. In addition to introducing faculty to the history of ASL and Deaf culture in the United States, this session will provide an opportunity to workshop assignments that encourage engagement and success for students of all backgrounds. Faculty can earn 0.3 CEU credits for this session, which is based on the National Technical Institute for the Deaf’s DeafTEC Program, a grant-funded initiative that aims to introduce more deaf and hard-of-hearing students to opportunities in STEM fields.
- Date: Friday, January 11, 2019
- Time: 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
- Location: Building F, Room F315
- Facilitators: Brian Cremins, English; Jackie Kramp, ADS Program Specialist; Collette Marsch, Physics; Elke Weinbrenner, World Languages
- CEUs: 0.3
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