This program will prepare you to be a thriving educator in this field. Students gain experience and skills in spoken language development, aural habilitation, inclusion, literacy and supporting families.
- EDDH 500 Characteristics of Diverse Learners with Hearing Loss (3 credits)
- EDDH 502 Audiology: Diagnostics in Infants and Children who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing (3 credits)
- EDDH 504 Educational Audiology and Hearing Technologies for Children and Youth who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing (3 credits)
- EDDH 508 Speech, Aural Habilitation and Advanced Communication (3 credits)
- EDDH 516 Language and Literacy for Students with Hearing Loss (including English Language Learners) (3 credits)
- EDDH 518 Early Childhood Deaf and Hard of Hearing and Working with Families from Diverse Backgrounds (4 credits)
- EDDH 525 Academic Curriculum, Differentiated Instruction, and Technology for students with Hearing Loss (English Language Learners) Gr. K-5 (3 credits)
- EDDH 527 Curriculum, Instruction and Technology for Students who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Grades 6-12 (3 credits)
- EDDH 545 Developing Audition, Speech and Spoken English Language in Children and Youth who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing (3 credits)
- EDDH 546 Inclusion/Collaboration/Itinerant Teaching with Students with Hearing Loss (3 credits)
Methods Spring classes are available in a 40% online/60% in person hybrid format.
- EDDH 548 Teaching Students with Hearing Loss and Additional Special Needs including Autism Spectrum Disorders (3 credits)
- EDDH 560 Practicum/Seminar in Elementary, Middle or High School Settings (6 credits)
- EDTP 521 Literacy and Language in Diverse Classrooms (3 credits) or equivalent CTC-approved reading instruction course
- EDDH 501 Sign Language and Deaf Culture for Teachers (2 credits)