Making Mainstream Classrooms Deaf Friendly

Have you ever wondered how your child’s classroom environment affects the ability to be a part of classroom discussions?  When students to not have full access to information, they can easily fall behind.  Whether children use an oral approach or utilize a sign language interpreter, they are faced with challenging situations.  Speedy lectures, flashing PowerPoint slides, reading along from books, look at a computer while the teacher is simultaneously speaking, group discussions, multiple dialogues, epic stories requiring lengthy periods of concentration – each and all result from time to time in mental , emotional and  physical exhaustion.

Making Mainstream Classrooms Deaf Friendly