CLIC IT! Creating Listeners in the Classroom: Ideas for Teaching (HOPE)

Course: #4497Level: Intermediate 1 Hour 21 Reviews
Recorded Webinar

This presentation identifies some of the issues involved in encouraging the development of auditory skills in classroom settings. A closer look at instructional time, classroom grouping and curricular demands will set the stage for practical suggestions for maximizing a child's opportunity to use the cochlear implant for auditory learning.


Course created on October 27, 2005

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Learning Outcomes

  • checkmark-identify three factors that influence auditory skill development in the classroom: instructional time, grouping and demands of the curriculum
  • checkmark-define auditory learning
  • checkmark-provide examples of authentic listening activities/opportunities across curricular subjects


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Presenter Disclosure: Presenters are affiliated with Cochlear Americas

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