informED — An Australian website that has practical insights dealing with a variety of topics. This link addresses communication techniques with parents and students, and is the first part of a seven-part series.
The Learning Toolbox — This website provides many wonderful ideas for test-taking skills, study skills, reading and much more for students with special needs.
Florida Diagnostic & Learning Resources System (FDLRS) Resource Materials & Technology Center (RMTC) Outreach Services for the Blind/Visually Impaired & Deaf/Hard-of-Hearing (OSBD) has created the following videos:
I have a student in my class that is deaf, does that mean he can’t hear anything? (View Video)
Should I sit my student in front of the classroom? (View Video)
Available resources to assist teachers with the needs of students who are deaf/hard of hearing in their classroom (View Video)
What are some other strategies that will be helpful to me in my classroom? (View Video)
My student wears a hearing aid. Does that mean he should be able to talk? (View Video)
How do I talk to the student if he can’t hear me? (View Video)
What if I’m showing a video or DVD as part of my lesson? Do I need to turn the volume up really loud? (View Video)
Do all students that are deaf know sign language? Does that mean that I have to learn sign language, too? (View Video)
The student in my class has an interpreter. Should the interpreter assist the student and monitor his behavior too? (View Video)