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Victorica Monroe, M.Ed. 6h
Good morning. I will provide 5 days of training focusing on white privilege. 10 per cohort is limited to be part of training because I would like to make sure they can receive qualified training. Please sign up your email for early access:
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ReginaCorrine 1h
Completed my Safe Schools and Cyber Security training for 2020-2021 School year!
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Janette Durán-Aguirre Jun 3
California Educators of the Deaf In solidarity with . 🤎🖤✊🏽
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Victorica Monroe, M.Ed. Jun 2
I will present Monroe Peagogy’s Philosophy in ASL/English Bilingual Deaf Education and deaf programs. Grab your opportunity to earn your professional development hours! Registration is now open! Registration link:
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Deaf ed_Ms.E May 29
Did our drive through Graduation ⁦⁩ I love my students so much! Can’t believe they are now 6th graders! I will miss them so much!!
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Bailey 6h
So many opportunities in Houston ISD for DHH Teachers! Come join our team! Contact me at BGATES1@houstonisd.org for more information. Available Openings: 💥2 Self-Contained 💥4 In Class Support 💥2 Itinerant
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Dr Kim Hagen 3h
It was an honour to present on apps at ’s first webinar! Very well run - can’t complain when 191 participants attend 😱.
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drjodifalk Jun 3
Grateful to the San Diego Face Mask Sewing Group for supporting by making us window masks in our school colors! 🤟🏽🤟🏿🤟🤟🏻🤟🏼
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NYSchoolForTheDeaf 21h
Welcome to class via ! Fanwood’s ASL Teacher leads a discussion about ASL Personification projects. Students are tasked with choosing something to personify using . We're eager to show off some of their performances soon!
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Sean Maiwald (BLM & Get the US out of DC) 23h
This is a great program with great people in Vancouver BC, check it out! Online program means you can take it from anywhere in the world!
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ITV Signed Stories Jun 1
Browse our recommendations for June on the Signed Stories app! 📚 Choose from popular picture books, classic fairytales and lively songbooks - there's something for everyone to enjoy!
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Kathleen L. Brockway, Deaf Historian & Author May 30
I am grateful my parents adopted me. Sacrificed for me. BOTH went to Gallaudet University and learned sign language. My own DAD, the US ARMY COLONEL, who was a very busy man, walked in the deaf club and walked out with deaf pals. Dad saw my came first.
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Victorica Monroe, M.Ed. Jun 1
American Sign Language carries its legacy of racism.
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CID Prof Development Jun 2
Using executive function skills is like being an air traffic controller at a busy airport. It can help a child with plan, focus attention, switch gears and juggle multiple tasks.
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RMTC-D/HH May 28
Calling all educators of students who are D/HH!!! RMTC-D/HH needs YOU! Please email us a picture of yourself (if you approve of it being shared in a newsletter) to info@rmtcdhh.org. See more info in the link!
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Heidi Givens, NBCT Jun 3
If you haven't had the chance yet, take a moment to fill out this Form. Let us know how COVID-19 is impacting , , and students. Survey closes Friday.
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Mr Dow Jun 3
Attending a DRP Transitions meeting online hosted by , representing . Interesting discussion on the intricacies of successful transition for Deaf people.
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YorkU Education 22h
Associate Prof Pam Millett shares tips to support deaf and hard of hearing students during COVID-19.
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National Deaf Center May 29
Thinking about summer camps? Laurent Clerc National Center has a list of so you can start planning for next year. Some may even have virtual sessions for this year. Get the link:
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Lauren Settecerri May 28
A sneak peek into our virtual awards! I really had a lot of fun with those bitmojis 😁 so proud of all that these students have accomplished this year, and wish we could be together to celebrate each of them in person!
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