In the future, I will offer a tool kit with information on how to teach English with a hearing impairment. I’m able to do so with hearing aides and listening devices that enable me to isolate sounds so I can listen to individual students in noisy environments and minimize peripheral noise while in small group settings. Listening devices alone cannot substitute for teaching strategies designed to meet my needs while, at the same time, give students what they need from me in a way that keeps them learning and engaged.

Below is a presentation that contains helpful suggestions for hearing impaired teachers in general.

Source: Hearing Loss: Strategies for the Classroom Teacher Victorian Deaf Education Institute June 25, 2015. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ISWkl29SpwU Accessed 8/30/16)