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Best practices for educating deaf students

Learn the best practices for teaching literacy skills, or math and science, to deaf and hard of hearing students.
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Learn the best practices for teaching literacy skills, or math and science, to deaf and hard of hearing students. This page will help teachers find resources on topics such as strategies for helping deaf students understand what they read, express themselves through writing, and problem solving in math and science. Many of the materials are for teachers in the United States. But some of the guidance may be helpful for teachers in any country.

The Deaf Education Website is partly accessible for people using screen reading software, but with some difficulty with navigation. Video clips have captions.

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