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The linked web page provides an extensive collection of online resources on how to teach students who are Deaf or hard of hearing.
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This web site provides a collection of resources for teachers of Deaf and hard of hearing students.  Examples of topics include strategies for teaching literacy skills, where to find tools for measuring how well students are learning, how to support students who need to transition to further education or to employment. These materials are for people teaching at the kindergarten, primary school, or secondary school level. Many of the resources are written for teachers in the United States. But some of the advice may be useful in any country.

Some videos are in American Sign Language with no subtitles. The website is otherwise mostly accessible.

Find more resource links for teachers who have one or more deaf students.

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