Resources & Tips for Teachers
Resources to help teachers and educators gain a better understanding of deaf and hard-of-hearing student needs.
In his address, Kyle will highlight that people who are deaf and hard-of-hearing often struggle to participate meaningfully in society. This is because deafness is one of the hidden disabilities and also one of the most marginalised disability groups. In the world of sounds, there are significant expectations for the deaf people to ‘speak and listen’ as the primary focus, but to what end?
These factsheets and resources will help staff in higher education to support deaf and hard-of-hearing students to engage, enjoy and successfully complete their education.
This site contains useful information about deafness, hard-of-hearing and the Deaf community/identity.
This article/booklet is primarily for academics and focuses on the needs of students with hearing loss and the staff who teach them. Suggested strategies are presented within a broad framework of inclusive teaching for all students.
This site allows you to browse, search, view and save images of Auslan signs, or upload ones you’ve created yourself that you’d like to share with others.