Hearing Myths & Facts (Pre-recorded)
Despite the advent of social media, the internet, and a move towards a more inclusive society, there are still so many misconceptions about hearing, hearing loss, and the impact of our noisy world on our everyday lives. Join us as we share facts and debunk myths and misconceptions in this interactive session.
Salvatore Piccolo is an Itinerant Educational Specialist for Students with Hearing Loss at the Montreal Oral School for the Deaf with over fifteen years of experience teaching children with hearing loss to listen and speak as well as develop self-determination and competence in the mainstream classroom. Salvatore has an MA in Applied Linguistics and Teaching, and he has taught abroad in elementary and high school classrooms and in university. Salvatore completed courses in Oral Communication and Oral Interpreting for the Deaf, a graduate course in audiology, and courses in Auditory Verbal Studies at the University of Ottawa.
Tracey Green is an Itinerant Educational Specialist at the Montreal Oral School for the Deaf and a certified Teacher of the Deaf (LSLS cert AVed) with years of experience teaching children with hearing loss to listen, speak and develop self-determination and competence in the mainstream classroom. Tracey has a Masters of Arts in Child Studies and Education and has taught in the elementary classroom. She is a Google for Education Certified Teacher and holds graduate certificates in Auditory-Verbal Studies and Educational Leadership.
Session Category : ParentCon2023 - Lunch & Learn