BATOD
The British Association of Teachers of the Deaf
Promoting Excellence in Deaf Education

What resources workshop

What resources workshopYou are invited to bring along (and collect orders for) materials which you or your service has created to meet specific needs. It may be a worksheet, booklet, game, CD or DVD and you can book a 5 minute slot to share with colleagues in the workshop - and subsequently in the Magazine.
What resources workshop15 Jan
Language ProfileLanguage Profile which shows a wide range of language assessment data in a comparative and visual form that enables professionals, pupils and parents to see clearly an individual pupil's language strengths and areas to develop.
What resources workshop15 Jan
The FM ChIPS Halder, C Infield, H Maiden, K Owston identified the need to address discrepancies in advice being given about when to fit an FM system (radio aid) to young implanted children. They developed a systematic way of assessing children’s skills in this area for successful FM use and independent learning in this area. This resulted in the development of an individual profile to consider the implanted child’s readiness to use an FM system. This will be a poster presentation at the Conference with an appropriate handout.
What resources workshop15 Jan
The role of ICT as a teaching and learning toolAs Specialist Advisory Teachers of the Deaf we are often in a position to offer mainstream teachers and support staff advice and information about the best way to help deaf children and young people achieve access to the curriculum and take a full part in school activities. Following on from the successful 'Blue Skies Project' with DCCAP Paul continued the theme within Oxfordshire to develop an e-resource to support colleagues across the curriculum. This PowerPoint provides links and ideas using Information Technology. Many thanks to Oxfordshire for sharing this resource.
What resources workshop15 Jan

01 Jan
A Musical Journey through the RainforestChristine Rocca will be sharing ‘A Musical Journey through the Rainforest’ - a resource that illustrates an exciting approach to integrating literacy and music. It aims to encourage families, and groups of children at nursery or school to sing and play together, and to develop early literacy, music and speech and language skills through a package of interactive activities.
What resources workshop15 Jan