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

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Role of the Peripatetic Teacher of the DeafThose Teachers of the Deaf who are employed as peripatetic teachers fulfil many roles, To be effective such teachers need to be trained, experienced and have adequate time to carry out their duties, The peripatetic teacher must be a teacher, adviser, counsellor, diplomat, learner, technician and manager... This article was published in 1990 and superceeded in 2009 by The role of the Teacher of Deaf
Archive15 Jan
Archived leaflet on teaching deaf childrenA leaflet which describes the role of a Teacher of the Deaf which has been overtaken by events and which BATOD no longer uses
Archive15 Jan
MentoringProfessor Wendy McCracken explains about the mentoring programme for Teachers of the Deaf and how ToDs can get involved.
Archive05 May
The Henry Winkler Award for Special NeedsDiscussion between Paul Simpson, BATOD Executive Officer and with The Teaching Awards Operations Manager concerning the eligibility and inclusion for the Award of Teachers of the Deaf and other peripatetic colleagues.
Archive11 May
The Future of Teacher TrainingSpecialist training in the new millennium - prepared by Wendy McCracken, University of Manchester with the intention of raising issues to To have an understanding of the current issues regarding specialist training for ToDs.
Archive07 May
Access To AST and Excellent Teacher status for unattached teachersMany unattached ToDs are unaware that AST and Excellent Teacher status is available to them.
Archive11 May
Invigilating public examinationsGuidance for Teachers of the Deaf about invigilating examinations involving deaf students as it is an activity which teachers should not carry out because of the Planning, Preparation and Assessment Time arrangements.
Archive07 May