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Volume 10

“Can’t I Do That Myself?”: Using Apps To Provide Agency for Students with Hearing Loss

This edition’s column was inspired by Gael Hannen’s most recent article, “A Client’s Rant”, which reminded me that it’s so important for clients to express how hard it is to have a hearing loss, and for professionals to acknowledge this.

Volume 9

Reflections on the return to in-school learning for deaf and hard of hearing students

Now that schools are back to in-person learning, I encounter many statements, both from individuals and in the media, expressing the general sentiment “kids are resilient, they’ll bounce back”. Research is emerging on how students have weathered the pandemic academically, while those of us who work in schools have our own observations of how students…

Non-auditory Effects of Noise in the Classroom: Students

This article is a continuation from the previous column in issue #4 of CanadianAudiologist.ca, but this time around, concentrating on the non-auditory effects of noise in the classroom for students, rather than for teachers.

Non-auditory Effects of Noise in the Classroom on Teachers

In the last edition of Canadian Audiologist Pam wrote how high noise levels in classrooms have not improved much over the years. However, there are other overlooked ways in which high noise levels impact student and teacher health and well-being at school.

Non-auditory Effects of Noise in the Classroom: Teachers

In the last edition of Canadian Audiologist Pam wrote how high noise levels in classrooms have not improved much over the years. However, there are other overlooked ways in which high noise levels impact student and teacher health and well-being at school.

From Clinic to Classroom: Are Recommendations Lost in Translation?

A crucial part of any audiological assessment is the provision of recommendations to support student learning. While many of our recommendations have a solid theoretical foundation, research on their efficacy is sometimes scant or contradictory.

Volume 8

Back to School During a Pandemic (still): Lessons Learned

We have now all survived a full year of school during a pandemic – what have we learned? What lessons can we take forward into the next year of uncertainty, given that Ministries of Education across Canada have released back-to-school plans which assume in-person learning?

Collaborating for Student Success: Teachers of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

As audiologists and speech-language pathologists, support and collaboration with Teachers of the Deaf is vital to ensure the hard work we do to identify children early and give them a solid foundation for communication and academic success does not fall apart due to a lack of school services.

Are Students Still “Alone in the Mainstream”?

In 2004, Gina Oliva, published the book Alone in the Mainstream: A Deaf Woman Remembers Public School and posits that mainstreaming is not always positive and that there are significant downsides concerning social relationships and identity – is this still true today?

Collaborating for Effective HAT Choices

Classrooms are dynamic listening environments and we need to continually evaluate whether we have appropriately matched the needs of the student with the recommended technology (and pivot when necessary).