Keyboarding for Individual Achievement – Hearing Impaired Edition allows a deaf student to acquire keyboarding skills using visual guidance, while upgrading language arts at every grade level. Twelve grade levels of spelling words with sentences for comprehension have been written by experts in this field to meet the specific learning style needs of the deaf student. Read More
- Easily allows the student to focus only on the learned keys.
- New keys are introduced as lessons progress.
- An assortment of one, three and five minute speed tests are included by grade level.
- Speed tests do not start until your first keystroke and automatically displays a fully graded report.
- All programs are discreet and are not openly identified as being for the deaf.
- An unlimited number of students may use the program.
DEAF OR HARD OF HEARING:
Deaf means a hearing impairment which is so severe that the student’s hearing is nonfunctional. Hard of hearing is an impairment which adversely affects a student’s educational performance, but which is less severe than total deafness.
A deaf person usually starts hand or sign training early in life. By the time the student is a teenager, he or she can often communicate very well with people accustomed to sign language. However, when you meet this student in your classroom for the first time, there is likely to be a complete communication barrier unless you take a few helpful steps.
WHAT THE TYPING TEACHER NEEDS TO KNOW ($99.95 Included Free with your order)
This section from the original published book, Typing for the Physically Handicapped, is included with your order.