CheckPoint Devices and Practices for Sensory Impairments

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Unformatted text preview: klzxcvbnmqwer tyuiopasdfghjklzxcvbn Checkpoint: Devices and Practices for Sensory Impairments Axia College Mrs. Nanez AED 222 3/31/2011 Elizabeth Carlson Checkpoint: Devices and Practices for Sensory Impairments In the education world there are numerous impairments that an educator will face in their classroom. Sensory impairments are one of those disabilities that you will get to challenge yourself with. Some children may have hearing impairments, while others may have visual impairments. Either way we must have the knowledge of assistive technology that sensory impaired children may have or use to help assist them with their education. Hearing impairments are becoming more common throughout the generations of education. However, there have been more assistive technologies becoming available to help children learn. One of the technologies other than hearing aids is called TDD. TDD Stands Telecommunications Device for the Deaf and is strictly for children who have issues with their hearing (Bright Hub Inc., 2011). TDD helps hearing impaired have issues with their hearing (Bright Hub Inc....
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This note was uploaded on 07/09/2011 for the course AED 222 taught by Professor Kitchens during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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