DeafTEC Workshops

DeafTEC™ trainers offer four types of training that address the particular academic and employment needs of deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals.

Project Access

For high school teachers and community college faculty, the goal of this workshop is to improve existing teaching practices for deaf and hard-of-hearing students in postsecondary classrooms, with a focus on improving the inclusion of these students in classroom instruction and learning.

Working Together: Deaf and Hearing People

For employers, this two-and-one-half-hour, award-winning workshop is conducted by employment professionals from the NTID Center on Employment to help create a workplace environment for both deaf and hearing workers that encourages communication and helps all employees realize their full potential.

Writing in the Disciplines

Writing in the Disciplines workshops assist STEM faculty at the high school and college levels in bringing a Writing in the Disciplines (WID) approach to their STEM classes to provide students with writing practice that will both improve students’ writing and enhance their general learning.

Promoting Student Success in Math Through Best Practices

The goal of the math workshops is to provide secondary and post-secondary instructors with a toolbox of effective strategies for teaching math to deaf and hard-of-hearing students.

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National Technical Institute for the Deaf
52 Lomb Memorial Drive
Rochester, NY 14623

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This material is based on work supported by the National Science Foundation under grant numbers: DUE 1104229 and DUE 1501756.