This briefing is about a programme, published in 2009 by the University of Oxford, which has been found to be effective in improving deaf children's numeracy.It is intended to be used mainly with deaf children aged 5 to 11, according to the individual child's needs.The video clips include basic information on the practical steps which school staff can take to be more deaf aware and include deaf children and young people in all aspects of school life. lesson plans aim to improve teenagers’ understanding of deafness.
This online resource is made up of a 10-unit programme of lessons, exercises, games and specially designed books to improve deaf children’s literacy skills by increasing their understanding of English morphology and syntax.
Find out more This resource is for teachers, teaching assistants and any other education professional supporting deaf students in secondary schools.
It provides information on why deaf children and young people need to be taught about online safety and three lesson plans – on social networking sites, sexting and cyberbullying – to teach them how to be safe and smart online.
This online resource aims to support primary school teachers in helping their deaf pupils to develop their working memory.
Watch our video with Lynda, a Teacher of the Deaf, who gives step-by-step instructions on how to use the resource.