A part/full time Hearing Resource teacher needed in Richmond

School District No. 38 (Richmond) requires a part/full time Hearing Resource teacher to join our Learning Services Department effective February 2018 on a continuing contract. The immediate teaching assignment for the Hearing Resource teacher will be working 0.6 FTE (3 days per week) with students and if interested, TTOC’ing 2 days a week for the remainder of the 2017/2018 school year to be paid as a full time teacher. Effective September 1, 2018 the position will be full time (1.0 FTE).
The Hearing Resource Teacher will provide direct or consultative services to support deaf and hard of hearing students’ development of speech, language, cognition, audition, advocacy, and social and academic development, including directly teaching students with a hearing loss, assessing the need for and troubleshooting equipment, and providing initial and ongoing support in the development and implementation of IEP’s. In addition, the Hearing Resource Teacher will liaise with, advise, and in-service school staff and parents on educational needs related to students with a hearing loss regarding alternate teaching/classroom management strategies, language development, acoustics, amplifications, and assistive listening devices. Furthermore, the Hearing Resource Teacher will provide habilitation services to students with cochlear implants.
The successful applicant must be certified by the Ministry of Education – Teacher Regulation Branch, have a diploma in Deaf Education or a Masters Degree in Deaf Education, be certified or be eligible for certification by the Canadian Association of Educators of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (CAEDHH), and demonstrated successful and current teaching experience working with students who have hearing losses and cochlear implants.
The deadline for applications is Friday, February 2nd/18. To apply please visit: www.makeafuture/richmond.ca.

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38-SS-Job Posting Hearing Resource Teacher Jan 2018

Movie Night “Hedy & Heidi: The Lost Sister”

Bad Cats Entertainment Presents


HEDY & HEIDI: The Lost Sister

Saturday, February 3, 2018

6:00 PM (5:30pm at door)

Whatcom Community College
Heiner Theatre
237 W. Kellogg Road
Bellingham, WA 98226

Ticket: $15 USD/$20 CAD online:

All proceed go to Salish Sea Deaf School & NWWCD.

Contact DINO for information – nwwcd.mal1@gmail.com

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ASL for LINC at VCC Broadway Campus

ASL for LINC program are for deaf or hard of hearing newcomers to Canada.

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ASL Board Games Night

Douglas College’s Sign Language Interpretation program students are hosting an ASL Board Games Night!
WHEN? Thursday, January 18th, 6pm to 8pm.
WHERE? Room D1019, Building D of Douglas College’s David Lam Campus, Coquitlam at 1250 Pinetree Way about a short 5 min walk from Lafarge Lake-Douglas SkyTrain Station. We will provide the games. Deaf community members, ASL students, and hearing allies who sign are all welcome.
If you have any other questions, please contact the hosting students at leem47@student.douglascollege.ca

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Games Night Posting Jan 18th 2018

GVAD and BCCSD partnerships for Bingo on February 24th



Further information will be given later in the future. Thanks for your patience and support

Tickets will be available soon!

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