You do more than just help deaf and hard-of-hearing students communicate effectively; you help these students recognize their full potential. You do so by developing students' language acquisition skills, responding to students' needs and working with parents and teachers on the student’s behalf. At ProCare Therapy, we want to help you realize your full potential as a teacher of the deaf and hard of hearing. That’s why, along with exciting teachers of the deaf and hard of hearing job opportunities, we offer ongoing and hands-on career support, which includes paid association dues, materials allowances, mentoring, relocation assistance and more.
Teacher of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Responsibilities
A teacher of the deaf and hard of hearing's main duty is to assist students and children who suffer from hearing loss. Your goal is to develop communication skills to help children grow personally, intellectually, and socially. Like most school professional jobs, you will also work with teachers, parents, and other school professionals. Additionally, you will be required to develop and create personalized IEP plans.
Teacher of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Requirements
While laws vary by state, most teachers that work with those with hearing loss need to have a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Education or another related field. Many teachers continue their education with a master’s degree as well. Like all forms of teaching, state certification and license are required before you start practicing, so check with your state’s laws. Most teachers of the deaf and hard of hearing are social and collaborative people, comfortable working as part of a team and leading instructions.
If you are an incredibly passionate teacher who wants to make an impact on students who are deaf and hard of hearing, we want to work with you. Find great teacher of the deaf and hard of hearing jobs across the country and apply today!