Resources for Teaching Deaf & Hard of Hearing Students

Whether you’re a teacher of deaf and hard of hearing students, a parent, or just a person seeking to educate yourself, we have educational resources for you!

Join an Upcoming Webinar

Join us for practical tips, expert insights and live Q&A sessions moderated by deaf and hard of hearing panelists. Made possible by grant support from General Motors and the Wells Fargo Foundation, our webinars largely focus on STEM education and financial education.

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Watch our past Webinars

A Community Workshop: Be a Boss With Your Finances

A Community Workshop: Be a Boss With Your Finances

In this four-part workshop series, CSD Learns’ Jazzy Jones guided viewers through the history of finance and the impact it has on the Black community in the post-slavery period, as well as how the current pandemic continues to affect Black-owned businesses.

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An Educator Webinar: Filling the Gaps in Your Teaching

An Educator Webinar: Filling the Gaps in Your Teaching

Filling the Gaps in Your Teaching On Thursday, March 18th, co-hosts Todd Bonheyo and MaryEllen Graham invite Susanna Henderson, a professor at Gallaudet University, and Samantha Bradi, a teacher at California School for the Deaf, Fremont, to join them for...

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Learn More About How We Are Supporting Deaf Educators

We have an expanding range of free K-12 STEM and Financial Education Teacher Toolkits featuring deaf role models ready for your instruction needs — online or in the classroom.

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With a focus on role-model centered education, our educational resources are perfect for using in the classroom for deaf education.

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