Free Upcoming Webinar on Visual Split-Attention with Students Who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

GU_CC_finalWhen a teacher presents information along with visual supports, for example, using an interpreter, writing on a black board, or giving a PowerPoint presentation, the learners have no choice but to divide their visual attention. Understanding this classroom situation and its impact on a student’s learning capability is the subject of a free webinar that will be broadcast on Wednesday, December 4, at 3 p.m. (EST).

“Spilt attention is an issue in the classroom because it overloads a student’s working memory,” said presenter Dr. Susan Mather, a professor in the Linguistics Department at Gallaudet University. “In the webinar, I will present how by incorporating some visually based learning strategies can go a long way towards eliminating traditionally low levels of academic achievements for deaf and hard of hearing students.”

To learn more about this free webinar, click here. You may also register to attend the webinar by clicking here.

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