Teaching Deaf Students Online: New 2-Hour Course Can Help Educators Learn the Basics

With the rapid shift to online learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it is more essential than ever to expand your teaching toolbox to make online classes fully accessible — especially for students who are deaf or have diverse educational needs.

Get Answers About Online Accommodations with NDC Live on Sept. 15

New NDC Guide Helps Deaf Youth Get Jobs, Training, and More from Vocational Rehabilitation Services

Vocational Rehabilitation During COVID-19: Shifting Online to Support Access for Deaf Students

Vocational rehabilitation (VR) agencies nationwide have faced many challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic, as they strived to connect with isolated deaf students, overcome technology issues, and continue to support access to Pre-Employment Transition Services (Pre-ETS), vocational training, and employment.

Support Deaf Student Success in Fall 2020 with New Online Guides from the National Deaf Center

Learn Instructional Strategies for Deaf Student Success in New Three-Hour Online Course

A deaf student enrolled in your class, arranged their accommodations, and is ready to learn. Is your teaching plan ready to maximize their learning — as well as the diverse learning styles of a modern college classroom?

Sarah Brown Awarded for Staff Excellence by the University of Texas at Austin

In recognition of her impact and distinction, Sarah Brown received the 2019-2020 Staff Excellence Award from The University of Texas at Austin’s College of Education, in which the National Deaf Center on Postsecondary Outcomes (NDC) is based.

Communicating With a Face Mask: What Colleges Need to Know for Deaf Students (and Everyone)

Whether made of brightly-colored cotton or medical-grade materials, face masks are now a fact of life during the pandemic to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. But face masks can make communication difficult, especially for deaf students, faculty, and staff at your college — and it’s an issue that transcends the classroom.

Q&A with Deaf Chef David Uzzell

In honor of National Culinary Arts Month, NDC asked deaf chef David Uzzell, who was featured on NPR in 2017, about how he got started in the industry and his advice for aspiring chefs. David has worked at Marcel’s by Robert Wiedmaier, the White House, Reverie, Fäviken and minibar by José Andrés.

How did you get started in the culinary field?

New Online Course Teaches How to Design a Successful Summer Program for Deaf Youth

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