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This website was designed as a resource for teachers serving students who are deaf or hard of hearing in a variety of educational settings. The goal is to equip teachers with the most appropriate tools and resources to maximize deaf and hard of hearing students’ academic growth.

Resources Included

The webinar focuses on progress monitoring practices using Curriculum Based Measurement (CBM) (Deno, 1985) as an integral part of instruction with deaf and hard of hearing students. The webinar includes the use of CBM and the use of data as part of teaching and learning. The webinar is available as a professional development opportunity for CEU credits.There are no fees for access to Avenue:PM software and apps.

The resources in language, reading, assessment, transition and technology have been selected to address instructional practices at the elementary, middle, and secondary levels and can be applied across settings and modalities. The language and reading sections include instructional strategies, activities and sample lesson plans that support best and promising practices.

Funding and Credits

The development of this site was supported through funding from the Minnesota Department of Education, Special Education. The MN Resource Center for the Deaf provided funding for the progress monitoring webinar.

Funds for the development of the Transition section of this site were provided by Pepnet2. Contents of this section were provided by stakeholders of the Collaborative Plan hosted by MNCDHH

Initial funding for the PREP-IT website was provided through a USDOE:OSEP Personnel Preparation grant.

Dr. Patricia McAnally gathered and organized the content for the language development and reading sites. Dr. Susan Rose and Lauren Barkmeier provided the content for the progress monitoring webinar based on studies conducted through the Institute on Research in Progress Monitoring and the publications and inspiration of Dr. Stanley Deno.

The University of Minnesota College of Education and Human Development provided the expertise in design and web development. Special thanks to Breanna Vick, Yelena Yan and Jeff Abuzzahab.