Featured Breakout Session - Dr. Raymond Hull
6/28/2013 7:08 AM
Those of you who have been attending the PD Conference for some time are probably familiar with Dr. Raymond Hull. Dr. Hull is a professor of Communication Disorders at Wichita State University
and a regular breakout presenter whose engaging sessions are highly attended.
Dr. Hull is a leader in the field of identifying and diagnosing hearing loss and interventions for children and adults who are hard of hearing.
In recent years this has also included a focus on personnel development in the area of aural rehabilitation.
This year Dr. Hull will present a Featured Breakout Session
, scheduled for Tuesday, July 16th
2:00-3:00 pm. The presentation will be titled Inadvertent Impairments in Young Children and will
describe what teachers and parents may unwittingly do that can impair young children’s abilities to learn at home and in the classroom. The session will also describe what parents and teachers can do to facilitate learning and the development of language for young children with developmental delays and, in fact, for all children.If this is a topic that is of interest to you, no need to wait for the conference to learn more! Pepnet2 is an OSEP-funded Center that focuses on post-secondary opportunities for people who are deaf or hard of hearing. The Center provides Technical Assistance, Personnel Development, Research and Evidence Syntheses, and Leadership Coordination, as well as online learning modules, tip sheets, and other resources
Tips for Attendees Plan your conference schedule now! The conference agenda is now live
1 comment(s) so far...
By Maurice Belote on
7/10/2013 1:06 PM
Re: Featured Breakout Session - Dr. Raymond Hull
I've attended Dr. Hull's sessions in the past and always found him to be absolutely fascinating and highly informative and relevant. I've shared his work in my own lectures and it often generates some of the most spirited dialogue. Glad to see he's being included this year and featured in this blog.