Teacher of the Deaf Job Responsibilities

Virtual Deaf and Hard of Hearing teacher jobs demand similar requirements as those in a physical setting. The primary obligation is ensuring academic and vocational success for your students with hearing impairments and loss. Other responsibilities may include:

  • Strengthening Students’ Social-Emotional Learning Skills
  • Collaborating with Parents, Administrators, and Other Service Providers
  • Providing High-quality Virtual Instruction to Students
  • Participating in IEP Meetings and Developing Goals
  • Utilizing Assistive Technology to Facilitate Student Learning
  • Demonstrating Knowledge of ASL, Cochlear Implants, and Hearing Aids
  • Providing Guidance to School Personnel

You are the primary provider of instruction, as well as holistic support, for students who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing. As a crucial member of the school team, the expectation is that you will advocate for your DHH students.

Teacher of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Job Requirements

Besides a bachelor’s degree in Education or a similar field, many Deaf and Hard of Hearing teachers obtain their Master’s degree. The state where you will be teaching will also require the appropriate license.

You can fully commit to the academic, social-emotional, and vocational success of your students with hearing loss while working from the convenience of your own home. VocoVision provides the opportunity you are searching for: a unique, powerful approach to remote teaching combined with a chance to impact students across the country positively. Apply for a teletherapy Deaf and Hard of Hearing teacher job today!

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Remote Teacher of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Opening- Nevada

Remote in Reno, NV Schools - Deaf / Hard of Hearing Specialist 24 days ago Quick Apply

VocoVision is interviewing for an DHH to work full time and remote with a school district in Nevada. The Teacher of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing will service a mild-moderate caseload of PreK-12th grade students while working from home. A paraprofessional will be on-site to assist with students. The ideal candidate will be organized, have exceptional skills, tech-savvy, and ready to take part in the revolution of tele-service.

We provide each teacher with one of a kind technical and clinical training. The DHH will have, access to online games, tools, and testing materials.

Due to the unique nature of this position, the ideal candidate should possess:

- Graduate level degree from an accredited program in Deaf Education

- Nevada Certification as a teacher of the Deaf

- Knowledge of the IEP process

- Updated computer with high-speed internet (tech screen will be administered)

 

Job Details

- Teacher of the Deaf and Hard and Hearing DHH

- Full time 30-37.5 hrs/week, still determining this

- 15 students on caseload

- Full school year contract 

- Work from home 

 

Interested in similar positions? Contact Nicole Cherry today to discuss openings in your desired location/state

To be a part of our team, email resume/references to [email protected] or call Nicole Cherry directly at (813) 219-1083 to discuss this position further.

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