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Teachers of the deaf work with students to provide an education based on core curriculum in such a way that meets the needs of their disabilities. They also teach basic skills including literary and communication techniques. This is a role that is very often a part of forming and following a students’ Individualized Education Program (IEP). Based on the students’ IEP, a teacher of the deaf will seek to fulfill the goals and plans that were formed based on the child’s needs.
Some of the responsibilities of teachers of deaf include:
It's required to have at least a bachelors degree in education to be a teacher to students with impaired hearing. Licensure and certifications are differ based on the state, so please check your local state requirements before applying.
This role’s growth is based on the demand within schools. While the Bureau of Labor Statistics projects a 20% growth rate in the next decade, teacher of the deaf positions are mostly based on a school’s enrollment rate.
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