Seeking Educators for Survey on Teacher Perception and Hearing Loss.

April 27, 2021

Teacher Perception and Knowledge About Hearing Loss and How It Impacts Their Students
A Doctoral Project by Megan Brown & Jillian Pitchford

An estimated 60-80% of school-aged students with hearing loss are being taught in inclusive general education classrooms (Eriks-Brophy & Whittingham, 2013). However, knowledge on hearing health has been shown to be lacking. The success of inclusion of students with hearing loss in general education classrooms relies upon the teachers’ abilities to create a successful learning environment that meets every students’ needs.

The purpose of this survey is to gauge the knowledge and perception of preparedness of local educators about working with students with hearing impairment.

Inclusion Criteria:

•At least 18 years or older
•A current educator of any subject

This survey should take around 5-10 minutes to complete. 

If you have any questions, please contact 

Doctoral Student                Doctoral Student                 Faculty Advisor
Megan Brown, B.S.           Jillian Pitchford, B.S.            Dr. Laura Stevenson   

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