The Second Edition of The Itinerant Teacher’s Handbook is Available in Butte Publications, Inc.’s 2015 Winter Catalog

Available from Butte Publications in the Inc. 2015 Winter Catalog, this second edition written for itinerant teachers working with the hard of hearing covers topics like the roles and responsibilities of the itinerant, personal and professional life balance, the audiological partnership, social development of preschool through high school age children, developing individualized programs (IEPs), assessments, and testing.

Hillsboro, OR, April 18, 2015 –(PR.com)– Written by Carolyln Bullard & John Luckner, this resource focuses on the skills an itinerant teacher might need above and beyond the skills learned to be a teacher in the self-contained classroom. It is a well-developed resource that draws from the varied experiences of teachers, students, and parents.

Available from Butte Publications in the Inc. 2015 Winter Catalog, this second edition written for itinerant teachers working with the hard of hearing covers topics like the roles and responsibilities of the itinerant, personal and professional life balance, the audiological partnership, social development of preschool through high school age children, developing individualized programs (IEPs), assessments, and testing.

The book also covers the relationships the itinerant teacher must maintain, including working with and collaboration with educational interpreters, instructor assistants, families, and other educational specialists.

Lastly, this second edition touches on behavior management, orienting the school to deaf and hard of hearing students, transitions working within the school, and modifications in the general education classroom. These items provide the itinerant teacher with a strong foundation to better serve deaf and hard of hearing students.

About Butte Publications, Inc.

Butte Publications was formed in 1993 to publish educational materials for students who are deaf or hard of hearing, their teachers, parents, and professionals in the field. As many of their titles have a broader appeal, they have expanded their offerings to include Speech and Hearing, Special Education, English as a Second Language, Early Intervention and Early Childhood. For more information, please call 866-312-8883, visit the Butte Publications website at www.ButtePublications.com/, or email Service@ButtePublications.com.
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