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Teacher of the Deaf

August 7, 2017
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Deb Kent is a teacher of deaf children in Leicestershire

Deb Kent [BSc(Hons) Biological Sciences, 1991] gave a presentation during the 2016 season of CABS talks about her role as a Teacher of the Deaf (TOD). Having initially trained as a primary school teacher, Deb responded to an advert in the local paper and switched to being a teacher of the deaf.

In her talk, Deb discussed ways in which her work as a peripatetic TOD differs both from more standard teaching roles and from the job of a TOD in a specific centre. She reviews the various routes into teaching and the ways to get a diploma in deaf education.

A transcript of her talk is available here.

Slides from Deb’s talk are available below, and via this link

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