I am embarking on my Technology Leadership Certificate and my goal will be for this blog to make a comeback. I am a firm believer of shared responsibility which starts with educators understanding that it is not our job to be gatekeepers of information. I'm a huge techie who likes to dabble in a little bit of everything to see what works best for people. I love to share new tools and incorporate them in professional development as well as show educators how to enhance students' access. There are no cookie cutter people. We all learn differently and have different interests and needs. Not only will I revamp my blog (as long as I get the green light), I'm also taking time to focus on enhancing my LiveBinder with resources for Deaf educators, administration, and families. I hope to incorporate Virtual Office Hours (after giving a quick Twitter/TodaysMeet tutorial during our next DHH Roundtable sessions). On most school days, I will be tweeting a new #DeafEdTip on Twitter. I am also planning a Technology Fair that will highlight the latest and greatest DHH technology available to students and their families. I will be sharing information on events and resources in the Center for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Education's Learning Connection Community, on Facebook, on Twitter, and during DHH Roundtable meetings. Keep an eye out...my blog is making a comeback!
Sarah Kiefer is a Teacher for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. She is passionate about serving D/HH students, advocating for their needs, informing the world at large about hearing loss, and helping families!