How can deaf and hard-of-hearing students best be taught given their individual strengths and needs? This question is at the core of the third edition of this inspiring conference on November 6 - 8 at Philharmonie, Haarlem.
Teaching Deaf Learners
How can deaf and hard-of-hearing students best be taught given their individual strengths and needs? This question is at the core of the third edition of this inspiring conference.
At the 3rd conference on Teaching Deaf Learners an interesting program is coming to you. Read more. A variety of presenters will update you on the significance of refresher courses for teachers and of more research and cooperation in this area. Apart from plenary sessions there are several symposia you can opt for.
You can order a ticket for the 3rd International Conference on Teaching Deaf Learners and pay via credit card, PayPal or iDEAL. After payment you will receive a confirmation by e-mail for your attendance. In this e-mail you will also receive a link where you can register personal data for e.g. name, choice of symposia, interpreters, etc.
Here you find the presenters of TDL 2019.
The Organizing Committee encourages you to submit your abstracts for posters for TDL 2019. The abstracts should be written in English, the official language of the event.
The conference Teaching Deaf Learners (TDL) results from the 2014 volume Teaching Deaf Learners: Psychological and Developmental Foundations (Oxford University Press), written by the conference organizers. This book explores how deaf students (children and adolescents) learn and the conditions that support their reaching their full cognitive potential — or not.
Be inspired by national and international presenters from several continents and diverse backgrounds during the previous TDL congress in March 2017. Watch the video.
Experience the cultural history of Haarlem. The historic city center of Haarlem has more than 1,000 protected monuments and is therefore the second monumental city of Amsterdam after Amsterdam. Special restaurants, exclusive shops and cozy cocktail locations contribute to the atmospheric and friendly center. Traditionally, Haarlem is also known as a city of art and culture.
TDL 2019 is organized by Royal Dutch Kentalis and the National Technical Institute for the Deaf (USA). The conference is supported by Oxford University Press.