Tuesday, January 18, 2022

Start time: 12 p.m.

End time: 1 p.m.





Learn about the benefits of a team approach, tools for educating general education personnel, strategies for differentiating instruction, ways to network with colleagues, and more!

Access the Webinar

This webinar will be held via Zoom. Participants do not need to have a Zoom account to participate in the webinar, although you might be prompted to download a plugin. To access the webinar, please sign up via Zoom (choose the January 18 date in the drop-down menu and answer a few questions): LIVE With LIO: Deaf/Hard of Hearing Zoom Meeting Registration


An American Sign Language interpreter and captioning will be available during this webinar. If you require any other accommodations to participate effectively in this webinar or would like to receive a presentation outline prior to the webinar, please send an email by December 28 to mde-lio-events@michigan.govPlease note: It is important for participants to request accommodations at least three weeks prior to the webinar. Outside agencies MDE-LIO contracts with to provide accommodations cannot guarantee services if requests are made in less than three weeks.


Attendance will be verified using Zoom's timestamp feature.

  • SCECHs have been approved for 1.0 hour for this webinar. If you would like to receive SCECHs and are present for the entire webinar, you will receive an email with instructions from mde-lio-credits@michigan.gov in June, after the final webinar in the series.
  • MI-CEUs have been approved for .1 Professional Studies units and .1 Educational units. Certificates will be emailed within one week after the webinar.
  • This webinar has also been approved for .1 RID CEUs.


Attendees must be able to log into and participate in this event individually. This event is not conducive to group participation.

About LIVE With LIO

Join MDE-LIO consultants and guest co-presenters to learn more about the unique needs of students who are Deaf/Hard of Hearing (DHH). Presenters will share evidence-based practices, tools, and resources for supporting students who are DHH and their families.

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