LE 129: Social-Emotional Learning for Our Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students with Dr. Danielle Thompson-Ochoa

About Danielle Thompson-Ochoa, Ph.D.   Prior to arriving at Gallaudet University, I was a former a School Counselor for Pre-K to Grade 12 in Honolulu, Hawai’i. I pursued my Ph.D. while working as a school counselor.   I am a National Certified School Counselor (NCSC) and a National Certified Counselor (NCC).   I also have K-12 School Counselor license in Virginia, Maryland and Hawai’i.   I am a native of Trinidad (Trinidad and Tobago) in the West Indies and relocated to United States of America at the age of 17 for college.   I am a proud mom of two CODA kids!   What I love about my department, (Department of Counseling): teaching/ watching her students succeed in becoming phenomenal Counselors.   When I have a quiet moment, I enjoy scrapbooking, watching comedy movies, and baking gluten free cupcakes.   I also love playing board games with my kids and friends. My favorite board games are monopoly and scrabble.   I love to travel, I have a bucket list I plan to complete before I reach 100 years old!   Show Highlights  The significance of developing SEL in Deaf Education  How SEL competences and skills are underdeveloped in DHH children  The role of SEL in DHH students’ academic success  Strategies for supporting DHH students with SEL   Connect with Danielle Danille.thompson-ochoa@gallaudet.edu   Additional Resources The Impact of Bullying and Victimization Among Deaf Students in Residential Schools and Distressful Behaviors of Deaf Students   Connect with me on Twitter @sheldoneakins    

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