Classroom Notetaking

Notetaking in the classroom for the deaf, deafened, hard of hearing, oral deaf, learning disabled and those with physical or visual issues.

Notetaking in a classroom setting enables a student to participate fully in discussions —sometimes for the first time. 

The notes are organised to suit the learning style of the individual, such as complete sentences or point form.

All too often students with hearing issues have been marginalised and/or excluded because of their inability to hear, or because they are not confident that they have heard correctly.

Authorized through the institution's accessibility office, Temmer carefully matches student and notetaker for the greatest benefit to the student.