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Cal-ED Virtual Conference #4: Embracing a New Era in Deaf Education

  • 24 Apr 2021
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Virtual Conference via Zoom

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  • Session 4: Embracing a New Era in Deaf Education (Guest Speakers: Victorica Monroe, Wyatte Hall Jr., Carolyn McCaskill)

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Webinar 4: Embracing a New Era in Deaf Education

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[ID: two columns separated by words in white “KEYNOTE SPEAKERS”; left column, headshot of presenter looking directly at camera, short hair with glasses, wearing a gingham-checkered dark and white button-up top, black bowtie, black suspenders with tan pants; right column with greyish-beige background, title in white: right column “Why?”, presenter’s name in white block letters “VICTORICA MONROE”, Cal-ED logo on bottom]BIO: My name is Victorica Monroe. I am a founder and currently serving as a Chief of Executive for the Transformative Deaf Education Organization. I was born and raised in Arcola, Mississippi. I graduated from Gallaudet University with a Bachelor of Arts in Physical Education and Recreation, and currently working on a Master’s in Deaf Education. I will schedule to graduate this May. As a black deaf queer educator, I faced many systematic oppressions until where I am at today. I have broken the barriers of countless oppressions.  My life experiences including 10+ years in Deaf Education field led to found the TDE organization aiming for agents of change to transform Deaf Education and deaf programs. 

[ID: two columns separated by words in white “KEYNOTE SPEAKERS”; left column, headshot of presenter looking directly at camera, longish brown hair, mustache and beard with glasses, wearing a light purple button-up top with multi-colored tie and dark gray vest; right column with olive green background, title in white: right column “Dry Hot Dog; Moving Beyond Auditory Deprivation”, presenter’s name in white block letters “WYATTE C. HALL, Ph.D.”, Cal-ED logo on bottom]BIO: Wyatte Hall is a Research Assistant Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Pediatrics, Public Health Sciences, and Neurology at the University of Rochester Medical Center, and a Faculty Fellow in the University of Rochester Office of Equity & Inclusion. His research focuses on deaf population health, and the relationship between childhood language experiences and adult outcomes with a particular focus on the phenomenon of language deprivation. His experiences in deaf education include growing up mainstreamed with interpreters, receiving his undergraduate degree from the Rochester Institute of Technology, and his PhD in clinical psychology from Gallaudet University.

[ID: two columns separated by words in white “KEYNOTE SPEAKERS”; left column, headshot of presenter looking directly at camera with shoulder length black hair, parted from from the left; right column with purple background, title in white: right column “Rising to the Challenge: How to Support BIPOC Deaf Students Post-Pandemic”, presenter’s name in white block letters “DR. CAROLYN MCCASKILL”, Cal-ED logo on bottom]








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