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Elaine Ernst Schneider has written articles, curriculum lessons, stories, and books over a span of twenty years. Her published work includes assignment-specific articles in books and magazines such as Catholic Digest, FellowScript, Parenting Today’s Teen, HomeLearning Canada, Back Home, and Family Living. Two children’s books include 52 Children’s Moments published by SynergEbooks in ebook and hardcover format and Taking Hearing Impairment to School published and distributed by JayJo Books, a Guidance Channel company.
Schneider drew sign illustrations for the I Can Say That book, winner of the Early Language Literacy Award, and creates American Sign Language paintings as EloiseArt.
Schneider has written curriculum for The Princeton Review; SureScore; Shawk (for their client, Learning Resources); NETS (for their client, Scott Foresman); Victory Productions, and Pearson/Merrell-Prentice Hall. She was the sole author for the California PASS Program’s high school course American Sign Language. Her dedication to children has been most apparent in her years of teaching deaf children, including those who have received cochlear implants. Schneider’s experience includes working with doctors and therapists in creating learning plans for children after the cochlear implant. What she has gleaned from these experiences is encompassed in her latest book: After the Cochlear Implant, A Teacher and Parent Guide to Developing Speech and Language. The language is reader-friendly with suggestions and strategies parents, caregivers, teachers, and support personnel can follow and facilitate.