Below are some audiograms of some of my students, which I made using Deafness and Hearing Aids' 'Online Audiogram Creator'. This is a really neat tool because it allows me to plot down the results neatly and easily.
Whenever I want to help teachers understand their students' hearing loss I use their audiograms. I also use a blank audiogram with pictures and then plot the students' results directly onto them. I found that the pictures help give them an idea of what their student will have trouble hearing.
Often, I find that saying that the child is deaf or has a hearing loss is not enough. It seems as if when they can see it, it is easier to understand. Once they begin to fully understand the child's hearing loss, they begin to understand how to accommodate them better. So far, using their audiograms have helped tremendously.
*Picture Audiogram from Hands and Voices.