Hearing impairment has implications in learning due to the difficulty to hear and understand conversations. The purpose of this study was to describe learning for students with hearing impairments in inclusive class on Sensorimotor Development Course. This research was a qualitative research with a single case study research design. The study was conducted at Universitas Negeri Surabaya. Research subjects were student with hearing impairment, lecturer, volunteer, and classmate in inclusive class on Sensorimotor Development Course. Data collection techniques were in-depth interviews and observation. Data validity technique was triangulation. Data were analyzed based on the Miles & Huberman Flow Model which included three processes, namely data reduction, data display, and conclusions. The results showed that learning for students with hearing impairments in inclusive class on Sensorimotor Development Course needs to consider the following: (1) seating placement, (2) optimization of visual information, (3) modification of teaching, (4) volunteer support, and (5) teamwork.
Learning; hearing impairment; inclusive class; Sensorimotor Development Course