The aim of this study was to determine primary school teachers' opinions on improving listening skills of students with hearing impaired who are included in their classrooms through inclusion education. The model of the research is a descriptive scan. Data were collected using "The Teacher Opinion Scale for Developing Listening Skills of Students with Hearing Impaired" developed by the researchers. At the same time, two open-ended questions were added to this scale and a written opinion was obtained. The teachers' opinions about improving the listening skills of their students with hearing impaired differed significantly in favor of those teachers with 11-20 years of seniority between teachers with 6-10 years of seniority and 11-20 years of seniority. The majority of the teachers did not receive adequate training on teaching students with hearing impaired and they did not provide support education to their students. It has been determined that the students with hearing impaired of classroom teachers are doing applications such as using visual material, physical arrangement, providing class participation, speaking speed, tone, eye contact, poetry, song and drama participation to improve listening skills. Teachers need help to improve the communication skills of their students.