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Intelligence assessment of deaf students with TONI 3

Barbosa,Anna Carolina Cassiano; Lukasova,Katerina; Mecca,Tatiana Pontrelli; Macedo,Elizeu Coutinho
Fonte: Universidade de São Francisco, Programa de Pós-Graduação Stricto Sensu em Psicologia Publicador: Universidade de São Francisco, Programa de Pós-Graduação Stricto Sensu em Psicologia
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: text/html
Publicado em 01/08/2013 EN
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The intelligence assessment of deaf and hard-of-hearing students has been a challenge for Brazilian psychologists, due to the lack of standardized and validated instruments for this population. The objective of this study was to assess the intelligence of deaf and hard-of-hearing students with the Test of Nonverbal Intelligence, Third Edition (TONI-3: Forma A) according to external variables: age, education, gender, type of deafness, use of hearing aid and communication mode. Study participants were 205 deaf students of both genders, with an average age of 14 years, from four public schools, ranging from elementary to middle school. Results showed no significant differences between subjects according to gender, type of deafness and communication mode. There was an increase in test scores with increasing age, grade and differences between students that used hearing aids. Thus, the findings demonstrate the validity of the TONI-3 to assess the intelligence of Brazilian deaf students.

Teaching languages to deaf students in Brazil at the intersection of discourses

Piconi,Larissa Bassi
Fonte: Faculdade de Letras - Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais Publicador: Faculdade de Letras - Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: text/html
Publicado em 01/12/2014 EN
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This work aims to discuss multilingual issues involving teaching languages to the deaf in Brazilian schools. For this purpose, it proposes an analysis of a set of materials produced by the Brazilian Ministry of Education aimed at situating means through which to act, represent and identify the deaf, as well as practices of teaching Brazilian Sign Language and Portuguese to this social group, based on the Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) framework. Investigating discursive practices on this issue is important, as it allows one to identify the changes in the maintenance/transformation of recognition issues regarding the deaf in the Brazilian context. This analysis illustrates a multiplicity of voices that work to establish controversy upon evoking different meanings and a power struggle regarding the preservation of rules that currently guide the processes of language teaching for the deaf in an inclusive perspective.

Counseling Deaf College Students: The Case of Shea

Guiffrida, Douglas A. ; Whyte, Aimee K.
Fonte: American Counseling Association Publicador: American Counseling Association
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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This case study describes developmental and psychosocial challenges experienced by a Deaf college student. A counseling intervention that combines person-centered and cognitive behavior approaches with psychoeducational strategies designed to educate the client about Deaf identity development and Deaf culture is presented.

Identidades de filhos ouvintes quando os pais são surdos:uma abordagem sociológica sobre o processo de socialização; The identity of hearing children of deaf parents: sociological approach of socialization process

ANDRADE, Pablo Regis
Fonte: Universidade Federal de Goiás; BR; UFG; Mestrado em Sociologia; Ciências Humanas Publicador: Universidade Federal de Goiás; BR; UFG; Mestrado em Sociologia; Ciências Humanas
Tipo: Dissertação Formato: application/pdf
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This dissertation will discuss the construction of the Identity of hearing children of deaf parents, reflecting on family, socialization and deafness. Firstly we aim to understand who are the family members of those interviewed and how they see their parents, aunts, uncles and grandparents generally considered as part of these groups, a reference for the process of acquisition and the learning of values, beliefs and social rules. Starting with the idea of mediation between individuals and society, we ask what the link would be that allows individuals to see themselves as a family. Contextualized in each timeframes we perceive that family ties are developed within a perspective of loyalty. In the cases researched, the vision that aunts, uncles and grandparents form part of the group that has a direct relation to the need to reach hearing children of deaf parents to communicate orally. Therefore, this method of communication becomes one of the aspects discussed in the second chapter: the language that the children use daily Brazilian Sign Language (LIBRAS) and Portuguese. As a product of a family context, we show how they learn to communicate orally and in sign language as practical sense. These linguistic acquisitions allow those interviewed to mediate between deaf parents and chat we call the outside world...

Variação linguística da libras no contexto da educação de surdos; Variação linguística da libras no contexto da educação de surdos; Linguistic variation in LIBRAS in the context of Deaf Education; Linguistic variation in LIBRAS in the context of Deaf Education

PEREIRA, Karina ávila
Fonte: Universidade Federal de Pelotas; Educação; Programa de Pós-Graduação em Educação; UFPel; BR Publicador: Universidade Federal de Pelotas; Educação; Programa de Pós-Graduação em Educação; UFPel; BR
Tipo: Dissertação Formato: application/pdf
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This master's research aims to analyzethe spread of Brazilian sign language in school environments, and elementary school students have linguistic variations in their speeches. It isdivided in two parts, where the first oneinterviews were conducted with students at a school for the deaf inPelotascity, andstudents in a school withspecific classes of Rio Grande. In the second part, a translator / interpreterof Brazilian sign language-LIBRASof each school was interviewed. Methodologically the research is enrolled in a qualitative approach. Initially a pilot instrument was organized in order to examine whether the methodological tools would be suffi cient to collect data from the signers of LIBRAS,in this case students in upper grades of elementary school, bearing in mind the necessity of adaptation of the instruments commonly used in sociolinguistic research about linguistic variations in sign language and the goals and characteristics of this research. Following the survey, data collected from students in deaf schools and special classes were analyzed by the translators of LIBRASwith the intention of finding linguistic variations. Data from interviews with the translators of LIBRAShave been examined by me and checked with data from the first part. The intersectionwe can conclude that the deaf students make use of linguistic variants in their speech and that the translators of these variations perceiveitas a natural process that occurs in LIBRAS. In addition...

A sala de aula inclusiva na rede pública com alunos surdos: um estudo de caso de um professor de língua inglesa; The inclusive classroom in public schools with deaf students: a case study of an English teacher

VICTOR, Carlete Fátima da Silva
Fonte: Universidade Federal de Goiás; BR; UFG; Mestrado em Letras e Linguística; Lingüística, Letras e Artes Publicador: Universidade Federal de Goiás; BR; UFG; Mestrado em Letras e Linguística; Lingüística, Letras e Artes
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In this work, I describe the pedagogical practice of an English teacher in a regular and inclusive public school in Goiania-GO with three deaf students. The research was developed in a classroom in which there were three deaf students and thirty-two hearing students. This study is based on Vygotsky‟s Sociocultural theory, inclusive education, deaf education approaches, and foreign language learning studies. In this case study, the data collection and analysis followed the principles of the qualitative research, according to Spradley (1980), Erickson (1985) and André (1995). Based on the results of the data analysis, it was observed that the pedagogical practice of the participant teacher of this study was based on the traditional approach. The data also shows that the teacher tries to change this pattern and to find new teaching strategies in an attempt to improve the students' cognitive and social skills, focusing on their individual characteristics. This research presents a pedagogical practice that recognizes the differences in the learning process of hearing and deaf students. It is hoped that this reflection may help other teachers to think critically about the inclusive process that is happening in our society and rethink their actions and enhance the learning process of their students.; O presente estudo busca descrever e compreender a prática pedagógica de um professor de língua inglesa em uma escola regular e inclusiva que trabalha com alunos surdos na rede pública de ensino da cidade de Goiânia...

O ensino de segunda língua com foco no professor: História oral de professores surdos de língua de sinais brasileira; Second language teaching with focus on the teacher: Life histories of deaf teachers of Brazilian Sign Language

Leite, Tarcisio de Arantes
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 23/06/2004 PT
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A presente pesquisa consiste em um estudo voltado para a melhoria do ensino de língua de sinais brasileira (LSB ou LIBRAS) como segunda língua para alunos ouvintes. Empregando os procedimentos da história oral, foram realizadas entrevistas com professores surdos que, uma vez coletadas, receberam dois tratamentos diferenciados: em primeiro lugar, um tratamento formal, que pudesse resultar em histórias de vida a serem lidas pelo público-alvo da pesquisa pelo seu valor intrínseco; e, em segundo lugar, um tratamento analítico, que pudesse resultar numa análise das concepções de ensino que estão por trás da prática dos professores surdos. No primeiro caso, as entrevistas passaram por um processo de tradução da LSB falada para o português escrito, bem como por uma espécie de “romanceamento” dessa tradução. No segundo caso, as entrevistas foram submetidas a uma análise que visou a identificar e discutir as implicações sociais, políticas e acadêmicas do sistema de conhecimentos, crenças e suposições que os professores surdos carregam sobre o ensino da LSB. Espera-se que, com esses dois focos diferenciados, os frutos deste trabalho possam ser aproveitados como fonte de reflexão tanto pelos profissionais surdos e ouvintes que atuam no campo de ensino da LSB como segunda língua...

A importância da Língua Brasileira de Sinais – LIBRAS para a assistência de enfermagem qualificada junto ao paciente surdo; The importance of the Brazilian Language of Signals - LIBRAS for the assistance of qualified nursing next to the deaf patient

Costa, Lorena Borges da
Fonte: Universidade Católica de Brasília Publicador: Universidade Católica de Brasília
Tipo: Trabalho de Conclusão de Curso Formato: Texto
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A Língua Brasileira de Sinais – LIBRAS é legalmente (Lei 10.436/2002) a língua utilizada pela população surda brasileira, considerada uma importante via para o desenvolvimento do surdo em todos os níveis de conhecimento, e desempenhando uma importante função de suporte do pensamento e de estimulador do desenvolvimento cognitivo e social. O objetivo deste estudo é demonstrar a importância de introdução da Língua Brasileira de Sinais – LIBRAS no âmbito acadêmico de formação dos profissionais da área da saúde, viabilizando uma melhor interação entre paciente – profissional, tendo uma melhoria na qualidade dos atendimentos de saúde. Trata – se de uma pesquisa realizada com 10 pacientes surdos usuários da LIBRAS que utilizaram o Sistema Único de Saúde - SUS. A pesquisa, de caráter qualitativo – quantitativo, utilizou como instrumento um questionário semi – estruturado e a filmagem de relatos dos participantes. Os resultados demonstraram a pouca eficácia da assistência ao paciente surdo devido à falta de êxito na comunicação. Palavras –; The Brazilian Language of Signals - LIBRAS are legally (Law 10,436/2002) the language used for the Brazilian deaf population, considered an important saw for the development of the deaf in all the knowledge levels...

Plurilingüismo e surdez: uma leitura bakhtiniana da história da educação dos surdos; Plurilingualism and deafness: a Bakhtinian view of the history of education of deaf people

Lodi, Ana Claudia Balieiro
Fonte: Universidade de São Paulo. Faculdade de Educação Publicador: Universidade de São Paulo. Faculdade de Educação
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; ; ; ; ; ; Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 01/12/2005 POR
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A história da educação dos surdos é marcada por conflitos e controvérsias. Observa-se, porém, que embora as discussões realizadas nos últimos cinco séculos façam referência à educação, as questões próprias das esferas educacionais nunca foram enfatizadas. Ou seja, os métodos de ensino e as práticas realizadas foram submetidos ao fator lingüístico e abordados com o objetivo de descrever e sustentar a defesa pelo desenvolvimento da língua oral ou de sinais. Neste artigo, serão tecidas discussões, à luz da teoria de Bakhtin, considerando-se os principais fatos ocorridos na história da educação dos surdos no decorrer dos séculos. Serão explicitadas as diversas ideologias que perpassaram os discursos sobre a surdez; o embate histórico entre a língua brasileira de sinais (LIBRAS) e o português, enfocando-se os processos determinantes do desincentivo do uso da LIBRAS, por mais de um século, no processo educacional dos surdos; e apontados os reflexos dessa história nos dias atuais em nosso país. Ao final, será feita uma breve exposição de uma pesquisa, realizada pela autora deste artigo, que aponta para processos indicativos para que uma transformação da educação de e para surdos seja realizada, principalmente no que se refere ao desenvolvimento dos sujeitos como leitores...

Deaf characters in fiction and drama

Panara, Robert
Fonte: The Deaf American Publicador: The Deaf American
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Stereotyping of the deaf student and Klineberg's "kernal of truth" hypothesis

Isaacs, Morton
Fonte: Oxford University Press Publicador: Oxford University Press
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Investigation of stereotyping has generally taken place either well after the process has occurred or within laboratory situations. The recent formation of the National Institute for the Deaf (NTID) within the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) offered a rare opportunity to investigate what occurs when a stigmatizable minority group is introduced into a majority culture. The deaf in general are readily distinguishable from the hearing due to their inability to easliy follow verbal communications, wearing of hearing aids, use of manual communication involving gestures in addition to or in place of sounds, and other observable behavior. Klineberg (1950) proposed a "kernel of truth" hypothesis with regard to a group stereotype. He stated that there should be found to be more than a random correspondance between a stereotype of a group and an o bjective measure of the group's characteristics. Harding et al (1969) point out that there have been few tests of this hypothesis. This research then is directed toward two hypotheses: (1) A stereotype of the "deaf student" has been formed on the RIT cmapus; and (2) This stereotype will correspond with an objective measure to the personality of the deaf.

A Needs assessment & exploration for incorporating tablet PC technology to improve deaf and hard of hearing students cooperative learning experiences in the mainstream classroom

Remelt, Sarah
Fonte: Rochester Instituto de Tecnologia Publicador: Rochester Instituto de Tecnologia
Tipo: Masters Project
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This project focuses on qualitative exploratory research that analyzes the possible inclusion of Tablet PC technology and teaching strategies to enhance cooperative learning in the mainstream classroom environment. After 3 observations, suggestions for use of Tablet PC technology and teaching strategies were shared and modeled for the classroom Teachers of the Deaf(TODs). Feedback via interview and survey were solicited from the TODs involved in the study and a final report written. The report showed the findings that the Tablet PC is perceived to have the ability to enhance deaf and hard of hearing student experiences, participation and communication during cooperative learning within mainstream environments.

Predicting academic achievement in deaf poulations using measures of learning and memory

Gleason, Kelly
Fonte: Rochester Instituto de Tecnologia Publicador: Rochester Instituto de Tecnologia
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado
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The purpose of this study was to (1) examine the correlation between a test of academic achievement (SAT-9) and a test of cognitive ability (WISC-III PIQ), and between a test of academic achievement (SAT-9) and tests of memory and learning (TOMAL VSR and WSR subtests), and (2) to examine the degree to which each type of test (either WISC-III PIQ, TOMAL WSR, or TOMAL VSR) is predictive of achievement in several achievement areas for deaf and hard of hearing children. The TOMAL WSR and VSR subtests were administered to 30 children enrolled at a school for the deaf in Buffalo, NY. Data on WISC-ITI PIQ and SAT-9 scores were obtained from school records. Test instructions were given through Total Communication, using a combination of American Sign Language and spoken English. Significant correlations were found between the WISC-III PIQ and each SAT-9 subtest as well as between both subtests of the TOMAL and each SAT-9 subtest. Only the VSR subtest of the TOMAL was found to significantly predict achievement on the Reading Comprehension, Total Language, and Problem Solving subtests of the SAT-9. The study provides support for the use of tests of visual memory in the psychological assessment of deaf children.

Cognition

Clark, M.; Schwanenflugel, P.; Everhart, V.; Bartini, M.; Marschark, Marc; Kelly, Ronald; Mousley, Keith; Ruiz-Vargas, J.; Cuevas, I.; Mayer, T.; Tinti, C.; Cornoldi, C.; Lukomski, J.; Parasnis, Ila; Samar, V.; Mandke, K.; Bettger, J.; Sathe, K.; Berent,
Fonte: National Technical Institute for the Deaf: Department of Educational Resources Publicador: National Technical Institute for the Deaf: Department of Educational Resources
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What characteristics distinguish learners who are deaf or hard of hearing from their hearing classmates? What factors or conditions increase a deaf person's access to school and employment? What factors contribute to a person's success at school and on the job? The goal of research at NTID is to answer these questions, and in this volume of the NTID Papers and Publications we are pleased to present summaries of recent research and descriptions of instructional materials produced by faculty and staff at NTID. I hope you will find them informative and useful, and I invite your comments, questions and suggestions regarding interpretation, application and follow-up research. We appreciated the strong support of Dr. Jeffrey Porter, Interim Director of the Center for Research, Teaching and Learning.; To request individual papers in any of the sections, please include the full citation and the AN number found in brackets at the end of the citation. Contact the Department of Educational Resources through email (ASKCRTL@RIT.EDU), or mail your request to:; Department of Educational Resources; National Technical Institute for the Deaf; 52 Lomb Memorial Drive; Rochester, NY 14623

Communication and language

Berent, P.; Samar, V.; Parasnis, Ila; Caccamise, Frank; Mitchell, M.; Reeves, June; Herald, S.; Burch, D.; Lang, Harry; Newell, William; Finton, L.; Fischer, Susan; Delhorne, L.; Reed, C.; Gough, B.; Foster, Susan; Gustina, Donna; Mowl, Gary; Liu, Y.; Mar
Fonte: National Technical Institute for the Deaf: Department of Educational Resources Publicador: National Technical Institute for the Deaf: Department of Educational Resources
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What characteristics distinguish learners who are deaf or hard of hearing from their hearing classmates? What factors or conditions increase a deaf person's access to school and employment? What factors contribute to a person's success at school and on the job? The goal of research at NTID is to answer these questions, and in this volume of the NTID Papers and Publications we are pleased to present summaries of recent research and descriptions of instructional materials produced by faculty and staff at NTID. I hope you will find them informative and useful, and I invite your comments, questions and suggestions regarding interpretation, application and follow-up research. We appreciated the strong support of Dr. Jeffrey Porter, Interim Director of the Center for Research, Teaching and Learning.; To request individual papers in any of the sections, please include the full citation and the AN number found in brackets at the end of the citation. Contact the Department of Educational Resources through email (ASKCRTL@RIT.EDU), or mail your request to:; Department of Educational Resources; National Technical Institute for the Deaf; 52 Lomb Memorial Drive; Rochester, NY 14623

Culture

Brooks, D.; Carmel, S.; Emerton, R.; Foster, Susan; Lang, Harry; Stokoe, W.; Meath-Lang, B.; Mudgett-DeCaro, P.; Parasnis, Ila; DeCaro, James; Raman, Marilu; Stinson, M.; Stuckless, R.; Walter, G.
Fonte: National Technical Institute for the Deaf: Department of Educational Resources Publicador: National Technical Institute for the Deaf: Department of Educational Resources
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What characteristics distinguish learners who are deaf or hard of hearing from their hearing classmates? What factors or conditions increase a deaf person's access to school and employment? What factors contribute to a person's success at school and on the job? The goal of research at NTID is to answer these questions, and in this volume of the NTID Papers and Publications we are pleased to present summaries of recent research and descriptions of instructional materials produced by faculty and staff at NTID. I hope you will find them informative and useful, and I invite your comments, questions and suggestions regarding interpretation, application and follow-up research. We appreciated the strong support of Dr. Jeffrey Porter, Interim Director of the Center for Research, Teaching and Learning.; To request individual papers in any of the sections, please include the full citation and the AN number found in brackets at the end of the citation. Contact the Department of Educational Resources through email (ASKCRTL@RIT.EDU), or mail your request to:; Department of Educational Resources; National Technical Institute for the Deaf; 52 Lomb Memorial Drive; Rochester, NY 14623

Educational issues

Albertini, John; Lang, Harry; De Filippo, C.; Dagel, D.; Foster, Susan; McKee, Barbara; Barefoot, Sidney; Eilers-Crandall, Kathleen; Gustafson, M.; Egelston-Dodd, Judy; Himmelstein, J.; Kelly, Ronald; Mousley, Keith; Stinson, M.; Kavanagh, Firoza; Liu, Y.
Fonte: National Technical Institute for the Deaf: Department of Educational Resources Publicador: National Technical Institute for the Deaf: Department of Educational Resources
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What characteristics distinguish learners who are deaf or hard of hearing from their hearing classmates? What factors or conditions increase a deaf person's access to school and employment? What factors contribute to a person's success at school and on the job? The goal of research at NTID is to answer these questions, and in this volume of the NTID Papers and Publications we are pleased to present summaries of recent research and descriptions of instructional materials produced by faculty and staff at NTID. I hope you will find them informative and useful, and I invite your comments, questions and suggestions regarding interpretation, application and follow-up research. We appreciated the strong support of Dr. Jeffrey Porter, Interim Director of the Center for Research, Teaching and Learning.; To request individual papers in any of the sections, please include the full citation and the AN number found in brackets at the end of the citation. Contact the Department of Educational Resources through email (ASKCRTL@RIT.EDU), or mail your request to:; Department of Educational Resources; National Technical Institute for the Deaf; 52 Lomb Memorial Drive; Rochester, NY 14623

Post-secondary education and employment

Aldersley, Stephen; Ashmore, D.; Schroedel, J.; Simon, J.; Clarcq, Jack; Walter, G.; Emerton, Greg; Foster, Susan; Gravitz, J.; Long, Gary; Snell, K.; Hurwitz, T. Alan; Weisel, A.; Parasnis, Ila; DeCaro, James; Savir, H.; Orlando, R.; Gramly, M.; Hoke, J.
Fonte: National Technical Institute for the Deaf: Department of Educational Resources Publicador: National Technical Institute for the Deaf: Department of Educational Resources
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What characteristics distinguish learners who are deaf or hard of hearing from their hearing classmates? What factors or conditions increase a deaf person's access to school and employment? What factors contribute to a person's success at school and on the job? The goal of research at NTID is to answer these questions, and in this volume of the NTID Papers and Publications we are pleased to present summaries of recent research and descriptions of instructional materials produced by faculty and staff at NTID. I hope you will find them informative and useful, and I invite your comments, questions and suggestions regarding interpretation, application and follow-up research. We appreciated the strong support of Dr. Jeffrey Porter, Interim Director of the Center for Research, Teaching and Learning.; To request individual papers in any of the sections, please include the full citation and the AN number found in brackets at the end of the citation. Contact the Department of Educational Resources through email (ASKCRTL@RIT.EDU), or mail your request to:; Department of Educational Resources; National Technical Institute for the Deaf; 52 Lomb Memorial Drive; Rochester, NY 14623

Reading, writing, speech, and sign skills

Albertini, John; Shannon, N.; Berent, Gerald; Samar, V.; Kelly, Ronald; Berent, R.; Bochner, Joseph; Sacken, J.; Garrison, W.; Palmer, Lydia; MacKenzie, Douglas; Braveman, A.; Brown, Paula; Brewer, Laurie; Christie, Karen; Wilkins, D.; Marschark, Marc; Ha
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What characteristics distinguish learners who are deaf or hard of hearing from their hearing classmates? What factors or conditions increase a deaf person's access to school and employment? What factors contribute to a person's success at school and on the job? The goal of research at NTID is to answer these questions, and in this volume of the NTID Papers and Publications we are pleased to present summaries of recent research and descriptions of instructional materials produced by faculty and staff at NTID. I hope you will find them informative and useful, and I invite your comments, questions and suggestions regarding interpretation, application and follow-up research. We appreciated the strong support of Dr. Jeffrey Porter, Interim Director of the Center for Research, Teaching and Learning.; To request individual papers in any of the sections, please include the full citation and the AN number found in brackets at the end of the citation. Contact the Department of Educational Resources through email (ASKCRTL@RIT.EDU), or mail your request to:; Department of Educational Resources; National Technical Institute for the Deaf; 52 Lomb Memorial Drive; Rochester, NY 14623

Social processes

Bateman, Gerald; Foster, Susan; Marschark, Marc; Schwartz, M.; Vaccari, C.
Fonte: National Technical Institute for the Deaf: Department of Educational Resources Publicador: National Technical Institute for the Deaf: Department of Educational Resources
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-What characteristics distinguish learners who are deaf or hard of hearing from their hearing classmates? -What factors or conditions increase a deaf person's access to school and employment? -What factors contribute to a person's success at school and on the job? The goal of research at NTID is to answer these questions, and in this volume of the NTID Papers and Publications we are pleased to present summaries of recent research and descriptions of instructional materials produced by faculty and staff at NTID. I hope you will find them informative and useful, and I invite your comments, questions and suggestions regarding interpretation, application and follow-up research. We appreciated the strong support of Dr. Jeffrey Porter, Interim Director of the Center for Research, Teaching and Learning.; To request individual papers in any of the sections, please include the full citation and the AN number found in brackets at the end of the citation. Contact the Department of Educational Resources through email (ASKCRTL@RIT.EDU), or mail your request to:; Department of Educational Resources; National Technical Institute for the Deaf; 52 Lomb Memorial Drive; Rochester, NY 14623