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SSGC continues to patronize 25 deaf children of fesf under its CSR program. Oct 13, 2019 350
INTERPRETING for DEAF STUDENTS: FACTS and FANTASIES: Students who benefit from the services of an interpreter also have to be developmentally cognitively, and socially accustomed to navigating the educational experience. King, J. Freeman Mar 1, 2018 871
INCIDENTAL LEARNING & THE DEAF CHILD: To fully comprehend the crucial need for access to incidental learning, one must investigate the learning environment of the hearing child apart from the time spent in formal schooling. King, J. Freeman Nov 1, 2017 1366
Antecedents of Early Childhood Special Education Program: A Stake's Model Perspective. Ghulam Fatima,; Misbah Malik,; Chaudhary, Abid Hussain; Nayab, Dur-e- Report Apr 30, 2017 6061
Early Childhood Special Education Program at the Outcome Phase: An Evaluation from Stake's Countenance Model Perspective. Fatima, Ghulam; Malik, Misbah; Abid, Uzma; Nayab, Dur-e- Report Dec 31, 2016 4292
Considerations for a bilingual approach in the education of the deaf child: American Sign Language and spoken English should not be considered as mutually exclusive alternatives, but as potentially complementary strategies for encouraging language development in deaf children. King, J. Freeman Oct 1, 2016 1366
Instructional Practices used by Special Education Teachers in Classrooms of Young Children with Deafness. Fatima, Ghulam; Ch, Abid Hussain; Malik, Misbah Report Jun 30, 2016 3954
Can you hear me? Deafness is not a mental disability. de Voss Links, Vida Apr 1, 2016 1087
Predicting the academic achievement of deaf and hard-of-hearing students from individual, household, communication, and educational factors. Marschark, Marc; Shaver, Debra M.; Nagle, Katherine M.; Newman, Lynn A. Report Apr 1, 2015 11381
American sign language, English bilingual, bicultural programs: the ultimate goal of any bilingual-bicultural ASL/English program is to give the child the best of both worlds, both linguistically and culturally, and to insure that the child is able to comfortably adapt to and be acculturated into both the hearing and deaf cultures. Feb 1, 2014 1438
Mobile Sign Language Learning Outside the Classroom. Weaver, Kimberly A.; Starner, Thad Abstract Jan 1, 2012 126
An Evaluation of Video Intelligibility for Novice American Sign Language Learners on a Mobile Device. Weaver, Kimberly A.; Starner, Thad; Hamilton, Harley Abstract Oct 25, 2010 333
We Need to Communicate! Helping Hearing Parents of Deaf Children Learn American Sign Language. Weaver, Kimberly A.; Starner, Thad Abstract Oct 24, 2010 189
Hearing their need. Nguyen, Cuong May 1, 2009 1596
Computer Aided Lip Reading Training Tool. Sarmasik, Gamze; Dalkilic, Gokhan; Kut, Alp; Cebi, Yalcin; Serbetcioglu, Bulent Report May 1, 2007 170
Children with significant hearing loss: learning to listen, talk, and read--evidence-based best practices. Martindale, Maura Jan 1, 2007 2575
Early intervention collaboration-deaf role models. LaGrande, Jamilee Sep 22, 2004 2373
Abuse charges filed against elderly nuns in Boston. May 21, 2004 345
Educators of the deaf and hard-of-hearing involved in due process hearings: lessons learned. Miller, Kevin J.; Connolly, Michael J. Jun 22, 2003 5023

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