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Introduction The history of teacher preparation in deaf education is rich and reflects changes in society, developments in education, innovations in technology, and a number of controversies related to how best to educate children who are deaf or hard of hearing see Marvelli in this issue for a history of teacher preparation programs. Read preview Overview. Schunk; Barry J. Zimmerman Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Social Behavior and Personality: an international journal, Vol.
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This, as well as the decreased ability to read English with many Deaf patients, contributes to the decrease in adequate healthcare the Deaf population receives. In order to set up a list of libraries that you have access to, you must first login or sign up. The contribution of the Unit to deaf education has centred on the recognition of BSL legitimising its use as a language for the education of deaf pupils. Obesity Facts, 2, In terms of the dissemination and international recognition of this work, Swanwick presented a key note session at the Max Planck Institute Symposium on Translanguaging across sign and spoken language repertoires Gottingham, Germany, June and will do two further key note presentations at the International Conference on Teaching Deaf Learners Amsterdam, Netherlands, March and the International Conference on Speech and Language Pathology Sofia, Bulgaria, November
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