The Asian SignBank (an Asia signs database) can help sign linguistics researchers, people teaching or learning sign language, and others.
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Mill Neck International offers a collection of resources made by MNI staff along with curated resources made by experts around the world. Explore an array of International Development topics such as developing an advocacy plan, deaf awareness and empowerment in a country, and how to train Deaf people to be leaders in their community!
Deaf people in developing countries experience more challenges than in high-income countries. Author Barbara Earth summarizes the literature.
This digital library of resources for deaf-blind children provides an extensive collection helpful for teachers, parents, and others.
This article can help teachers with strategies for teaching deaf children literacy skills. Some of the advice may be useful in any country.
Review the research on including Deaf children in early childhood education programs and the recommendations for program administrators.
If you are teaching your first deaf student–or your second or third–you will find this self-paced tutorial on teaching deaf students helpful.
This handbook can help teachers use projects to teach language to Deaf students. It is written by a teacher from Botswana, Neo Tshani Mafunye, who participated in a Fulbright exchange program in the U.S.
Using Mobile Applications for Advocacy Mobile phone applications can be a tool to promote disability rights, including Deaf rights. Learn how people around the world
Provides an overview of deafness in international development, and explains some of the organizations working with Deaf communities globally.
What can interpreters learn from deaf leaders’ use of sign language interpreters? Researchers interviewed 14 deaf leaders in 7 countries