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Communicating with Deaf Students

Advice for teachers on communicating with Deaf students, either directly or with the assistance of a sign interpreter.
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This article advises teachers on communicating with Deaf students. It includes information on how to work well with the Deaf student’s sign language interpreter or CART services. Some of the information is for university professors in the United States. But most of the advice is appropriate in other countries also.

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