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Deaf children with additional disabilities: Listening to teachers

Researchers listen to teachers of deaf children with additional disabilities. How can teacher training programs and schools improve?
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Deaf children with additional disabilities can and do grow into successful adults with a good education. However, many teachers of deaf students have little training in how to accommodate additional disabilities. In response, the authors used surveys, focus groups, and individual interviews to listen to teachers. As a result, they summarize what they learned from the experience of teachers of deaf children with additional disabilities. Furthermore, the authors focus on teachers in primary and secondary schools in the United States. Additionally, they explain how teacher training programs and schools can improve.

This article published in the February 2016 issue of the Journal of Education and Training Studies. Meanwhile, this PDF file is partly accessible for people using screen reading software. However, it does not use bookmarks.

Also explore more resources related to deaf people with additional disabilities. Furthermore, we have resources about DeafBlind people.

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