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The author of this article explains how early intervention services can support families in learning sign language.
The authors of this article argue that policies should promote sign language for all Deaf children, with or without cochlear implants.
The study examines whether a bilingual English/ASL education helps Deaf students learn and do well in school.
A study in the Netherlands analyzed the reading skills of Deaf children who sign. Children with better signing skills had better reading skills.
Research on Deaf children says that learning sign language early improves language skills and literacy. This summarizes 20 years of research.
Este artigo é sobre educação bilingue para surdos na província de Huíla-Lubango-Angola. (Em portuguesa e Língua de sinais de Angola)
This article describes research about deafness and communication skills in Mongolia and Nepal. It tells the stories of deaf children growing.
The authors of this article say that most codes of ethics for researchers do not address ethical issues for research with Deaf communities.
This video on deaf and hard of hearing students describes some of the challenges that they experience in school and how teachers can help.
Describes two case studies of assistive technology in education in Bangladesh and Tanzania and guides governments in how to help.
Explains how one library in the United States provides services to people with disabilities with examples of technology that can help.
How teachers can choose what assistive technology to use with deaf students who have additional disabilities.
Guides teachers in deciding among options for assistive technology for deaf students in the classroom.
This listing of resources on assistive technology for children with disabilities is a good starting point for finding many materials.
This resource collection on educating deaf children has materials for teachers and other professionals who work with deaf children.
This digital library of resources for deaf-blind children provides an extensive collection helpful for teachers, parents, and others.
Provides publications, website links, PowerPoint slides, and other resources on assistive technologies for deaf-blind children.
Guides governments in improving policies and services to provide assistive technology in education to children with disabilities.
Provides guidance for enabling Deaf students to succeed in university, with explanation of different technologies that can help.
Deaf schools in Russia and the United States collaborate in a project improving literacy through software and sign language.
Learn strategies for teaching and communicating with Deaf university students in the same classroom with hearing students.
This manual on sign language work explains strategies for doing successful sign language work and some of the issues to think about.
This article explains what strategies were most successful in teaching deaf dancers how to dance, including visual demonstration.
Explains how teachers can help deaf and hard of hearing students learn, play, and enjoy music in the same classroom with hearing students.
Teachers can use different types of multimedia materials for deaf students to make content accessible for them.
Some teachers now view deaf students as a linguistic and cultural minority. They use a bilingual approach to teaching deaf children.
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.
This study looks at different ways that U.S. educators assess the skills of deaf and hard of hearing students.
The website, Raising Deaf Kids, is for parents of deaf children. Learn how to communicate with your child and how they will grow.
The book as a whole explains technology for students with disabilities in general. Chapter 4 focuses on assistive learning technologies with deaf students.