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What can deafness teach me? by Rachel C. Patient Expert Written by Crystine Kim There are many things that we will always learn in our everyday life. But for me, my deafness has taught me many things while I was growing up.  I can’t forget these lessons [...]
Technology has changed the teaching of deaf students by Lily's Dad Patient Expert Interesting article from the National Association of State Directors of Special Education concluding that Technology has changed the teaching of deaf students
Teaching the deaf child by Val B. Patient Expert Most of you know by now that my husband and I are ALWAYS entertained by our children. Here you'll see Ms. Brook teaching her baby (notice the ear of the "child") about colors by listening...
Teaching Deaf kids ASL - fingerspelling? by Aaron Patient Expert So my 3-year-old son is rapidly learning ASL from me.  It's nothing short of amazing how he is accelerating.  One thing I haven't done much around him though is fingerspelling.  As he learns more, it becomes more difficult
Deaf or Not-Deaf: Who is the More Qualified ASL Teacher? by Jodi Cutler Del Dottore Patient ExpertHealth Maven teachers. No, she is not Deaf, but she teaches a rockin' mean introduction to ASL that is reaching... was to "go off" regarding the importance of Signing Time for hearing mothers of deaf children. Then, strangely, I took a moment to actually reflect...
Deaf or deaf? by Heather .. Patient Expert himself Deaf (with a capital D) or deaf (with a small d). Essentially, will he be able to embrace his deafness... himself deaf at all. What we do now will to a large extent determine the answer to that question. I’ ve...
Grammar pilot helping deaf people by DeafBlog Patient Expert A new approach to teaching English-language reading and writing skills to deaf people is delivering "immensely promising" results, a charity has said. Deaf Connections, is the first organisation...
Music and My Deaf Kid by Christina M. Patient Expert My Uncle Pete, teaching my little man everything there is to know about Dylan, McCartney, and Lennon.  3.5 years ago when we found out Christian was profoundly deaf, one of the greatest losses...
Deaf Children and Reading by Jodi Cutler Del Dottore Patient ExpertHealth Maven a mainstreaming course as part of his teaching credential and been given the “fact” that deaf people don’t... Reading and Deafness: One Mom’s Journey When I first found out that Neal was deaf, three things...
Ethics and Deafness -Carried Away by Technology by Jodi Cutler Del Dottore Patient ExpertHealth Maven but on teaching the deaf to listen, Allen said. Since Jorden began classes in the fall, his family and teachers...   Hmm. Your child is born deaf and you are hearing. You try to learn sign and you realize...

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