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Educational Issues of Deaf Students

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Educational Issues of Deaf Students




Mainstreamed students- marginal bilinguals


Acceptance of Deaf Students within the Mainstream Classroom


Mainstreaming: What are your options


Consequences of Mainstreaming


Perspectives of Students


Educational Interpreters' Role and Responsibilities  


Mainstreaming from a Parent's perspective


Mainstreaming: Classroom Options


Differentiating Between Mainstream and Inclusion 


Mainstreaming and students with cochlear implants


Mainstreaming the Deaf 


Feeling Isolated in the Mainstream


Home Schooling


Homeschooling: The Pros and Cons


Homeschooling in Texas for deaf


Concerns Regarding Homeschooling Deaf Children


Another Path


Making the Decision to Homeschool 


Benefits of Home Schooling


Using Experience Books in Homeschooling to Facilitate Literacy Development


Homeschooling in Florida 


Home Education Program for Older Adults with Hearing Impairment


Common Concerns About Homeschooling 


Homeschool Option 1


Public Schools


Future pedagogy of the deaf in public schools


Public Schools


Section 504


Public School Benefits


Alone in the Mainstream 


Accommodations and Modifications for Deaf Students


General Education Classes


Classroom Achievement in Public Schools


Reading Practices for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students in Public School Settings 


Deaf Education in Public Schools


Public School Placement Options




Residential Schools


Bridging Social Capital: deaf students and networks


Residential Schools: Pros and Cons


Effects of LRE 


Alexander Graham Bell and His Oposition


Residential Schools Versus Public Schools


Residential Schools: Advantages and Disadvantages


Comparing Instructional Arrangements: Residential and Public Schools


An Argument for Residential Schools, Least Restrictive Environment, and Physical Education


American School for the Deaf 


Two ASL Students and Their Perspectives on the Benefits of Attending a Residential School


Residential Resoltions


Self Contained Classrooms 


Itinerant Teachers: professional concerns


Self Contained Classrooms: Pros and Cons


Students in Self-contained Classrooms


Self-Contained Classrooms in the Public Schools


Teacher Stress and Burnout in Deaf Education 


Self-Contained Classrooms: Advantages and Disadvantages


Educational Environment and Research on Self-Contained Classrooms


Certification Requirements of Highly Qualified Teachers in Florida


Self-Contained Classrooms: Options and Considerations for Placement


Just Like Me


Self-Contained Academic Placement


Partial Mainstreaming:


The Resource Room


Resource Rooms vs Separate Classes


Partial Mainstream and Frienship


Partially Mainstreaming at the Colorado School for the Deaf and Blind


Resource Rooms: Advantages and Disadvantages


Comparing Academic Achievement Based on Degrees of Mainstreaming


The Itinerant Teacher 


Partial Mainstreaming Considerations


The Best of Both Worlds


What is Meant by Partial Mainstreaming?




Inclusion: What is it and where did it come from 


Inclusion: Pros and Cons


Full Inclusion vs Inclusion Educational Settings 


Mainstreaming vs Inclusion


'Inclusion' Should Not Include Deaf Students: Deaf persons speak out


Inclusion: General Information


Educational Environment and Research on Inclusive Programs


Reverse Inclusion


Benefits and Limitations of Inclusion


Inclusive Learning





© Dr. Chad E. Smith,

Director of Deaf Education,



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