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Self-Contained Classrooms: Advantages and Disadvantages

Page history last edited by Jillian Ravnell 14 years, 8 months ago

Self-Contained Classrooms: Advantages and Disadvantages

 

Self-Contained Classrooms are also provided in public school settings for deaf/HH children.  It is a classroom that contains deaf students and highly trained professionals in the field of deaf education.  Advantages of self-contained classrooms consist of students receiving instruction in the same communication form as fellow peers.  These communication forms may be a sign system or oral English.  However, since self-contained classrooms are located in public schools they may not contain visuals for deaf/HH students.  Therefore, this may be considered a disadvantage because schools may not have TTY access, visual-paging systems, and emergency flashers. 

Reference

2006 March. Deaf Education: Learning Environments. Retrieved July 2, 2009 from

     http://www.deaflinx.com/DeafEd/OPtionsGuide/LearningEnvironments. html.

 

Published by Jillian Ravnell on July 3, 2009

 

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