Educating the Deaf Psychology, Principles, and Practices

ISBN-10: 061804289X

ISBN-13: 9780618042890

Edition: 5th 2001

Authors: Donald F. Moores

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This volume is an authoritative and comprehensive text covering all aspects of this topic. It includes subjects such as language acquisition, current advances in medical technology and ways in which technology can assist deaf students.
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List price: $324.95
Edition: 5th
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: CENGAGE Learning
Publication date: 8/8/2000
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 456
Size: 7.75" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.178
Language: English

Note: Each chapter begins with an Introduction and concludes with a Summary
Overview: Education of the Deaf
The Influence of Public Education
Definitions of Terms
Communication Modes and Methods of Instruction
Educational Programs and Services
The Deaf Community
Impact of Diversity
Historical Perspectives: Prehistoric Times to the Twentieth Century
The Ancient World
The Middle Ages
The Spread of Islam
The Beginnings of Education of the Deaf
The Twentieth Century to World War II
Historical Perspectives: The United States from the Eighteenth Century to World War II
Early Efforts
The Establishment of Schools for the Deaf
The Spread of Education of the Deaf
First Attempts at Oral Education and the Common School Movement in the United States
The Establishment of Oral Schools in the United States in the Late Nineteenth Century
From 1900 to World War II--Stagnation
Deafness: Causes, Prevention, and Treatment
Early Investigations of Causality
Early Issues of Heredity and Deafness
Contemporary Identified
Causes of Deafness
Current Developments and Projections
Deaf Individuals with Additional Conditions
Changing Terminology Incidence
Estimates Major Identified Educational Disabilities
Related to Deafness Teacher Morale
Modes of Communication
Mild Impairments
Training for Academically Low-Achieving Adults
Families with Deaf Members: Interpersonal Relations from Diagnosis to Adulthood
The Impact of a Deaf Child on a Family Periods of Stress
Facilitating Satisfactory Growth and Development
The Need for Observational Data in Naturalistic Settings
Deafness and Cognitive Functioning
The Development of Thought and Language
Nineteenth-Century Views on Deafness and Thought
The Assessment of Cognitive Abilities
The Relationship Among Thought, Language, and Deafness
Recent Developments
Deafness and Social-Emotional Adjustment
Limitations of Research on Social-Emotional Development of Deaf Individuals
Research on Personality
Characteristics of Deaf Individuals
The Establishment of Psychiatric and Mental Health Services for Deaf Persons
The Facilitation of Optimal Development
Group Counseling and the Use of Interpreters
American Sign Language and Manual Communication
American Sign Language
The Growth of the Deaf Community
Early Intervention, Infant, and Preschool Programs
Meeting the Problems of Early Intervention: The Nineteenth Century
Early Intervention, Infant, and Preschool Programs in the Twentieth Century
Research on the Effectiveness of Programs
The Methodology Issue
ASL and Early Intervention
The Acquisition of English: Teaching and Training Techniques
Instruction for the Development of Grammatical Structure
Teaching Speech
The Utilization of Residual Hearing
Speech Reading
Literacy: The Development of Reading and Writing
Reading Writing Literacy and Predictive Factors
Elementary and Secondary Education
Educational Programs for Deaf Children
Academic Achievement
Educational Programs and Academic Placement
Research on Academic Achievement
Special Curricular Methods
Postsecondary Education and the Economic Status of Deaf Individuals
Early Efforts Toward Postsecondary Education
Investigations of the Vocational Status of Deaf Individuals
Deaf Students in Colleges for Hearing Students
Development of Programs for Deaf Individuals at Postsecondary Institutions for Hearing Students
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