Diversity in deaf education by Marc Marschark, Venetta Lampropoulou, Emmanouil K. Skordilis

By Marc Marschark, Venetta Lampropoulou, Emmanouil K. Skordilis

Schooling for deaf inexperienced persons has undergone major alterations in contemporary many years, and the wishes of many have replaced significantly. in the meantime, the inhabitants of deaf beginners in simple terms has turn into extra different. This quantity adopts a wide, foreign viewpoint, taking pictures the complexities and commonalities within the improvement of deaf learners.

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For example, in England, “Stir up Sunday” (the last Sunday before Advent) was always the time when whole families would come together to make their Christmas pudding, sharing ingredients, with each taking a stir and making a wish (Lemm, 2015). The making of a good pudding requires the emotional and social support of others to ensure the best shared outcome. , 2013) and the JCIH principles and guidelines both identify the importance of assistive technologies not only to enhance access to communication, but also to be used as an educational and social–​emotional support avenue for families.

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