Age Differences in the Use of Informative/Heuristic Communicative Functions in Young Children With and Without Hearing Loss Who Are Learning Spoken Language
- Box-and-whisker what? Schroeder, Brenda; Strosnider, Roberta // Teaching Exceptional Children;Jan/Feb97, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p12
Describes how middle schoolers with hearing impairments met the challenge of learning about statistics through hands-on lessons and a help with the language of mathematics in the United States. Activities used; Standards established by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics;...
- How `hip' are we when it comes to kids? Dolich, Ellen // Hearing Instruments;Mar95, p9
Focuses on the acceptance of hearing impaired children. Author's experience as mother of a hearing-impaired child; Education about hearing impairment; Launching of the `HIP Magazine' for hearing-impaired children; Features of the magazine.
- A survey of graduates of an Australian integrated auditory/oral preschool. Part II: Academic... Roberts, Susan B.; Rickards, Field W. // Volta Review;Summer94, Vol. 96 Issue 3, p207
Part II. Studies the academic achievement, utilization of support services and friendship patterns of graduates of Australian integrated oral/auditory preschool. Varying preschool experiences; Development of children's speech and language; Perceptions of their own functioning.
- Guidelines for developing oral communication skills in children with cochlear implants. Robbins, Amy McConkey // Volta Review;Nov94, Vol. 96 Issue 5, p75
Discusses speech training guidelines for children with cochlear implants. Benefits of multichannel cochlear implants; Need for interwoven auditory and speech therapy tasks; Dialogue format communication lessons; Bridging activity between structured therapy setting and unstructured real-world...
- Learning to listen with the third ear. Luterman, David // Hearing Instruments;May96, p12
Discusses how hearing professionals could improve their relationships with hearing-impaired children and their families. Value of listening to patients' feelings; Lessons learned by the author as a hearing professional.
- Sounds Good? Helping pupils hear and be heard. // Children & Young People Now;2/23/2010, p10
The article reports on the Sounds Good campaign by the National Deaf Children's Society (NDCS) in Great Britain.
- Auditory-verbal philosophy: A tutorial. Goldberg, Donald M. // Volta Review;Summer93, Vol. 95 Issue 3, p181
Focuses on the concept of auditory verbal philosophy. Auditory verbal practice principles; Rational for auditory verbal practice; Auditory verbal practice as option in education of children with severe hearing impairment.
- Reading development: A parent survey of children with hearing impairment who developed speech and... Robertson, Lyb; Flexer, Carol // Volta Review;Summer93, Vol. 95 Issue 3, p253
Surveys parents of hearing impaired children taught through the auditory verbal approach concerning their children's development. Theories in the field of language development; Language as in reading process; Number determination of children taught under the auditory verbal approach.
- Academic learning in an integrated setting for hearing-impaired students--A description of an... Walker, Lynette M. // Volta Review;Summer93, Vol. 95 Issue 3, p295
Features the Hearing Unit of hearing impaired students at Yarra Valley Anglican School in Victoria, Australia. Years in operation; Proportion of perlingually hearing impaired enrollers; School integration policy; Standards of achievement.