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“The book is recommended to anyone seeking an overview of the importance of
developing critical thinking and reasoning skills in the education of
--The Volta Review
“For researchers in the area of deafness and for practitioners working in the
field of education for deaf persons, numerous valuable materials are presented
here from top researchers.”
This groundbreaking book integrates the work of 54 contributors to the 1984 symposium on cognition, education, and deafness. It focuses on cognition and deaf students’ growth and development, problem-solving strategies, thinking processes, language development, reading methodology, measurement of potential, and intervention programs.
The synthesis of these discoveries establishes directions for new research and outlines implications for all professionals working with hearing-impaired learners.
David S. Martin is Professor/Dean Emeritus, Department of Education, Gallaudet University, Washington, DC.
ISBN 978-1-56368-149-3, 7 x 10 paperback, 248 pages, tables, references, index
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