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2000 Index by Subject

Cochlear Implants

Easterbrooks, S. R., & Mordica, J.A. (2000). Teachers' Ratings of Functional Communication in Students with Cochlear Implants. 145(1), 54-59.

Hayes, M. (2000). Praise for "Our Decision on a Cochlear Implant." [Letter to the Editor] 145(5), 389.

Kluwin, T. N., & Stewart, D.A. (2000). Cochlear Implants for Younger Children: A Preliminary Description of the Parental Decision Process and Outcomes. 145(1), 26-32.

Peters, E. (2000). Our Decision on a Cochlear Implant. 145(3), 263-276.

Communication Strategies

Akamatsu, C.T., Stewart, D.A., & Becker, B.J. (2000). Documenting English Syntactic Development in Face-to-Face Communication. 145(5), 452-463.

Sign Language

Mayer, C., & Akamatsu, C.T. (2000).  Deaf Children Creating Written Texts: Contributions of American Sign Language and Signed Forms of English. 145(5), 394-403.

Reeves, J.B., Newell, W., Holcomb, B.R., & Stinson, M. (2000). The Sign Language Skills Classroom Observation: A Process for Describing Sign Language Proficiency in Classroom Settings. 145(4), 315-341.

Takala, M., Kuusela, J., & Takala, E.-P. "A Good Future for Deaf Children": A Five-Year Sign Language Intervention Project. 145(4), 366-374.

Deaf Identity

Bat-Chava, Y. (2000). Diversity of Deaf Identities. 145(5), 420-428.

Early Identification/Intervention

Magnuson, M. (2000). Infants with Congenital Deafness: On the Importance of Early Sign Language Acquisition. 145(1), 6-14.


Berent, G.P., Samar, V.J., & Parasnis, I. (2000). College Teachers' Perceptions of English Language Characteristics that Identify English Language Learning Disabled Deaf Students. 145(4), 342-358.

Knoors, H., & Renting, B. (2000). Measuring the Quality of Education: The Involvement of Bilingually Education Deaf Children. 145(3), 268-274.

LaSasso, C., & Wilson, A. (2000). Results of Two National Surveys of Leadership Personnel Needs in Deaf Education. 145(5), 429-435.

Moores, D.F. (2000). How's That Again? [Editorial]. 145(1), 3.

Moores, D.F. (2000). Everything Is Connected [Editorial]. 145(4), 299-300.

Moores, D.F. (2000). Topics of Importance, 1996 to 2000 [Editorial]. 145(5), 387.

Schroedel, J.G., & Geyer, P.D. (2000).  Long-Term Career Attainments of Deaf and Hard of Hearing College Graduates: Results from a 15-Year Follow-Up Survey. 145(4), 303-314.

Siegel, L. (2000). The Educational and Communication Needs of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children: A Statement of Principle on Fundamental Educational Change. 145(2), 64-77.


Berman, B.A., Edkhardt, E.A., Kleiger, H.B., Wong, G., Lipton, D.S., Bastani, R., & Barkin, S. (2000). Developing a Tobacco Survey for Deaf Youth. 145(3), 245-255.

Smith, S.M., Kress, T.A., & Hart, W.M. (2000). Hand-Wrist Disorders Among Sign Language Communicators. 145(1), 22-25.

Legal Issues

McCrone, W.P. (2000). Legal Rights: The Guide for Deaf and Hard of Hearing People [5th Edition] by The National Association for the Deaf, Gallaudet University Press, Washington, D.C. 6/2000 [Media Review]. 145(1), 4-5.

Multicultural Issues

Flaherty, M. (2000).  Memory in the Deaf: A Cross-Cultural Study in English and Japanese. 145(3), 237-244.

Rodda, M., & Eleweke, C.J. (2000). Deafness and Ethnicity: Services, Policy and Politics by Waqar Ahmad, Aliya Darr, Lesley Jones, and Gohar Nisa. The Policy Press, University of Bristol, 1998. [Media Review]. 145(4), 301-302.

Parents and Families

Eleweke, C.J., & Rodda, M. (2000). Factors Contributing to Parents' Selection of a Communication Mode to Use with Their Deaf Children. 145(4), 375-383.

Hintermair, M. (2000). Hearing Impairment, Social Networks, and Coping: The Need for Families with Hearing Impaired Children to Relate to Other Parents and Hearing Impaired Adults. 145(1), 41-53.

Morton, D.D. (2000). Beyond Parent Education: The Impact of Extended Family Dynamics in Deaf Education. 145(4), 359-365.

Teachers and Training

Guteng, S.I., Tracy, T., & Chappell, B. (2000). Developmental Practicum Experiences of Preservice Teachers in Deaf Education: Implications for Practicum Placement and Faculty-Student Collaborative Research.  145(5), 411-419.

Martin, D.S., & Lytle, R.R. (2000).  Deaf Teacher Candidates in Hearing Classrooms: A Unique Teacher Preparation Program.  145(1), 15-21.

Miller, K.J. (2000). Welcome to the Real World: Reflections on Teaching and Administration. 145(5), 404-410.

Roberson, J.L. & Serwatka, T.S. (2000).  Student Perceptions and Instructional Effectiveness of Deaf and Hearing Teachers. 145(3), 256-262.

Schroedel, J.G. (2000).  Educators Serving Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students Fortunate to Have Journal of Annals' Quality. [Letter to the Editor] 145(5), 388.


Jensema, C.J., Danturthi, R.S., & Burch, R. (2000).  Time Spent Viewing Captions on Television Programs. 145(5), 464-468.

Jensema, C.J., Sharkawy, S.E., Danturthi, R.S., Burch, R., and Hsu, D. (2000).  Eye Movement Patterns of Captioned Television Viewers.. 145(3), 275-285.

Passig, D., & Eden, S. (2000).  Improving Flexible Thinking in Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children with Virtual Reality Technology. 145(3), 286-291.

Testing and Screening

Chaleff, C., & Toranzo, N. (2000).  Helping our Students Meet the Standards Through Test Preparation Classes. 145(1), 33-40.

Moores, D.F. (2000). High Stakes Testing: Are the Stakes Too High? [Editorial] 145(3), 235.

Randall, K., McAnally, P., Rittenhouse, B., Russell, D., & Sorensen, G. (2000). High Stakes Testing: What Is At Stake? [Letter to the Editor]. 145(5), 390-393.

The Annual Survey

Siegel, L. (2000). The Educational and Communication Needs of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children: A Statement of Principle on Fundamental Educational Change. 145(2), 64-77.