2004 Index by Volume and Issue Number
Volume 149, No. 1
Moores, D. F. “The Future of Education of Deaf Children: Implications of Population Projections,” [Editorial], 3–4.
Schirmer, B. R., Baily, J., & Schirmer Lockman, A. “What Verbal Protocols Reveal About the Reading Strategies of Deaf Students: A Replication Study,” 5–16.
Evans, C. J. “Literacy Development in Deaf Students: Case Studies in Bilingual Teaching and Learning,” 17–27.
Punch, R., Hyde, M., & Creed, P. A. “Issues in the School-to-Work Transition of Hard of Hearing Adolescents,” 28–38.
Flaherty, M. & Moran, A. “Deaf Signers Who Know Japanese Remember Words and Numbers More Effectively Than Deaf Signers Who Know English,” 39–45.
Steffan, Jr., R. C. “Navigating the Difficult Waters of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001: What It Means for Education of the Deaf,” 46–50.
Marschark, M., Convertino, C., McEvoy, C. & Masteller, A. “Organization and Use of the Mental Lexicon by Deaf and Hearing Individuals,” 51–61.
Kluwin, T. N., Morris, C. S., & Clifford, J. “A Rapid Ethnography of Itinerant Teachers of the Deaf,” 62–72.
Volume 149, No. 2
Johnson, H. A. “U.S. Deaf Education Teacher Preparation Programs: A Look at the Present and Vision of the Future,” 75–91.
Volume 149, No. 3
Moores, D. F. “Two Perspectives,” [Editorial], 253–254.
Easterbrooks, S. R. & Scheetz, N. A. “Applying Critical Thinking Skills to Character Education and Values Clarification With Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing,” 255–263.
Job, J. “Factors Involved in the Ineffective Dissemination of Sexuality Information to Individuals Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing,” 264–273.
Kelman, C. A. & Branco, A. U. “Deaf Children in Regular Classrooms: A Sociocultural Approach to a Brazilian Experience,” 274–280.
Lieberman, L. J., Volding, L., & Winnick, J. P. “Comparing Motor Development of Deaf Children of Deaf Parents and Deaf Children of Hearing Parents,” 281–289.
Mangrubang, F. R. “Preparing Elementary Education Majors to Teach Science Using an Inquiry-Based Approach: The Full Option Science System,” 290–303.
Volume 149, No. 4
Moores, D. F. “Documenting the Status and Academic Progress of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students: An Increasingly Complex Task,” [Editorial], 307–308.
Belcastro, F. P. “Rural Gifted Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing: How Electronic Technology Can Help,” 309–313.
Cawthon, S. W. “Schools for the Deaf and the No Child Left Behind Act,” 314–323.
Luckner, J. L. & Velaski, A. “Healthy Families of Children Who Are Deaf,” 324–335.
Mitchell, R. E. “National Profile of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students in Special Education from Weighted Results,” 336–349.
Napier, J. “Sign Language Interpreter Training,” 350–359.
Munoz-Silva, A. & Sánchez-García, M. “Maternal Distancing Strategies Toward Twin Sons, One With Mild Hearing Loss: A Case Study,” 360–369.
Volume 149, No. 5
Moores, D. F. “The Search for Magic Solutions,” [Editorial], 373–374.
Anderson, G. B. & Miller, K. R. “Appreciating Diversity Through Stories
About the Lives of Deaf People of Color,” 375–383.
De Bruin, E. & De Graaf, R. “What Do We Know About Deaf Clients After Thirteen Years of Ambulatory Health Care? An Analysis of the PsyDoN Database, 1987–1999,” 384–393.
Marshal Gentry, M., Chinn, K. M., & Moulton, R. D. “Effectiveness of Multimedia Reading Materials When Used With Children Who Are Deaf,” 394–403.
Nikolaraizi, M. & Makri, M. “Deaf and Hearing Individuals’ Beliefs About the Capabilities of Deaf People,” 404–414.
Carlsson, P.-I., Danermark, B., & Borg, E. “Marital Status and Birthrate of Deaf People in Two Swedish Countries: The Impact of Social Environment in Terms of Deaf Community,” 415–420.
Rietveld, S., Spiering, M., Rotteveel, M., & Van Beest, I. “Visual Performance of Adults With Prelingual Auditory Impairment,” 421–427.
Cawthon, S. W. “Early Elementary Curricular Alignment and Teacher Perspectives on Standards-Based Reform,” 428–435.