2008 Index by Volume and Issue Number
Volume 153, No. 1
Moores, Donald, “Research on Bi-Bi Instruction,” [Editorial], 3–4.
Andrews, Jean F., “Wanted: Brains and Hearts,” [Letter to the Editor], 5.
Luckner, John L. & Handley, Michele C., “A
Summary of the Reading Comprehension
Power, Des, Hyde, Merv, & Leigh, Greg, “Learning English From Signed English: An Impossible Task?” 37–47.
Winningham, April, Gore-Felton, Cheryl, Galletly, Carol, Seal, David, & Thornton, Melanie, “Lessons Learned From More Than Two Decades of HIV/AIDS Prevention Efforts: Implications for People Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing,” 48–54.
Guardino, Caroline A., “Identification and Placement for Deaf Students With Multiple Disabilities: Choosing the Path Less Followed,” 55–64.
Arnesen, Knut, Enerstvedt, Regi T., Engen, Elizabeth A., Engen, Trygg, Høie, Grete, & Vonen, Arnfinn M., “The Linguistic Milieu of Norwegian Children with Hearing Loss,” 65–77.
Cooper, Sheryl B., Reisman, Joel I., & Watson, Douglas, “The Status of Sign Language Instruction in Institutions of Higher Education: 1994–2004,” 78–88.
Hogg, Nanette M., Lomicky, Carol S., & Weiner, Stephen F., “Computer-Mediated Communication and the Gallaudet University Community: A Preliminary Report,” 89–96.
Volume 153, No. 2
Moores, Donald, Anderson, Kelly, Ayers, Kyla, Krantz, Katelyn, Lafferty, Melanie, Locke, Amy, Huntley Smith, Anne-Michael, & Vander Weide, Ryan, “Issues and Trends in American Annals of the Deaf Publications 2001–2007,” 99–120.
Volume 153, No. 3
Moores, Donald F., “Inclusion, Itinerant Teachers, and the Pull-out Model,” [Editorial], 273–274.
Wilkens, Christian P., & Hehir, Thomas, “Deaf Education and Bridging Social Capital: A Theoretical Approach,” 275–284.
Bowen, Sandy K., “Coenrollment for Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing: Friendship Patterns and Social Interactions,” 285–293.
Donne, Vicki, & Zigmond, Naomi, “Engagement During Reading Instruction for Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing in Public Schools,” 294–303.
Slike, Samuel B., Berman, Pamela D., Kline,
Travis, Rebilas, Kathryn, & Bosch, Erin, “Providing Online Course
Opportunities for Learners Who Are Deaf, Hard of Hearing,
Kassini, Irene, “Professionalism and Coordination: Allies or Enemies?” 309–313.
Storbeck, Claudine, & Calvert-Evers, Jennifer, “Towards Integrated Practices in Early Detection of and Intervention for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children,” 314–321.
Dolman, David, “College and University Requirements for Teachers of the Deaf at the Undergraduate Level: A Twenty-Year Comparison,” 322–327.
Scheetz, Nanci A., & Martin, David S., “National Study of Master Teachers in Deaf Education: Implications for Teacher Education,” 328–343.
Volume 153, No. 4
Moores, Donald F., “Improving Academic Achievement: Can a Response-to-Intervention (RTI) Model Help?” [Editorial], (4), 347–348.
Bisol, Cláudia Alquati, Sperb, Tania Mara, Brewer, Toye H., Kato, Sérgio Kakuta, & Shor-Posner, Gail, “HIV/AIDS Knowledge and Health-Related Attitudes and Behaviors Among Deaf and Hearing Adolescents in Southern Brazil,” (4), 349–356.
Kamm-Larew, Deborah, Stanford, Jevetta, Greene, Robert, Heacox, Christopher, & Hodge, Warren, “Leadership Style in the Deaf Community: An Exploratory Case Study of a University President,” (4), 357–367.
Bruce, Susan, DiNatale, Patrice, & Ford, Jeremiah, “Meeting the Needs of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students With Additional Disabilities Through Professional Teacher Development,” (4), 368–375.
Sebald, Ann M., “Child Abuse and Deafness: An Overview,” (4), 376–383.
Simms, Laurene, Rusher, Melissa, Andrews, Jean F., & Coryell, Judy, “Apartheid in Deaf Education: Examining Workforce Diversity,” (4), 384–395.
Wang, Ye, Trezek, Beverly J., Luckner, John L., & Paul, Peter V., “The Role of Phonology and Phonologically Related Skills in Reading Instruction for Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing,” (4), 396–407.
Schein, Jerome D., & Miller, Maurice H., “Genetics and Deafness: Implications for Education and Life Care of Deaf Students,” (4), 408–410.
Schirmer, Barbara R., “How Effectively Are We Preparing Teacher Educators in Special Education? The Case of Deaf Education,” (4), 411–419.
Volume 153, No. 5
Moores, Donald F., “Cochlear Failures,” [Editorial], 423–424.
Cambra, Cristina, Silvestre, Núria, & Leal, Aurora, “Comprehension of Television Messages by Deaf Students at Various Stages of Education,” 425–434.
Foster, Susan, & Cue, Katie, “Roles and
Responsibilities of Itinerant Specialist Teachers of Deaf and Hard of
Hearing Students,” 435–449.
Cawthon, Stephanie W., Nichols, Sarah K., & Collier, Mike, “Facilitating Access: What Information Do Texas Postsecondary Institutions Provide on Accommodations and Services for Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing?” 450–460.
Easterbrooks, Susan R., Stephenson, Brenda H., & Gale, Elaine, “Veteran Teachers’ Use of Recommended Practices in Deaf Education,” 461–473.
Kritzer, Karen, “Families With Young Deaf Children and the Mediation of Mathematically Based Concepts Within a Naturalistic Environment,” 474–483.
Gale, Elaine, & Schick, Brenda, “Symbol-Infused Joint Attention and Language Use in Mothers with Deaf and Hearing Toddlers,” 484–503.
Mejstad, Lena, Heiling, Kerstin, & Svedin, Carl Göran, “Mental Health and Self-Image Among Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children,” 504–515.