2011 Index by Subject
Paul, Peter V. “A New Era: ‘What Can I Know? What Ought I to Do? What May I Hope?’”[Editorial], 3–5.
Cawthon, Stephanie. “Test Item Linguistic Complexity and Assessments for Deaf Students,” 255–269.
Paul, Peter V. “The Perils and Benefits of Assessment,” [Editorial], 339–342.
Yoon, Joong-O, & Kim, Minjeong. “The Effects of Captions on Deaf Students’ Content Comprehension, Cognitive Load, and Motivation in Online Learning,” 283–289.
Szarkowska, Agnieszka, Krejtz, Izabela, Klyszejko, Zuzanna, & Wieczorek, Anna. “Verbatim, Standard, or Edited? Reading Patterns of Different Captioning Styles Among Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and Hearing Viewers,” 363–378.
Hardonk, Stefan, Daniels, Sarah, Desnerck, Greetje, Loots, Gerrit, Van Hove, Geert, Van Kerschaver, Erwin, Sigurjónsdóttir, Hanna Björg, Vanroelen, Christopher, & Louckx, Fred. “Deaf Parents and Pediatric Cochlear Implantation: An Exploration of the Decision-Making Process,” 290–304.
Anderson, John L. “International Leaders Summit: Using Dialogue to Center the Conversation on the Education of Deaf Children and Youth in the 21st Century,” 75–86.
Lomas, Gabriel I., Nichter, Mary, & Rebecca Robles-Pina.“The Role of Counselors Serving Deaf or Hard of Hearing Students in Public Schools,” 305–319.
Wiefferink, Carin H., Vermejj, Bernadette A. M., & Uilenburg, Noëlle. “Family Counseling in the Netherlands for Turkish-Origin Parents of Deaf Children With a Cochlear Implant,”459–468.
Benedict, Kendra M., Antia, Shirin D., & Johnson, Harold. “Faculty Needs and Doctoral Preparation in Education of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students,” 35–46.
Cawthon, Stephanie W. “Education of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students and Accountability Reform: Issues for the Future,” [Invited Essay], 424–430.
Pagliaro, Claudia M., & Ansell, Ellen. “Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students’ Problem-Solving: Strategies With Signed Arithmetic Story Problems,” 438–458.
Williams, Cheri. “Promoting Vocabulary Learning in Young Children Who Are d/Deaf and Hard of Hearing: Translating Research Into Practice,” [Invited Essay], 501–508.
Mall, Sumaya, & Swartz, Leslie. “Addressing Intersections in HIV/AIDS and Mental Health: The Role of Organizations for d/Deaf and Hard of Hearing Individuals in South Africa,” 492–500.
Dijk, Rick van, Boers, Eveline, Christoffels, Ingri, & Hermans, Daan. “Directionality Effects in Simultaneous Language Interpreting: The Case of Sign Language Interpreters in the Netherlands,” 47–55.
Williams, Cheri. “Adapted Interactive Writing Instruction With Kindergarten Children Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing,” 23–34.
Ingber, Sara, & Eden, Sigal. “Enhancing Sequential Time Perception and Storytelling Ability of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children,” 391–401.
Paul, Peter V. “What’s in a Word (Label, Phrase, Term, etc.)?” [Editorial], 235–238.
Wang, Ye. “Inquiry-Based Science Instruction and Performance Literacy for Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing,” 239–254.
Paul, Peter V. “The Demise of the Caboose . . . and the Need for Word Consciousness,” [Editorial], 435–437.
Schirmer, Barbara R., Schaffer, Laura, Therrien, William J., & Schirmer, Todd N. “Reread-Adapt and Answer-Comprehend Intervention With Deaf and Hard of Hearing Readers: Effect on Fluency and Reading Achievement,” 469–475.
Li, Degao, Gao, Kejuan, Zhang, Yue, & Wu, Xueyun. “Chinese Deaf and Hard of Hearing Adolescents; Awareness of Thematic and Taxonomic Relations Among Ordinary Concepts Represented by Pictures and Written Words,” 476–491.
Golos, Debbie B., & Moses, Annie M. “Representations of Deaf Characters in Children’s Picture Books,” 270–282.
Hamilton, Harley. “Memory Skills of Deaf Learners: Implications and Applications,” 402–423.
Jackson, Carla Wood. “Family Supports and Resources for Parents of Children Who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing,” 343–362.
Myck-Wayne, Janice, Robinson, Suzanne, & Henson, Erica. “Serving and Supporting Young Children With a Dual Diagnosis of Hearing Loss and Autism: The Stories of Four Families,” 379–390.
Vogel-Walcutt, Jennifer J., Schatschneider, Christopher, & Bowers, Clint. “Social-Emotional Functioning of Elementary Aged Deaf Children: A Profile Analysis,” 6–22.
Ryan, John F. “Enhancing Our Community of Inquiry: Thoughts on Principles and Best Practices in Research With Deaf and Hard of Hearing Individuals,” [Invited Essay], 69–72.
Wang, Ye, & Paul, Peter V. “Integrating Technology and Reading Instruction With Children Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing: The Effectiveness of the Cornerstones Project,” 56–68.