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The Role of the Educational Interpreter

Perceptions of Administrators and Teachers

While educational interpreting has been studied for decades, the research has historically focused on the tasks educational interpreters are engaged in during their work day. In The Role of the Educational ...

Language, Power, and Resistance

Mainstreaming Deaf Education

The current policy of educating d/Deaf and h/Hard of hearing (DHH) students in a mainstream setting, rather than in the segregated environments of deaf schools, has been portrayed as a positive step ...

A Constant Struggle

Deaf Education in New South Wales Since World War II

Deaf education in New South Wales has made tremendous progress since the end of World War II, yet issues remain for students from their early years of education through secondary high school. Naomi Malone ...

More Than Meets the Eye

Revealing the Complexities of an Interpreted Education

Sign language interpreters often offer the primary avenue of access for deaf and hard of hearing students in public schools. More than 80% of all deaf children today are mainstreamed, and few of their ...

Ears, Eyes, and Hands

Reflections on Language, Literacy, and Linguistics

Ears, Eyes, and Hands presents the author’s reflections on language, literacy, and linguistics that have been shaped by her deafness and by her work as an educator. In short, engaging narratives, Deborah ...

Case Studies in Deaf Education

Inquiry, Application, and Resources

Case Studies in Deaf Education provides comprehensive materials that will prepare prospective teachers to work with the diverse spectrum of students who are d/Deaf and hard of hearing (d/Dhh) and empower ...

El Jardín Silencioso

Una guía para los padres para criar a un niño sordo

Durante más de treinta años, The Silent Garden les ha ofrecido a los padres de niños sordos todo el apoyo y la información imparcial que necesitan para que sus hijos desarrollen su pleno potencial. ...

Shifting the Dialog, Shifting the Culture

Pathways to Successful Postsecondary Outcomes for Deaf Individuals

In this volume, Stephanie W. Cawthon and Carrie Lou Garberoglio discuss the individual and systemic factors that both facilitate and inhibit the attainment of postsecondary education, training, and career ...

Deaf Epistemologies, Identity, and Learning

A Comparative Perspective

Goedele A. M. De Clerck presents cross-cultural comparative research that examines and documents where deaf flourishing occurs and how it can be advanced. She spotlights collective and dynamic resources ...

The Silent Garden

A Parent’s Guide to Raising a Deaf Child

Third Edition

For over 30 years, The Silent Garden has offered parents of deaf children the support and unbiased information needed to fully realize their children’s potential. This completely revised third edition ...