Educating the Deaf: Psychology, Principles, and Practices / Edition 5

Educating the Deaf: Psychology, Principles, and Practices / Edition 5

by Donald Moores
     
 

Educating the Deaf is the authoritative, comprehensive standard-bearer in its market, offering balanced coverage of hotly contested issues, such as language acquisition vs. manual communication. The text compiles all the major home, school, and community issues that affect the education of the deaf.See more details below

Overview

Educating the Deaf is the authoritative, comprehensive standard-bearer in its market, offering balanced coverage of hotly contested issues, such as language acquisition vs. manual communication. The text compiles all the major home, school, and community issues that affect the education of the deaf.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780618042890
Publisher:
Cengage Learning
Publication date:
08/08/2000
Edition description:
5 ED
Pages:
456
Product dimensions:
7.50(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.90(d)

Meet the Author

Donald Moores is a full professor, Senior Research Scientist, and director of the Center for Studies in Education and Human Development at Gallaudet University. He received his Ph.D. in 1967 at the University of Illinois. As director of the Center for Studies in Education and Human Development, Moores oversees research in child development, mental health, reading, and secondary education as well as his own research in psycholinguistics, learning theory and deafness. He has more than 150 publications including books, monographs, chapters, articles and proceedings and has made over 80 scholarly presentations. Honors include a research travel grant to the Soviet Union and a Fulbright Fellow Award. Most recently, he has worked as Editor of the American Annals of the Deaf.

Table of Contents

Note: Each chapter begins with an Introduction and concludes with a Summary. 1. Overview: Education of the Deaf Introduction The Influence of Public Education Definitions of Terms Communication Modes and Methods of Instruction Educational Programs and Services The Deaf Community Impact of Diversity 2. Historical Perspectives: Prehistoric Times to the Twentieth Century The Ancient World The Middle Ages The Spread of Islam The Beginnings of Education of the Deaf The Twentieth Century to World War II 3. Historical Perspectives: The United States from the Eighteenth Century to World War II Early Efforts The Establishment of Schools for the Deaf The Spread of Education of the Deaf First Attempts at Oral Education and the Common School Movement in the United States The Establishment of Oral Schools in the United States in the Late Nineteenth Century Edward Miner Gallaudet and Alexander Graham Bell From 1900 to World War II—Stagnation 4. Deafness: Causes, Prevention, and Treatment Early Investigations of Causality Early Issues of Heredity and Deafness Contemporary Identified Causes of Deafness Current Developments and Projections 5. Deaf Individuals with Additional Conditions Changing Terminology Incidence Estimates Major Identified Educational Disabilities Related to Deafness Teacher Morale Modes of Communication Mild Impairments Training for Academically Low-Achieving Adults 6. Families with Deaf Members: Interpersonal Relations from Diagnosis to Adulthood The Impact of a Deaf Child on a Family Periods of Stress Facilitating Satisfactory Growth and Development The Need for Observational Data in Naturalistic Settings 7. Deafness and Cognitive Functioning The Development of Thought and Language Nineteenth-Century Views on Deafness and Thought The Assessment of Cognitive Abilities The Relationship Among Thought, Language, and Deafness Recent Developments 8. Deafness and Social-Emotional Adjustment Limitations of Research on Social-Emotional Development of Deaf Individuals Research on Personality Characteristics of Deaf Individuals The Establishment of Psychiatric and Mental Health Services for Deaf Persons The Facilitation of Optimal Development Group Counseling and the Use of Interpreters 9. American Sign Language and Manual Communication American Sign Language The Growth of the Deaf Community 10. Early Intervention, Infant, and Preschool Programs Meeting the Problems of Early Intervention: The Nineteenth Century Early Intervention, Infant, and Preschool Programs in the Twentieth Century Research on the Effectiveness of Programs The Methodology Issue ASL and Early Intervention 11. The Acquisition of English: Teaching and Training Techniques Instruction for the Development of Grammatical Structure Teaching Speech The Utilization of Residual Hearing Speech Reading 12. Literacy: The Development of Reading and Writing Reading Writing Literacy and Predictive Factors 13. Elementary and Secondary Education Educational Programs for Deaf Children Academic Achievement Educational Programs and Academic Placement Research on Academic Achievement Special Curricular Methods 14. Postsecondary Education and the Economic Status of Deaf Individuals Early Efforts Toward Postsecondary Education Investigations of the Vocational Status of Deaf Individuals Deaf Students in Colleges for Hearing Students Development of Programs for Deaf Individuals at Postsecondary Institutions for Hearing Students

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