Ethical Considerations in Educating Children Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

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Teachers face classrooms filled with students who are culturally Deaf, hard of hearing, or post-lingually deaf; they might use American Sign Language, cochlear implants, hearing aids/FM systems, speech, Signed English, sign-supported speech, contact signing, nonverbal communication, or some combination of methods.

Educators who decide what tools are best for these children are making far-reaching ethical decisions in each case. This collection features ten chapters that work as constructive conversations to make the diverse needs of these deaf students the primary focus.

Author: Christensen, Kathee Mangan

Publisher: Gallaudet University Press

Year: 2010

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