Education of Deaf Children Comparison Essay by The Research Group

Education of Deaf Children
Compares mainstream & special classrooms. Examined in terms of socialization, laws, teaching styles and development of communication skills.
# 12204 | 1,350 words | 6 sources | 1996 | US
Published on Jun 01, 2003 in Education (Curriculum) , Education (Special)


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"Mainstreaming verses Self-Contained Classrooms
Children who are deaf or hard of hearing can usually be placed into regular classrooms with support services. The degree of extra attention and special services a child needs varies from slight to a full time interpreter. The Individual's with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) gives every child the right to be educated in the least restrictive environment. This has led to a larger number of children being mainstreamed into regular classrooms. For hearing impaired children who are being taught oral communication, mainstreaming is absolutely the best placement for their education as soon as they are able to understand and be understood. Children with hearing impairments who are only being taught manual communication methods might be better placed in an auditorily handicapped classroom where manual.."

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