A Free hand: enfranchising the education of deaf children
T.J. Publishers, 1992 - Education - 204 pages
Based on the proceedings of a 1990 symposium on the educational uses of ASL, A Free Hand presents papers by prominent educators, researchers and linguists on the changing role of American Sign Language in the classroom.
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Working Toward Change A Program and a Study
What Do We Know and When Did We Know It
Toward Effective Classroom Use of ASL
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