Cognition, Education, and Deafness: Directions for Research and Instruction

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David S. Martin
Gallaudet University Press, 2003 - Education - 232 pages
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Contents

Introduction
2
The Challenge
16
Play Behaviors of Deaf and Hearing Children
27
Analysis
34
Related Educational and Research Issues
41
Analysis
59
The Development and Use of Memory Strategies
66
The Role of Inference in Effective Communication
73
A ChildComputerTeacher Interactive Method
124
Related Educational and Research Issues
132
Application of Feuersteins Mediated Learning
141
LPAD Applications to Deaf Populations
148
Analysis
156
Related Educational and Research Issues
165
Can Thinking Skills Be Incorporated
168
Enhancing Cognitive Performance in the
176

Analysis
79
Application of Ausubels Theory of Meaningful
84
Linguistic Encoding and AdultChild
91
Analysis
100
Where Deaf Readers
108
Information Processing and Reading Achievement
115
LOGO Instruction for LowAchieving
184
Related Educational and Research Issues
200
A Synthesis from Beyond the Field of Deafness
209
Reactions from the Practitioners Point of View
222
Index
229
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David S. Martin is Professor/Dean Emeritus in the Department of Education at Gallaudet University, Washington, DC.

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