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Challenges Faced by Students with Hearing Impairment in Bulawayo Urban Regular Schools

2014 Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences  
It also emerged that there was an opportunity for teachers and other stakeholders to reflect on their school and classroom practices with hearing impaired students and adopt effective strategies of managing  ...  This prompted this desktop study on problems associated with the inclusion of hearing impaired students in secondary schools.  ...  The Ideal Teaching and Learning Environment for the Hearing Impaired Learners Some established theoretical models showing the importance of environmental factors in learning have been influential in education  ... 
doi:10.5901/mjss.2014.v5n9p445 fatcat:rk6ydhg2szg23njaznkzqwy4p4

A Review on Higher Education for Hearing-Impaired Individuals

Norazah Nordin, Melor Md Yunus, Rozniza Zaharudin, Hadi Salehi, Mohd Hanafi Mohd Yasin, Mohamed Amin Embi
2015 Asian Social Science  
The higher education for the hearing-impaired individuals plays a key role in each nation's education development.  ...  ICT education is indispensable for hearing-impaired individuals because the visual display plays a critical role in helping them understand a task.  ...  Even in running software, the visual displays play a central role for the hearing-impaired individuals because only the visual displays can support them realize a task.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ass.v11n26p75 fatcat:zppoqgwyorgjtaiuxgkogeyq5y

Hearing Impairment Disability Salience in Students: Measures and Correlates with Social Acceptance in Regular Schools

2014 Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences  
Recommendations made were that the training for teachers to teach effectively in diverse classrooms needs to be taken as a priority.  ...  hearing students in the regular classrooms and their behaviour was interpreted as negative.  ...  Students with mild to moderate hearing impairment tend to receive instruction in classrooms for hearing students, with resource room support.  ... 
doi:10.5901/mjss.2014.v5n9p415 fatcat:euf56mb34zcxxg5r2jpativebi

Investigação do conhecimento de professores de escolas regulares de uma região do Distrito Federal sobre o sistema de frequência modulada

Vanessa Luisa Destro Fidêncio, Camila Almeida Costa, Ingrid Sales de Sousa, Juliana Maria Freire Espíndola Romão
2020 Audiology: Communication Research  
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS To the schools in Samambaia (DF), where data collection was carried out.  ...  System in teachers of early Do you know what the benefits of the FM System are for the hearing-impaired child in a school environment?  ...  No 24 96.0 <0.001* Yes 1 4.0 Do you know what the benefits of the FM System are for the hearing-impaired child in a school environment?  ... 
doi:10.1590/2317-6431-2019-2278 fatcat:2aztbhpa2zeydnjohfzqui2wee

ATTITUDE OF SCHOOL COMMUNITY TOWARDS THE USE OF SIGN LANGUAGE FOR INSTRUCTIONAL PURPOSE

Wondwosen Mitiku, Bizuhan Balew
2020 International journal of research in social sciences and humanities  
This study is conducted in order to assess the attitude of school community towards the use of sign language for instructional purpose in Bahir Dar town in the case of Yekatit 23 and Donaber primary school  ...  hearing impairments,and 44 students without hearing impairments were involved as sample participants.  ...  The curriculum is not flexible to meet the educational needs. It is a great challenge for the hearing impaired students to be in the regular classroom.  ... 
doi:10.37648/ijrssh.v10i04.008 fatcat:6ebcyp3wzrafphiqjtaagxxxde

Professional Education of People with Disabilities in a Digital Environment

Alexander G. Stanevskiy, Lyubov P. Khrapylina, Y.I. Dimitrienko, E.N. Grigorieva
2020 ITM Web of Conferences  
education on the example of people with hearing impairments.  ...  The technological and organizational basis for the inclusion of persons with disabilities in the educational process in the designated environment is presented, taking into account the specifics of the  ...  By the method of choosing the technological support for the formation of a digital environment, in the context of vocational education for people with hearing impairment, a specially organized information  ... 
doi:10.1051/itmconf/20203505003 fatcat:wv5l4ueeqravtpjhuts6nfcvt4

WORKING WITH PUPILS WITH HEARING IMPAIRMENTS IN AN INCLUSIVE EDUCATION: CHARACTERISTICS AND COMPEТENCES

Saša Stepanović, Jelena Živković
2020 Human Research in Rehabilitation  
Complete and adequate inclusion of children with hearing impairments in the educational system requires a reconsideration of the traditional approach and a reorganization of the whole teaching process.  ...  Hearing impairment, which belongs to the group of sensory impairments, represents a permanent lowered sensitivity to sound which can have a wide range of consequences on children's life.  ...  In the classroom, and as a part of the school community, a child with a hearing impairment is a different child, and the way other children understand and deal with the concept of difference is one of  ... 
doaj:7f5f7016c4404e29b09f5f7e687a5ea1 fatcat:kcnjcp7bb5e3fcovu3c6azveyu

DEAFSPACE DESIGN CONCEPT AS A MEANS OF SOCIALIZING STUDENTS WITH HEARING IMPAIRMENTS [chapter]

K. O. Katrichenko
2020 MODERN CULTURE STUDIES AND ART HISTORY: AN EXPERIENCE OF UKRAINE AND EU  
(to create a circle of communication and support communication, common for people with hearing impairments) and with the possibility of reorganization in the process of communication; 6) marking on vertical  ...  of communication and support communication, common for people with hearing impairments) and with the possibility of reorganization in the process of communication; 6) marking on vertical surfaces (walls  ... 
doi:10.30525/978-9934-588-72-3.11 fatcat:rv7nykdqnbhs7gmzvfksk4avpe

Overview of Assistive Technology Possibilities for Teachers to Enhance Academic Outcomes of All Students

Joseph P. Akpan Ph.D., Lawrence A. Beard Ed.D.
2013 Universal Journal of Educational Research  
It allows teachers to reach out to all children at home, in the classroom, workplace, and community through outreach programs.  ...  Despite enormous improvements in AT devices and services in American classrooms, the number of students with special needs, and the complexity of needs that they and their families experience continues  ...  Congress supported the effective use of AT in the classrooms on two fronts.  ... 
doi:10.13189/ujer.2013.010211 fatcat:nbtcndt45neqfa3nucvuen5ine

Special Education in Saudi Arabia: History and Areas for Reform

Rashed A. Aldabas
2015 Creative Education  
However, there is still a need for improvement in educating students with disabilities and in the movement toward inclusive education.  ...  The purpose of this paper is to examine and conduct a historical overview of special education in Saudi Arabia.  ...  According to Al-Kheraigi (1989) , the first special education programs formally provided in Saudi Arabia in 1958 and included services for blindness in which a blind man introduced a system to support  ... 
doi:10.4236/ce.2015.611114 fatcat:swrz3m6jcvgsxho3ahgnr23ic4

INFLUENCE OF SOCIALIZATION ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF LEARNERS WITH HEARING IMPAIRMENT AT INCLUSIVE PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN KENYA: A CASE IN THAWABU PRIMARY OF NAIROBI CITY COUNTY

Everlyne Achieng Owuor, Beatrice Bunyasi Awori, Syprine A. Otieno
2020 African journal of education and practice  
The objectives were to; establish modes of communication that promote socialization in an inclusive environment; establish strategies for boosting socialization to enhance academic performance; and establish  ...  Findings: The study found that: modes of communication among learners with hearing impairment, hearing learners and teachers create social and educational change for improvement of academic standards in  ...  In further support to social interaction as a crucial element in learning, Vygotsky (1986) argues that in a supportive, interactive environment the learner is in a much better position to advance his  ... 
doi:10.47604/ajep.1148 fatcat:ri7z6badgjhh7ov3zcg6g6hvpe

Excluded in Inclusive Schools: Experiences of Children with Disabilities, their Families and Teachers in Sri Lanka

Sudath Piyankara Abeywickrama, Inoka Kumudini Jayasinghe, Samanmali Priyanga Sumanasena
2013 Disability, CBR and Inclusive Development  
Results: Five themes emerged: attitudes, values and beliefs; support and relationships; devices and technology; natural and built environment; and services systems and policies.  ...  There is a need to design culturally compatible inclusive education models and to achieve a paradigm shift within all communities towards inclusion.  ...  Natural and Built Environment None of the classrooms were purpose built. There was no sound-proofing in classrooms for the hearing impaired students.  ... 
doi:10.5463/dcid.v24i1.172 fatcat:62cvmij7kreq5ofhmdiscf7jae

Classroom acoustics as a consideration for inclusive education in South Africa

Coralie Van Reenen, Catherine Karusseit
2017 South African Journal of Communication Disorders  
The current status does not enforce barrier-free environments in mainstream schools for children with sensory, language or learning impairments.  ...  This article sets out to prove that noise control in classrooms is a relevant, yet neglected, aspect of inclusive classroom design in South Africa and requires specific attention.Objectives: The objectives  ...  While classrooms in which hearing impaired learners are to be accommodated should have a reverberation time of close to 0.4 s (Crandell & Smaldino, 2000) , the minimum recommended reverberation time for  ... 
doi:10.4102/sajcd.v64i1.550 pmid:28893075 pmcid:PMC5843241 fatcat:fyyknrgusjettcyvtprqrxlncy

Environmental design-An expanding role in hearing rehabilitation for older adults

Raymond H. Hull
2011 Journal of rehabilitation research and development  
Frequented Community Environments Typical home environments interact with sound in a manner opposite of that found in the more reverberant environments of the community.  ...  Services in environmental design are very tangible and, in many instances, show immediate benefit to patients. Improving listening environments for hearing and communication does not require extensive  ... 
doi:10.1682/jrrd.2011.02.0032 fatcat:jcb55nvw3bbv7mbsltgdyxm5oe

Interactive technologies for children with special needs

Meryl Alper, Juan Pablo Hourcade, Shuli Gilutz
2012 Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Interaction Design and Children - IDC '12  
children with hearing impairments, and the possibly transformative potential of tangible computing.  ...  There is a growing trend in both the academic and private sectors of designing innovative interactive technologies for children.  ...  Interactive Technologies for Children with Hearing Impairments Recommendations for Participatory Design with Children with Hearing Impairments Duysburgh, Slegers & Jacobs concluded their paper with a  ... 
doi:10.1145/2307096.2307169 dblp:conf/acmidc/AlperHG12 fatcat:zex3ua46ljg5fm6zls3et7qa6a
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