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Glue Ear is a common childhood condition which causes intermittent hearing loss. It is highly prevalent in children under 7 years, but is rarely discussed in teacher training. It is well understood in a medical rather than an educational context. Most of the research has been quantitative, by healthcare professionals seeking to understand and identify any potential long term effects. This has led to a focus on the 'ears' of the young person rather than the whole person in a life context, theirdoi:10.17863/cam.40962 fatcat:4uadpbcujfekllduuu6aup6thu