3 edition of A notetaking procedure for deaf students in regular classes found in the catalog.
A notetaking procedure for deaf students in regular classes
by National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, N.Y
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 15.
|Statement||E. Ross Stuckless.|
|Contributions||National Technical Institute for the Deaf. Division of Research & Training.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||17 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||17|
The instructor may not know that notetaking is needed without this Accommodation Letter. Students must also complete and return in the gold Notetaking Support form given to them by DSS. This form confirms the classes in which the student is requesting notetaking support. Regular attendance is . Livescribe dot paper uses regular paper printed with a unique pattern of tiny microdots. Upload procedure is easy and software design is great. I am Deaf aa college student with severe diabetes arthritis and papers was a project that hurt and was harder than the 5 to 10 pg reports this has been a blessing to me I am able.
Assistive Notetaking Device (AND): When students have limited use of their hands, vision, or have other mobility limitations, special items can be used to facilitate note taking during seminars and lectures. Such devices can include recording devices, laptop computers and “smart pens” that can upload lectures to a computer. Students who are deaf and hard of hearing and who have one or more additional disabilities (e.g., intellectual disability, deaf-blindness, emotional disability, learning disability, orthopedic impairment, and/or autism) may require placement and/or services from other categorical special education programs.
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hearing) × 2 (lecture: soil mechanics vs. visual perception) ANCOVA indicated no effect of lecture, but hearing students learned significantly more from the lectures than their deaf peers (over 30% more), even when prior knowledge was controlled, F(1, ) =MS e = (see Table 1).In order to examine differences among the deaf students as a function of Cited by: Graduation patterns were examined for deaf students () at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf.
Students with higher reading and language skills had the best overall. performance difference between deaf and hearing students, although deaf students’ K–12 academic preparation certainly influences their readiness to benefit from college-level instruction.
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