Teaching Science, Engineering, and Mathematics to Deaf Students: the Role of Technology in Instruction and Teacher PreparationBy Lang, Harry G. National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY; Information Technology and Disabilities, Vol 3, No 2
Publication Date: June 1996
This article reviews and discusses the three areas research on technology for science, engineering and mathematics education for deaf students at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf at Rochester Institute of Technology. These include: 1) direct instruction in the classroom through multimedia approaches; 2) assistive device technologies for enhancing access to classroom lectures in mainstream classes; 3) the use of technology for networking in teacher preparation. Topics covered include: computer software; captioning for TV programs; computer-aided speech-to-print transcription; teacher training; the Internet. A list of references is included.
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