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Veröffentlicht am Sa, den 18.06.2016

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Huawei gives smartphones to pupils of Uganda School for Deaf-Ntinda - New Vision

This was during MTN's 10th edition of the 21 days of Y'ello Care; a staff volunteerism project that aims at continuing to improve acccess to education, particularly through the digitisation of teaching and learning in the countries where the telecoms ... [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Technik Bildung

Veröffentlicht am Fr, den 17.06.2016

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Vietnam: Innovations Help Deaf Children Better Prepare for Formal Schooling - World Bank Group

Vietnamese Deaf children shares their dreams of becoming teachers, doctors, or painters. Learning sign language at the early stage of life help them to develop their full potential and pursue their dreams. [...] weiter »

Veröffentlicht am Do, den 09.06.2016

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St Theresa's sign language effort recognised - The Dominion Post

St Theresa's School in Plimmerton has won an award for promoting New Zealand Sign Language, after only including it in curriculum at the beginning of this year. A deaf pupil began in the new entrants class in term 1, and sign language is needed to communicate with him. The school received the New Zealand Sign Language in Schools award at the national sign language awards on May 14. [...] weiter »

Veröffentlicht am Fr, den 03.06.2016

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Conference Celebrates Unprecedented High Literacy Rates Among Deaf Children - PR Newswire (press release)

Top international researchers as well as visitors from around the United States, will converge at the 50th Anniversary of Cued Speech Conference, which celebrates the enormous success at increasing literacy among students who are deaf/hard of hearing since Cued Speech was invented a half century ago. [...] weiter »

Veröffentlicht am Do, den 02.06.2016

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Wānanga celebrates their Māori sign language graduates - Māori Television

Nearly 4,000 students from Te Wānanga o Aotearoa will graduate over the next 3 days including the wānangas only Māori sign language cohort who received their certificates today. [...] weiter »

Veröffentlicht am Fr, den 27.05.2016

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Why deaf people are 'in your face!' - The Age

Being deaf in rural Australia often means almost never coming into contact with people who are like you. Kristy Serafin, who travels in the Yass and Goulburn regions teaching deaf children, points out that her main job is to help her students socialise ... [...] weiter »

Veröffentlicht am Mi, den 25.05.2016

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11-year-old boy who was born deaf among nation's top spellers - CBS News

Making it to the Scripps National Spelling Bee is an amazing achievement for any kid, but for 11-year-old Neil Maes, being born deaf made his journey especially unlikely. After receiving cochlear implants in both ears as a baby, he had to train his brain to understand spoken words. It took countless hours of speech therapy. [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Bildung Jugend

Veröffentlicht am Di, den 24.05.2016

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Owner and deaf dog to change focus - Brush News-Tribune

Eric Melvin of Greeley didn't expect that taking his deaf dog, Angelyne, to the Paws on the Promenade in 2007 would launch a career, a passion and worldwide recognition. Their win in the dog talent show led to the creation of "Eric & Angelyne, The Amazing Deaf Cattle Dog," a full trick demonstration tied to inspirational messages, entertainment and character education. ...Angelyne responds to 63 different cues that include hand signals, touch, lights, body language, facial expressions and vibrations. She can sit, lie down, wait and stand. She can catch balls, do jumping tricks and wait with a treat on her nose and flip it into her mouth. [...] weiter »

Veröffentlicht am Mo, den 23.05.2016

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St. Louis woman gets doctorate in audiology to help deaf son - Belleville News-Democrat

Carmen Valero-Aracama already had one advanced degree. She got another one for the simple reason that she wants a better understanding of her child. Valero-Aracama earned a doctorate in horticulture years ago. This week, she was among 3,000 students who graduated from Washington University in St. Louis, earning a doctorate in audiology. It has special meaning because her 10-year-old son, Luca Bostick-Valero, is deaf. Read more here: http://www.bnd.com/news/article79162537.html#storylink=cpy [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Bildung Erziehung

Veröffentlicht am Do, den 19.05.2016

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Deaf students need more help - Radio New Zealand

About 4000 New Zealanders are deaf and 20,000 people use sign language everyday in this country. Student Georgia Urlich is one of 10 deaf students at Kelston Girl's College in Auckland. It is one of nine schools involved with the Kelston Deaf Education ... [...] weiter »

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Ghana to house first African Deaf University - Starr 103.5 FM

The first ever University for the Deaf in Africa is to be constructed in Ghana to simplify education and communication in sign language on the continent. The University, which is expected to be operational in about two years, will be situated on the Techiman campus of the Valley View University in the Brong Ahafo region. [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Bildung Wissenschaft

Veröffentlicht am Fr, den 13.05.2016

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LU Deaf Studies and Deaf Education awarded $1.25M grant - Texas Examiner

The U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Special Education Programs has awarded a $1.25 million grant to the Department of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education at Lamar University. The focus of the grant is to prepare teachers for deaf and hard of hearing students in kindergarten through 12th grade who have additional disabilities. [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Bildung Wissenschaft

Veröffentlicht am Do, den 12.05.2016

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Deaf children missing out on early years support - Nursery World (subscription)

The NDCS launch of the Right From The Start campaign for better quality early years support for families of deaf babies, coincides with the ten-year anniversary of the newborn hearing screening programme and looks at its impact on services and outcomes ... [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Bildung Erziehung

Veröffentlicht am Mi, den 11.05.2016

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Def Leppard agrees to meet Arkansas' Deaf Leopards at North Little Rock show - Arkansas Online

Def Leppard will meet the Deaf Leopards on Wednesday, marking the end of a successful petition for the British rock band to show support for the Arkansas School for the Deaf. [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Bildung Soziales Kultur
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Polytechnic staff and students to learn basic sign language - Scoop.co.nz

Otago Polytechnic has partnered with Deaf Aotearoa to teach students and staff some basic sign language, in recognition of Sign Language Week. It’s also the 10th anniversary of sign language becoming New Zealand’s third official language. [...] weiter »

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