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American Annals of the Deaf

September 1980 Volume 125, Number 6

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Number of articles: 5

  1. English Remediation and the Older Deaf Student: The Computer as a Tool

    David Dolman

    A language skills teacher of deaf college students offers computer based instruction as a partial solution to older deaf students' English difficulties. The approach used at Harper College (IL) is ... More

    pp. 655-61

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  2. Superimposing Visual Cues and Captions over Slides to Teach Computer Operations

    Robert H. Murray & John Sweeney

    A media package for group instruction in computer operations for deaf students is described. The package includes slides, captions stored on a filmstrip, and an illustrated workbook. The approach... More

    pp. 731-42

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  3. Microcomputers in the Service of Students and Teachers--Computer-Assisted Instruction at the California School for the Deaf: An Update

    Jacob Arcanin & Geoffrey Zawolkow

    A regional center has been established which focuses on training teachers to develop computerized lessons. The lessons are categorized and stored in a lesson library to which all teachers have... More

    pp. 807-13

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  4. A Mediated Course in Career Development

    Martin Noretsky & Roger Beach

    A multimedia course in career development for hearing impaired freshmen at Gallaudet College is described. The course, part of a five stage model, provides a teacher's guide, student notebook,... More

    pp. 826-33

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  5. Computer-Aided Instruction at the Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind

    Dennis B. Hoffmeyer

    The computer assisted instruction (CAI) center at the Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind is described in terms of scheduling; monitoring of student progress in mathematics, language, and... More

    pp. 834-40

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