PROCEEDINGS OF ICED 2015

Book of Abstracts

 

Cochlear implants
Early intervention and parenting
Instruction, curriculum and educational environments
Language and literacy
Learning and Cognition
Lifelong learning, and quality of life
Social-emotional functioning and mental health
Teacher education
Technology

 

Cochlear implants

 Carol Convertino, Georgianna Borgna, Marc Marschark, Andreana Durkin

WORD AND WORLD KNOWLEDGE AMONG DEAF LEARNERS WITH AND WITHOUT COCHLE­AR IMPLANTS

Leo De Raeve

CURRENT TRENDS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR EDUCATION AND HABILITATION OF DEAF LEARNERS USING COCHLEAR IMPLANTS

Dimitrios G. Drakos

ETHICS CORNERED: DILEMMAS OF THE DEAF COMMUNITY AS A MINORITY PARADIGM ON THE COCHLEAR IMPLANT TECHNOLOGY DEBATE

Esther Goldblat, Tova Most

CULTURAL IDENTITY OF IMPLANTED YOUNG ADULTS IN COMPARISON TO DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING YOUNG ADULTS

Christy Mae Neria

EMERGING ADULTS WITH COCHLEAR IMPLANTS: THEIR EXPERIENCES AND LIFEWORLDS

Ioanna Talli, Areti Okalidou, Miltiadis Tsalighopoulos

THE ROLE OF SHORT-TERM MEMORY IN THE VOCABULARY OF CHILDREN WITH COCHLEAR IMPLANTS

 

Early intervention and parenting

Marieke Bruin, Stein Erik Ohna

LISTENING TO PARENTS’ VOICES: ON THE USE OF NARRATIVE ANALYSIS IN RESEARCH ON FOLLOW-UP AFTER CI

Carin Roos, Kerstin W. Falkman

CHILDREN’S AND PARENTS’ VISUAL-TACTILE BEHAVIOURS FOR GETTING AND SUSTAINING ATTENTION IN DEAF FAMILIES WITH DEAF INFANTS - 0 - 18 MONTHS

Ana Cristina Guarinello, Débora Pereira Cláudio, Priscila Soares Vidal Festa, Giselle Mas­si, Ana Paula Berberian

SPEECH LANGUAGE THERAPY BILINGUAL CLINIC: A THERAPEUTICALLY PROPOSAL WITH DEAF INDIVIDUALS

Daniel Holzinger, Christine Yoshinaga-Itano, Gwen Carr

INTERNATIONAL CONSENSUS ON BEST PRACTICE IN FAMILY-CENTRED EARLY INTERVEN­TION: FROM PHILOSOPHY TO REALITY

T. Alan Hurwitz, Vicki T. Hurwitz

CREATING A LANGUAGE-RICH ENVIRONMENT FOR A DEAF LEARNER: THE EXPERIENCES OF TWO DEAF PARENTS OF DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING CHILDREN

Rie Inoue, Keiko Suzuki

HEARING AID FITTING AND HABILITATION FOLLOWING NEWBORN HEARING SCREENING: A FOLLOW-UP STUDY ON NICU INFANTS

Elizabeth Levesque

PARENTS’ SENSITIVITY TO THEIR DEAF CHILDREN’S DIVERSE COMMUNICATION NEEDS

Theoni Mavrogianni, Venetta Lampropoulou

FATHERS INVOLVEMENT WITH THEIR DEAF CHILDREN: A COMPARISON WITH FATHERS OF CHILDREN WITH AUTISM AND FATHERS OF CHILDREN WITH MENTAL DISABILITY

Michelle Milnes

GROUP BASED SUPPORT AND PARENT EDUCATION IN EARLY INTERVENTION: SUPPORTING THE UNIQUE NEEDS OF PARENTS WITH CHILDREN DIAGNOSED WITH HEARING LOSS

Michael M Ndurumo, Mariska van Zanten, Kika Meereboer

EFFECTS OF A DEAF ROLE MODELS DOCUMENTARY FILM ON ATTITUDES OF PARENTS TO­WARDS EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES OF THEIR CHILDREN: A CASE OF KENYA

Liana Price, Charlotte Enns, Lynn McQuarrie

RESOURCES FOR PARENTS: FACILITATING VISUAL LANGUAGE ACQUISITION

Irene E. Spanaki, Emmanouil K. Skordilis, Venetta Lambropoulou

PSYCHOMOTOR TRAINING ON COGNITIVE AND MOTOR SKILLS OF KINDERGARTEN DEAF STUDENTS

Keiko Suzuki, Rie Inoue

HEARING AID FITTING AND HABILITATION FOLLOWING NEWBORN HEARING SCREENING: A FOLLOW-UP STUDY ON WELL-BABY NURSERY INFANTS

Edyta Tominska, Katarzyna Bieńkowska, Małgorzata Zaborniak-Sobczak

WHAT WE KNOW AND WHAT WE DON’T KNOW ABOUT EARLY-DEVELOPPEMENTAL SUP­PORT AND EDUCATION OF DHH CHILDREN IN FIVE EUROPEAN COUNTRIES

Emmie Wienhoven

WORKING TOWARDS STRONG PARENT INVOLVEMENT IN UGANDA, WHAT NEEDS TO CHANGE

 

Instruction, curriculum and educational environments

Boaz Ahad Ha’am

DEAF EDUCATION AND POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY: TOWARD EDUCATIONAL AGENCY

Katerina Antonopoulou, Kika Hadjikakou, Giota Themistocleous, Maria Kotete

REFERENTIAL COMMUNICATION OF DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING CHILDREN ATTENDING PRE-PRIMARY AND PRIMARY SCHOOLS

Paula Brown, Susan Foster, Patricia A. Mudgett-DeCaro, Lasse S Lorentzon, Henrika Majer Lorentzon, Kika Hadjikakou, Venetta Lampropoulou, Andrea Perlusz

A LONGITUDINAL LOOK AT DEAF EDUCATION POLICY AND CHANGE IN SWEDEN, GREECE, CYPRUS, AND HUNGARY: SIMILARITIES, DIFFERENCES, AND CROSS-COUNTRY INFLUENCES

Alim Chandani

ASSESSING THE QUALITY AND HEALTHINESS OF HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS IN INDIA FOR DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING STUDENTS

Goedele A.M. De Clerck

MOVING TOWARDS EDUCATIONAL PARTNERSHIP IN THE AGE OF IDENTITY AND DIVERSITY

Regina Maria de Souza, Gladis Perlin, Santa Catarina, Patrícia Luiza Ferreira Rezende

EDUCATION AND EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT IN BRAZIL – WHERE ARE THE DEAF WHO WERE SUPPOSED TO BE AT SCHOOL?

Ewa Domagała-Zyśk

LEARNING AND TEACHING STRATEGIES IN ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLASSES FOR THE DEAF AND HARD-OF- HEARING STUDENTS

Dynnelle Fields

USING THE ROD TENSE SYSTEM (RTS) TO EXPLAIN ENGLISH VERB TENSES TO DEAF STU­DENTS

Susan Foster, Paula Brown

INCREASING MULTIDISCIPLINARY TEAM SKILLS FOR PROFESSIONALS IN DEAF EDUCATION: IMPLEMENTING A CROSS-DISCIPLINARY CURRICULUM

Magaly Ghesquière, Claire de Halleux, Laurence Meurant

BILINGUAL EDUCATION BY IMMERSION IN NAMUR, BELGIUM PRINCIPLES AND PEDAGOGI­CAL ISSUES

Evangelos Groumpos, Venetta Lampropoulou

THE ACADEMIC AND SOCIAL INCLUSION OF DEAF AND HARD-OF-HEARING STUDENTS IN MAINSTREAM SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN GREECE

Ingela Holmström

TECHNOLOGICALLY FRAMED PARTICIPATION: A GLIMPSE FROM EVERYDAY SCHOOL LIFE OF TWO MAINSTREAMED PUPILS WITH COCHLEAR IMPLANTS IN SWEDEN

Min-Hua Hsing

THE IMPACT OF A SIGN BILINGUAL INCLUSIVE PROGRAM ON DEAF AND HEARING YOUNG CHILDREN IN TAIWAN

Valia Kalogridi, Evdoxia Nteropoulou-Nterou

VIEWS AND EXPERIENCES OF DEAF TEACHERS’ ON INCLUSIVE EDUCATION AND DISABILITY

Edit H. Kontra, Kata Csizér, Katalin Piniel

TEACHING AND LEARNING FOREIGN LANGUAGES IN HUNGARIAN SCHOOLS FOR THE HEAR­ING IMPAIRED: A NATIONWIDE STUDY

Ann-Elise Kristoffersen, Eva Simonsen

A CO-ENROLLMENT PRESCHOOL FOR DEAF AND HEARING CHILDREN: CHALLENGES FOR PARTICIPATION AND LEARNING

Elise Leroy, Karen Meschia

TEACHING SIGN LANGUAGE, TEACHING WITH SIGN LANGUAGE: A SPECIFIC PEDAGOGICAL APPROACH?

Hanjing Li, Hui Liu

THE EFFECT OF PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND OF THE DEAF CLASS SIGN LANGUAGE IN­TERPRETER

Hanjing Li, Ruoxi Ran

COMPARATIVE STUDY ON THE COLLEGE COMPUTER EDUCATION OF THE DEAF

Naidoo Lingesperi

AN AUTOETHNOGRAPHIC STUDY OF LEADERSHIP IN A DEAF SCHOOL: RAISING THE BAR OF ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT

María Rosa Lissi, Christian Sebastián, Cristián Iturriaga, Martín Vergara, Catalina Henríquez

HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS WORKING WITH DEAF STUDENTS: PERCEIVED DIFFICULTIES, CAUSAL ATTRIBUTIONS AND CLASSROOM PRACTICES

Silene P. Madalena, Kátia D. Silva, Flávia Heloísa Santos, Mônica Marins

ARITHMETICAL ABILITIES IN BRAZILIAN DEAF SIGNERS OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Bernadette Namirembe, Eugen Mtemi Philip,Ildephonce Mkama, Yohannis Kilave, Julia van Grinsven

TEACHING DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING LEARNERS: TESTING INNOVATIVE TEACHING PRACTICES IN INCLUSIVE SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN TANZANIA

Stein Erik Ohna, Siv Hillesøy

BETWEEN TWO TRADITIONS, TEACHER’S REFLECTIONS ON CONDITIONS FOR PARTICI­PATION IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND CARE FOR CHILDREN USING COCHLEA IMPLANTS

Marietta Paterson, Christina Perigoe

SPEECH AND DIVERSE LEARNERS WHO ARE DEAF/HARD OF HEARING IN THE 21ST CEN­TURY

Malonje Overs K. Phiri

MALAWI DEAF EDUCATION AT A CROSSROADS: RESEARCH ON THE CHALLENGES DEAF LEARNERS FACE IN MAINSTREAM EDUCATION SETTINGS

Kristiina Pitkänen, Anu Savolainen

ONERVA – A SCHOOL AND A CENTRE FOR LEARNING AND CONSULTING. EDUCATION AND SUPPORT FOR DIVERSE LEARNERS

Patricia Pritchard

THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH TO DEAF PUPILS IN NORWAY

Concetta Pucci

AN OVERLOOKED DIMENSION IN AMERICAN DEAF EDUCATION: ETHICAL VALUES

Liezel Aquino Reyes

FACILITATING DEAF FILIPINO LEARNERS’ COMPREHENSION OF WHOLE NUMBERS USING TRADITIONAL AND ANIMATED LEARNING TOOLS

Natalia Rohatyn-Martin

THE ABSENCE OF DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING STUDENT PERCEPTIONS IN INCLUSIVE EDUCATION SETTINGS

Jackie Salter, Sue Pearson, Ruth Swanwick

TEACHING ASSISTANTS’ PERSPECTIVES OF DEAF STUDENTS’ LEARNING EXPERIENCES IN MAINSTREAM SECONDARY CLASSROOMS

Pieter Smal, Ruanna Reddy

DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF AN ACADEMIC TURNAROUND STRATEGY FOR DEAF PEOPLE IN SOUTH AFRICA

Aud Karin Stangvik, Line Beate Tveit, Mette Løvås

DIGITAL LEARNING MATERIALS IN TEACHING HARD OF HEARING

Annie Steinberg, Tanya Brown

LOOK WHO’S BEEN ‘VOTED OFF THE ISLAND’ NOW: EXCLUSION AND THE EDUCATION OF DEAF CHILDREN WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS AND OTHER DISABILITIES

Ruth Swanwick

TRANSLANGUAGING AS SCAFFOLDING FOR LEARNING IN BILINGUAL BIMODAL CLASS­ROOMS

Gladys Tang and Chris Kun-Man Yiu

SIGN LANGUAGE IN CO-ENROLLMENT EDUCATION FOR DEAF CHILDREN

Sian Tesni, Hang Kim Chhorn

SUCCESSFUL ENGAGEMENT CBM’S HOLISTIC APPROACH TO INCLUSIVE EDUCATION FOR LEARNERS WHO ARE DEAF, HARD OF HEARING OR DEAFBLIND

Paraskevas Thymakis, Eleni S. Zoidaki, Eleni Kavazidou

FUNCTIONAL AND EFFECTIVE PRACTICES IN INCLUSIVE EDUCATION FOR STUDENTS WHO ARE DEAF OR HARD OF HEARING: A LITERATURE REVIEW

Takashi Torigoe

AN EHNOGRAPHY OF SIGNED LANGUAGE INTERPRETATION IN A JAPANESE PRIMARY SCHOOL

Marian Valmaseda Balanzategui, Mar Pérez Martín, Gary Morgan

SIGN BILINGUAL AND CO-ENROLLMENT EDUCATION IN MADRID, SPAIN

Sílvia Andreis Witkoski

EDUCATION OF THE DEAF BY THE DEAF: IN WHICH SCHOOL?

Fay Wong

SOCIAL INTERACTION OF DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING STUDENTS AND THEIR HEARING PEERS IN SIGN BILINGUAL CO-ENROLLMENT SETTING

Chris Kun-Man Yiu

CLASSROOM PARTICIPATION OF DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING STUDENTS IN A SIGN BILIN­GUALISM AND CO-ENROLLMENT (SLCO) EDUCATION SETTING

Anna Zwierzchowska, Aleksandra Żebrowska, Tadeusz Gałkowski

MORPHOFUNCTIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS WITH DEAFNESS

 

Language and literacy

Georgia Andreou, Ioannis Galantomos

MORPHOSYNTACTIC ABILITIES IN GREEK DEAF UNIVERSITY STUDENTS

Barbara Arfé, Marco Gubernale, Sara Crespi, Rosamaria Santarelli, Pietro Scimemi, Elis­abetta Genovese, and Edoardo Arslan

FACTORS UNDERLYING DEAF CHILDREN’S POOR READING SKILLS IN A SHALLOW ORTHOG­RAPHY

Sonia B. Arora, Amanda L. Howell, Ye Wang, Lisa A. Proctor, Letitia J. White

PUNJABI AND ENGLISH READING SKILLS OF STUDENTS WHO ARE DEAF OR HARD OF HEAR­ING AND THEIR TYPICAL HEARING PEERS IN INDIA

Jennifer Beal-Alvarez, Nanci Scheetz

READY FOR THE CLASSROOM? ASSESSING PRE-SERVICE INTERPRETERS’ AND TEACHERS’ RECEPTIVE AND EXPRESSIVE AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE SKILLS

Gerald P. Berent, Ronald R. Kelly, Kathryn L. Schmitz

DEAF STUDENTS’ ACQUISITION OF DIVERSE LEXICAL PROPERTIES OF ENGLISH VERBS: NEW GUIDANCE FOR ENGLISH TEACHING, LEARNING, AND ASSESSMENT

Eveline Boers-Visker, Geoffrey S. Poor, Beppie Van Den Bogaerde

THE SIGN LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY INTERVIEW: DESCRIPTION AND USE WITH SIGN LAN­GUAGE OF THE NETHERLANDS

Patrick Boudreault, Kyra Zimmer, Charlotte Enns

CREATING VIDEOS TO ASSESS CHILDREN’S SIGNED LANGUAGE NARRATIVE SKILLS

Chatzidimitri Charikleia Maria, Hatzopoulou Marianna

PHONOLOGICAL ACQUISITION IN GREEK SIGN LANGUAGE

Efthimiou Eleni, Sapountzaki Galini, Andreou Georgia

APPLICATION OF SAUSSUREAN THEORY ON SIGNED SIGN CLASSES AND LEXICALISATION PROCESSES GROUNDING AND LINGUISTIC STRUCTURE: FINDINGS FROM GREEK SIGN LAN­GUAGE CORPUS ANALYSIS

Orit Fuks

BIMODAL BILINGUAL ACQUISTION OF ISRAELI SIGN LANGUAGE (ISL) AND HEBREW BY A HEARING CHILD OF DEAF PARENTS

Ana Cristina Guarinello, Silvana Mendonça Lopes Valentin, Joice Maria Maltauro Juliano, Débora Pereira Claudio, Priscila Soares Vidal Festa

PROPOSAL OF LITERACY FOR DEAF STUDENTS FROM TEXTUAL GENRES IN A SCHOOL SPE­CIALIZED IN DEAFNES

Ana Cristina Guarinello, Débora Pereira Claudio, Priscila Soares Vidal Festa, Giselle Mas­si, Ana Paula Berberian

THE STRATEGY OF RETEXTUALIZATION IN THE WRITING SAMPLES OF DEAF SUBJECTS

Ana Cristina Guarinello, Priscila Soares Vidal Festa, Débora Pereira Claudio, Silvana Lopes Valentin

YOUTUBE BRAZIL AS A POSSIBILITY TO ACESS DISCOURSES PRODUCED ABOUT DEAFNESS

Johannes Hennies, Eva Wimmer, Martina Penke, Markus Hess, Monika Rothweiler

STANDARDIZING THE NEW SPEECH AUDIOMETRIC FINKON-TEST

Valeria Herrera-Fernández, Amelia Jiménez-Blanco, Jesús M. Alvarado-Izquierdo

LITERACY EXPERIENCES AND READING LEARNING STRATEGIES. TALES OF DEAF ADULTS

Shiori Ito, Inho Chung, Keiko Seki

DEVELOPMENTAL FEATURES OF EXPOSITORY COMPOSITION SKILLS IN CHILDREN WHO ARE HEARING IMPAIRED: ANALYSIS ON THE DIFFERENCES IN READING ABILITY

Elizabeth Jackson Machmer, Linda J. Spencer, Andreana Durkin, Georgianna Borgna, Car­ol Convertino, Marc Marschark

SIGNED AND SPOKEN LANGUAGE ABILITIES OF DEAF AND HARD-OF-HEARING STUDENTS

Kleopatra Diakogiorgi, Didamy Katribouza, Katerina Paila

THE DEVELOPMENT OF WRITING SKILLS OF DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING CHILDREN

María Rosa Lissi, Christian Sebastián, Martín Vergara, Cristián Iturriaga, Catalina Hen­ríquez

VOCABULARY AND READING COMPREHENSION IN CHILEAN DEAF STUDENTS

María Rosa Lissi, Christian Sebastián, Martín Vergara, Cristián Iturriaga, Catalina Hen­ríquez

DEAF STUDENTS’ USE OF STRATEGIES WHILE READING EXPOSITORY TEXT. A THINK-ALOUD STUDY

Fotini Logotheti, Kleopatra Diakogiorgi, Venetta Lampropoulou

AN EVALUATION OF SPELLING ERRORS OF DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING STUDENTS IN GREECE

Pamela Luft

MISCUE ANALYSIS OF READING ACROSS DIVERSE STUDENTS AND COMMUNICATION PREF­ERENCES

Pamela Luft

READING COMPREHENSION AND PHONICS RESEARCH ON DEAF STUDENTS: WHY REPORT­ED RELATIONSHIPS MAY BE SPURIOUS

Anatoli Makarona, Venetta Lampropoulou

FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO READING IN DEAF AND HARD- OF- HEARING SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

Gene Mirus, Donna Jo Napoli

FUN AND LANGUAGE INTERACTION: BILINGUAL-BIMODAL EBOOKS

Cornelia Nutsch, Monika Rothweiler, Markus Tönjes, Martina Penke

THE ACQUISITION OF VERBAL MORPHOLOGY IN GERMAN CHILDREN WITH HEARING IM­PAIRMENT - A FOLLOW UP STUDY AT AGE 7

Mizuho Osawa, Inho Chung, Motoyoshi Akikawa

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN COMMUNICATION WAYS AND READING STRATEGIES IN READING OF DEAF PERSONS

Aya Oshika, Anna Watanabe, Chikashi Kyan, Toyohiko Hamada

THE STUDY OF SUSPECTED DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS FOR ALL OF THE SCHOOLS FOR THE DEAF IN JAPAN

Mar Pérez, Marian Valmaseda, Mª Aránzazu Díez, F. Javier Moreno-Pérez, Ignacio Montero, María Jesús Pardo, David Saldaña, Isabel R. Rodríguez-Ortiz

SPANISH SIGN LANGUAGE ADAPTATION OF THE MACARTHUR COMMUNICATIVE DEVELOP­MENT INVENTORY

Geoffrey S. Poor

SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATH SIGNS DICTIONARY PROJECT

Ricardo Rosas, María Ignacia Sánchez, Verónica de la Paz

SUEÑALETRAS, A SOFTWARE TO TEACH READING AND WRITING TO DEAF CHILDREN

Ricardo Rosas, Soledad Véliz, Rodrigo Arroyo, María Ignacia Sánchez, Marcelo Pizarro, Andrés David Aparicio

PAPELUCHO: A MODEL FOR DEVELOPING INCLUSIVE DIGITAL BOOKS FOR DEAF CHILDREN

Galini Sapountzaki, Aristea - Alexandra Prigkou

POETIC AND NARRATIVE ELEMENTS OF GREEK SIGN LANGUAGE: A NEW PERSPECTIVE ON POETRY FOR HEARING STUDENTS

Takashi Sawa

DEAF CHILDREN’S UNDERSTANDING OF JAPANESE TRANSITIVE AND INTRANSITIVE VERBS

Christian Sebastián, María Rosa Lissi, Martín Vergara, Cristián Iturriaga, Catalina Hen­ríquez

SEARCHING FOR A BETTER WAY TO ASSESS READING COMPREHENSION IN DEAF STUDENTS

Karen Simpson, Ruth Swanwick, Jackie Salter

AN ECOLOGICAL APPROACH TO LANGUAGE PLANNING: COLLABORATIONS BETWEEN RE­SEARCH AND PRACTICE

Yuko Sugiura, Jean Andrews

YOUNG SIGNING DEAF CHILDREN’S LEARNING OF PUNCTUATION USING COMICS

Ruth Swanwick

DEAF CHILDREN’S MULTILINGUALITY AND MULTIMODALITY

Chryssoula Thodi, Marios Vogazianos, Paris Vogazianos

EARLY HEARING DETECTION IN CYPRUS: COMMUNICATION SKILL OUTCOMES

Andreas Xeroudakis

THE NUMERICAL SYSTEM OF GREEK SIGN LANGUAGE (GSL)

 

Learning and Cognition

 Rosane da Conceição Vargas, Beatriz Vargas Dorneles

LEARNING COUNTING STRATEGIES: A COMPARISON OF DEAF CHILDREN

Claudney Maria de Oliveira e Silva, Francisco José Quaresma de Figueiredo

BRAZILIAN DEAF STUDENTS AND COLLABORATIVE LEARNING: SIGN LANGUAGE USERS LEARNING PORTUGUESE AS A SECOND LANGUAGE

Nynke Dethmers, Hinke Nauta

EDUCATING DEAF OR HEARING-IMPAIRED CHILDREN WITH AUTISM OR REQUIRING A HIGHLY STRUCTURED EDUCATIONAL SETTING

Bernd Holzgethan

VIDUSIGN – USING CREATIVE VIDEO FOR EMPOWERMENT OF YOUNG DEAF

Eunha Kim, Inho Chung, Akira Yokkaichi

THE DEVELOPMENT OF EMOTIONAL PERSPECTIVE-TAKING IN DEAF CHILDREN: A COMPARI­SON OF NON-VERBAL AND VERBAL TASKS

Erasti Mavrogiannaki, Venetta Lampropoulou, Ioannis Dimakos

PHONOLOGICAL AWARENESS, SHORT-TERM MEMORY AND READING IN DEAF/HH BEGINNING READERS

Eftichis Papadopetrakis, Lamprini Papaprokopiou

ARITHMETIC SYSTEMS IN SPONTANEOUS GREEK SIGN LANGUAGE

Anne-Marie Parisot, Stéphanie Luna, Darren Saunders

ABILITY TO MANIPULATE PHONOLOGICAL MOVEMENT IN PRODUCTION TASKS IN QUEBEC SIGN LANGUAGE

Christina S. Sison

DEAF FILIPINO LEARNERS’ METACOGNITIVE READING STRATEGIES AND ITS ROLE IN THEIR READING MOTIVATION AND PERFORMANCE

Joanne Weber, Fatima Pirbhai-Illich

THE MORE THINGS CHANGE, THE MORE THEY REMAIN THE SAME: A LITERACY NEEDS AS­SESSMENT

 

Lifelong learning and quality of life

Anastasia Gkouvatzi, Venetta Lampropoulou

FACILITATING DEAF STUDENTS ACCESS TO ACADEMIC SERVICES

Manfred Hintermair, Inge Cremer, Anja Gutjahr, Antonia Losch, Hans-Christoph Strauß

WHAT CAN DEAF EDUCATION LEARN FROM VOCATIONALLY SUCCESSFUL DEAF AND HARD-OF-HEARING ADULTS?

Eleni Kavazidou, Irene Sokolaki, Fotis Kokkos (Deaf), Eleni S. Zoidaki, Paraskevas Thyma­kis, Andreas Kalaitzakis

DANCETHEATER APPLICATIONS USING SIGN LANGUAGE MOVEMENT PATHWAYS AND FA­CIAL POSTURE DYNAMICS

Eleni Kavazidou, Eleni S. Zoidaki, Paraskevas Thymakis, Fotis Kokkos (Deaf), Irene Sokolaki, Christos Nikolaidis

A STUDY OF DEAF PEOPLE’S INCLUSION IN THE GENERAL SOCIAL MAJORITY THROUGH FLEXIBLE PERFORMING ART PRACTICES

Ronald R. Kelly, Andrew B. Quagliata, Richard DeMartino, Victor Perotti

DEAF WORKERS: EDUCATED AND EMPLOYED, BUT LIMITED IN CAREER GROWTH

Eugenia Stavropoulou, Julia Spinthourakis, Petra Potmesilova, Venetta Lampropoulou, Milon Potmesil, Mirto Markopoulou

THE READINESS OF PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS TO WORK IN INCLUSIVE SETTINGS WITH DEAF STUDENTS

 

Social-emotional functioning and mental health

 Johannes Fellinger, Daniel Holzinger

MENTAL HEALTH AND DEAF LEARNERS- APPROACHES TO INTERVENTION

Kika Hadjikakou, Katerina Antonopoulou, Yianna Christofi

THE SOCIAL ADAPTATION OF DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING ADOLESCENTS ATTENDING SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN CYPRUS

Juhana Salonen, Sisko-Margit Syväoja

FINDING AN IDENTITY AND SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL SKILLS

J. Matt Searls, Michael Stinson

DEAF STUDENTS’ CULTURAL IDENTITY AND PARTICIPATION IN A DEAF STUDIES COURSE

Jesús Torres, David Saldaña, Isabel R. Rodríguez-Ortiz

SOCIAL INFORMATION-PROCESSING SKILLS IN DEAF ADOLESCENTS

 

Teacher education

 Neuma Chaveiro, Juliana Guimarães Faria, Mariângela Estelita Barros, Sueli Maria De Ol­iveira Regino

PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN UNIVERSITY AND SCHOOL AIMING THE FORMATION OF LIBRAS-BRASILIAN SIGN LANGUAGE- TEACHER

Chantal Gervedink Nijhuis, Ellen Vinks

INNOVATIVE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM FOR PROFESSIONALS IN DEAF EDUCATION

Caroline Guardino, Sharon Becker, Joanna E. Cannon, Therese Bustos

THE IMPACT OF AN INTERNATIONAL TRANSFORMATIONAL LEARNING OPPORTUNITY IN THE PHILIPPINES ON PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS

Trudy Smith

PROFESSIONALISM, IDENTITY, AND THE NATIONAL STANDARDS FOR AUSTRALIAN TEACH­ERS OF THE DEAF

Eugenia Stavropoulou, Mirto Markopoulou

THE READINESS OF PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS TO WORK WITH DEAF STUDENTS IN INCLU­SIVE SETTINGS

Dimitrios Tsiastoudis, Hariton Polatoglou

ANALYSIS OF MOVEMENTS OF THE HUMAN BODY-SIGN LANGUAGE USING CAMERA AND COMPUTER

Letitia White, Lisa Proctor , Rachel Ball, Ye Wang

INTERNATIONAL SERVICE-LEARNING TO IMPROVE PRE-SERVICE TRAINING FOR PROFES­SIONALS SERVING INDIVIDUALS WITH HEARING LOSS

 

Technology

Charalampos Alatzias, Anatoli Makarona, Theofilos Tsanaktsidis

LEARNING WITH SIGN AND LIPREADING…”: ONLINE MULTIMEDIA EDUCATIONAL SOFTWARE

Gary W. Behm, Joe Stanislow, Ronald R. Kelly

IS IT PROBLEMATIC FOR DEAF/HARD-OF-HEARING STUDENTS IN LEARNING WITH MULTIPLE CLASSROOM TECHNOLOGIES?

Edward W. Clymer, Jr., Christine Monikowski

INTERPRETING VIDEOCONFERENCE SESSIONS

Matjaž Debevc, Ines Kožuh

THE EFFECTS OF USING CAPTIONS IN SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETER VIDEOS

Juliana Guimarães Faria, Mirza Seabra Toschi

THE BRAZILIAN DEAF AND THE SOCIAL MEDIA

Monika Haider

LEARNING ASL, IS AND GSL: LEARNING BY DOING WITH THE SIGAME-APP

Ines Kožuh, Manfred Hintermair, Matjaž Debevc

THE EXPERIENCES OF DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING PEOPLE ON SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES

Eleftheria Manta

THE PALLOPHONE

Joseph S. Stanislow, Gary W. Behm

MICROCONTROLLER PLΑTFORM FOR THE ACCESSIBILITY APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT