Effective Teaching Techniques and Tools for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Adult Immigrants in ASL and English Bilingual and Bicultural College Programs (2009)

Phase Two

This is the second phase of a project aimed at improving best practices for helping immigrant deaf and hard of hearing adults in bilingual and bicultural (American Sign Language and English) literacy programs. The first phase of the project identified effective teaching approaches and tools and in the second phase, the teacher as researcher and the learners piloted them.

Researchers collected data through teacher and learner reflections at the end of each pilot session and an external evaluator interviewed the students about their participation in the project.

The project was funded by Calgary Learns: http://www.calgarylearns.com/.

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Brent David Novodvorski. Effective Teaching Techniques and Tools for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Adult Immigrants in ASL and English Bilingual and Bicultural College Programs 2009. Web. 28 May. 2022 <http://en.copian.ca/library/research/bowvalley/deaf2/deaf2.pdf>
Brent David Novodvorski (2009). Effective Teaching Techniques and Tools for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Adult Immigrants in ASL and English Bilingual and Bicultural College Programs. Retrieved May 28, 2022, from http://en.copian.ca/library/research/bowvalley/deaf2/deaf2.pdf
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