American Annals of the Deaf

The American Annals of the Deaf is a journal focusing on the education of the deaf. Founded in 1847, it is published quarterly with spring, summer, fall and winter issues. The journal is published by the Conference of Educational Administrators Serving the Deaf at Gallaudet University Press. Subjects include: Hearing and Speech. The editor is Donald F. Moores.

Articles from Vol. 147, No. 5, December

An Analysis of Teacher Preparation in Deaf Education: Programs Approved by the Council on Education of the Deaf
An analysis of the most recent self-study reports of the 46 teacher preparation programs approved by the Council on Education of the Deaf yielded data on program demographics, curriculum and content, faculty, practicum, students, and graduates. Only...
Another Look at the STM Capacity of Prelingually Deafened Individuals and Its Relation to Reading Comprehension
(ProQuest Information and Learning: ... denotes Foreign text omitted.)The study investigated the short-term recall of serially presented verbal(izable) information by prelingually deafened individuals and hearing individuals, and reconsidered how short-term...
Deaf and Hearing Students' Morphological Knowledge Applied to Printed English
The study examined the ability of deaf and hearing students at the college and middle school levels to discern and apply knowledge of printed word morphology. There were 70 deaf and 58 hearing participants. A two-part paper-and-pencil test of morphological...
Enhancing Reading Ability to Prevent Students from Becoming "Low-Functioning Deaf" as Adults
Recent research on reading instruction in general and special education, collectively referred to as "scientifically based reading research," is emphasized in two new federal programs, Reading First and Early Reading First. The findings of this research,...
Federal Legislation and Teacher Behavior
We are all aware of the growing impact of federal legislation on education in general and the education of deaf children and adults in particular. In fact, in our field, the first congressional action related to education was an 1817 land grant of what...
Issues in the Sexual Molestation of Deaf Youth
An overview is provided of issues involved in sexual abuse in schools (as well as the general problem of child molestation in society), some characteristics of pedophiles and hebephiles, and data on how sexual molesters are dealt with by the criminal...
Providing Accessible Services to Minority Ethnic Deaf People: Insights from a Study in Alberta, Canada
Evidence suggests that minority ethnic people in general and minority ethnic deaf people (MEDP) in particular face numerous formidable obstacles in their attempts to gain access to services in the community. Deaf people from minority ethnic groups who...
The Struggle for Language: Perspectives and Practices of Urban Parents with Children Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing
Research is scarce on young children with hearing impairments growing up in urban environments. A qualitative study was used to explore and describe the perspectives and practices of these children's parents. An ethnographic approach enabled documentation...
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