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. 144, No. 1, March

An Examination of Two Coteaching Classrooms
he present study presents data on two classrooms that used a coteaching approach to provide services to students who were deaf, hard of hearing, and hearing. The author conducted extensive observations, as well as interviews with teachers, students,...
Cued Language Structure: An Analysis of Cued American English Based on Linguistic Principles
by E. Fleetwood and M. Metzger (Silver Spring, MD: Calliope Press; 1998, 96 pages, soft cover) Let's assume there is some consensus that deaf and hard of hearing students need to be exposed to a reasonable, unambiguous model of English, whether they...
Historical Overview of Inpatient Care of Mental Patients Who Are Deaf
A review of published studies of deaf mentally ill inpatients is reported. While there are conflicts in the findings of some of the studies, several generalizations seem fairly universal across countries and time periods. For example, the data indicate...
Smoking and Deaf Adults: Associations with Age at Onset of Deafness
moking is a major health problem whose prevalence in different populations is thought to be influenced by sociocultural and linguistic factors. Although smoking and hearing loss are positively correlated, little is known about the smoking habits of deaf...
Stress and Coping in Hearing Mothers of Children with Hearing Loss: Factors Affecting Mother and Child Adjustment
The present study examines maternal and child adjustment as a result of the application of a stress and coping model (Folkman, Schaefer, & Lazarus 1979) to factors associated with having a school-aged child with a hearing loss. Thirty-six hearing...
Test-Taking Skills: A Missing Component of Deaf Students' Curriculum
Often, conclusions about what students have learned in school are based on their performance on standardized or informal tests. For several reasons, these tests may not accurately reflect deaf students' learning. The author discusses the limitations...
The Role of Educators of the Deaf in the Early Identification of Hearing Loss
About 16,000 babies each year will be identified with hearing loss by age 3 months once universal newborn hearing screening becomes a reality. Identification of hearing loss in infancy, followed by appropriate intervention by age 6 months, can result...
Total Communication and Bi-Bi
Recently, I have observed in several classrooms and some different schools that the line between bilingual-bicultural (Bi-Bi) programs and total communication (TC) programs has become blurred. Although the stated communication philosophy may vary, in...
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