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Silent applause: Deaf theater troup using stage to convey community - Aurora Sentinel

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Silent applause: Deaf theater troup using stage to convey community Aurora Sentinel Even Paddy Ladd, the author who helped formalize the term in his 2003 book “Understanding Deaf Culture: In Search of Deafhood,” had reservations about offering a...
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Cochlear implants, technology and vaccinations diminish use of Australian sign ... - Sydney Morning Herald

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Karli Dettman, a deaf yoga teacher and therapist in her late 40s, could have a cochlear implant but doesn't want one.
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Adult Learning: Unconscious incompetence to conscious excellence ...

Adult Learning: Unconscious incompetence to conscious excellence ... | Sign Language Teaching | Scoop.it
CEDR's mission is to inspire business to use mediation when managing and resolving disputes. A large part of this is ensuring that mediators are trained to a standard of excellence. Understanding how adults learn is key to ...
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Britain's children left behind in languages by the time they're three - The Independent

Britain's children left behind in languages by the time they're three - The Independent | Sign Language Teaching | Scoop.it
Britain's children left behind in languages by the time they're threeThe IndependentRichard Garner is The Independent's Education Editor. ...

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Why Do Sign Language Interpreters Look So Animated?

Why Do Sign Language Interpreters Look So Animated? | Sign Language Teaching | Scoop.it
As New York City Mayor Bloomberg gave numerous televised addresses about the preparations the city was making for Hurricane Sandy, and then the storm’s aftermath, he was joined at the podium by a sign language interpreter, who immediately became a...
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Grammar Errors? The Brain Detects Them Even When You Are Unaware - Science Daily (press release)

Grammar Errors? The Brain Detects Them Even When You Are Unaware - Science Daily (press release) | Sign Language Teaching | Scoop.it
Grammar Errors? The Brain Detects Them Even When You Are Unaware Science Daily (press release) "The grammatical violations were fully visible to participants, but because they had to complete this extra task, they were often not consciously aware...
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Deaf Culture Timeline | Sign Language Interpreters - Sign Language ...

Deaf Culture Timeline | Sign Language Interpreters - Sign Language ... | Sign Language Teaching | Scoop.it
Sign Language Interpreters – Sign Language Interpreting Communicating from Coast to Coast. Home · About Us · Blog · Industries Served · Business · Education · Entertainment · Events · Government · Legal · Medical ...

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American Sign Language popularity surges at colleges - San Jose Mercury News

American Sign Language popularity surges at colleges - San Jose Mercury News | Sign Language Teaching | Scoop.it
American Sign Language popularity surges at colleges
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BERKELEY -- Every year, more college students in the U.S. are learning a new language without uttering a word.
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LanguageTwin: A New Way For Language Students To Practice ...

LanguageTwin: A New Way For Language Students To Practice ... | Sign Language Teaching | Scoop.it
Learning a language is never easy. One thing that's usually missing in the way students learn a new language is the ability to use their new skills while..
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Te reo Māori now part of online sign language dictionary - Scoop.co.nz (press release)

Te reo Māori now part of online sign language dictionary - Scoop.co.nz (press release) | Sign Language Teaching | Scoop.it
Te reo Māori now part of online sign language dictionary
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“To have English, Māori and sign language alongside each other in an online dictionary is quite an advance.
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Pollapönk - No Prejudice - (Sign language edition) - Eurovision 2014 - Iceland

Følg os på Youtube for at få de nyeste videoer om Dansk Melodi Grand Prix og Eurovision Song Contest 2014. Find meget mere på http://www.dr.dk/grandprix.
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Active Learning by Dr Pandula Siribaddana | Education Space 360

Active Learning by Dr Pandula Siribaddana | Education Space 360 | Sign Language Teaching | Scoop.it
Adult education: How to be an active learner:

Educational forums worldwide were debating adult learning from the early days of pedagogical thinking.
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Teacher talk: the missing link « The Learning Spy

Teacher talk: the missing link « The Learning Spy | Sign Language Teaching | Scoop.it
Out with modelling and whole class instruction; in with group work, problem solving and PLTS. ... Understanding requires knowledge of language: if you don't have the words for a thing then you can't think about it usefully.

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Phil Chappell's curator insight, May 19, 2013 6:05 PM

The main point here is expressed in a declaration about half through the piece: "Teachers absolutely must talk if students are actually going to learn anything worthwhile; the trick is to make that talk as efficient and instructive as possible.". A good account of the benefits of interventionist teacher talk rather than exploratory (progressivist) pedagogy.

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iSLanDS' blog

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Live reports from the International Institute for Sign Languages and Deaf Studies (iSLanDS).

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Julie Tait's curator insight, February 17, 2013 8:55 PM

Another great repository of info on Sign Language.

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New Auslan Course on Offer

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RT @deecd: #Auslan courses will be offered at Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE from Semester Two this year. Find out more: http://t.co/75gYMwW4sz
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How to teach ... languages creatively

How to teach ... languages creatively | Sign Language Teaching | Scoop.it
The Guardian Teacher Network has plenty of resources to help you inject some passion into your language lessons (How to teach ...
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InternetNZ funding supports sign language archive | Scoop News

InternetNZ funding supports sign language archive | Scoop News | Sign Language Teaching | Scoop.it
A project to preserve historic film footage of the early use and development of New
Zealand Sign Language (NZSL) and NZ Deaf culture has been supported by a grant of
$16,000 from InternetNZ.

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Deaf people's linguistic culture is being allowed to disintegrate - The Guardian

Deaf people's linguistic culture is being allowed to disintegrate - The Guardian | Sign Language Teaching | Scoop.it
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Deaf people's linguistic culture is being allowed to disintegrate
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When I was a kid, I used to play at being deaf by covering my ears.
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Deaf community welcomes return of Auslan course - ABC Online

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Deaf community welcomes return of Auslan course
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Members of Victoria's deaf community say the return of a course teaching the Auslan sign language will go some way to addressing a shortage of interpreters in the state.

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