Computer-Assisted Instruction for Deaf Children

Introduction

One of the early applications of computers in schools was to help children with hearing impairments in the US. Below are several research reports on this work. As you read this historical material, look for pedagogical concepts that might have been employed during the '70s but have been lost in more modern teaching programs.

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The Stanford Project

Journal of Computer-Based Instruction August 1976,VOL. 3,NO 1,1-12THE STANFORD PROJECT ON COMPUTER-ASSISTED INSTRUCTION FOR HEARING-IMPAIRED STUDENTS