Promoting deaf pupils’ achievement in mathematics
A research paper describing an intervention designed to raise the achievement of deaf pupils in mathematics and arguing that hearing loss can place children at risk for difficulties in learning mathematics but is not in itself an impediment to progress in mathematics. The programme provided two types of experience, namely the school teaching of concepts that hearing children seem to acquire informally and the use of drawings and diagrams for supporting communication


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Created: Sep 15, 2008

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