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ERIC Number: ED036038
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968-Feb
Pages: 84
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Proceedings of the Special Study Institute for the Early Identification and Education of Children with Hearing Impairment (Ages 0-4). (Catholic Center, New York University, New York, February 5-7, 1968).
Cronin, Frances, Ed.
A summary is given of the proceedings of a Special Study Institute which investigated the problem of identifying the preschool or the prenursery child with a hearing impairment as well as potential problem areas in educational programming for him. Considered are the healthy child, some of the deviant functioning of the impaired child, and identification and educational remediation, particularly in language and perception. Speeches and panel reports discuss the following topics: reasons for a special study institute, contemporary perspectives on the education of the deaf, acceptance and understanding in child growth and development, deviant functioning of the young child, language disorders in preschool children, and the dynamics of sensory motor experiences from infancy to 6 years. A summation is given of the conference proceedings. (WW)
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Authoring Institution: New York State Education Dept., Albany.