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ERIC Number: ED040530
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1969-Dec
Pages: 27
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A Notetaking Procedure for Deaf Students in Regular Classes.
Stuckless, E. Ross
An investigation was designed to explore a systematic notetaking procedure for deaf students on secondary and post-secondary educational levels. Conducted in two phases, the study aimed at developing a system of notetaking including a special notebook (consisting of pressure sensitive duplicating paper), and describing notetaking procedures of hearing undergraduate students; and evaluating the notetaking system relative to the willingness of hearing students to participate and the expressed satisfaction of deaf students with its procedures. In both phases, the system was evaluated by deaf and hearing participants, who completed appropriate questionnaires. Analysis of the data indicated the general feasibility of the notetaking system. Hearing students in general were willing to volunteer as notetakers for the deaf, and most deaf students expressed some satisfaction with the system. The study produced workable guidelines on notetaking for the deaf student, his instructor, and the hearing notetaker. (JB)
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Sponsor: Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Rochester Inst. of Tech., NY.