ERIC Number: ED223020
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1976
Reference Count: 0
The Institute for Deaf-Blind Studies: Proceedings.
Scheffler, Joye A.; And Others
The document contains 16 papers from the Institute for Deaf Blind Studies, a program to bring together many disciplines and to place emphasis on every aspect of the learning and teaching activity involved in the development of deaf-blind children. The following titles and authors are included: "Current Status of the Rubella Problem" (P. Ziring); "Audiological Considerations in Evaluating and Managing Deaf-Blind Children" (A. Dahle); "Developmental Evaluation in the Assessment for Rehabilitation Potential of Deaf-Blind Multihandicapped Children" (J. Brower); "Role of Sensorimotor Experience and Perception in the Acquisition of Language" (C. Groves); "Significance of Motor Development in the Deaf-Blind Child" (R. Folio); "Examining the Deaf-Blind Child--A Communication Gap" (R. Jose); "Instructional Materials for Use with Deaf-Blind Children" (J. Dyrda); "Developmental Assessment and Evaluation through Teacher Observation" (N. Barraga); "Environmental Coding--An Approach for Facilitating Cognitive Development in Deaf-Blind Children" (R. Jackson); "New Developments in Communication for Deaf-Blind People" (C. Laenger, Sr.); "Aids and Appliances for Employment and Rehabilitation of Blind and Deaf-Blind Individuals" (G. Dalrymple); "Programming for and Rehabilitation of the Low-Functioning, Nonambulatory Deaf-Blind Child" (B. Bell and C. Hain); "Helping Parents to Help Their Handicapped Child" (K. Hudson); "Interpersonal Aspects of Intervention Strategies in the Rehabilitation of Handicapped Children" (S. Mouchka); "Principles of Behavior Management, Disciplines, and Child Rearing Based on Three Psychological Theories" (M. Wyrick); and "Quality Education and Its Impact upon Rehabilitation Services and Their Probable Outcome for Blind and Deaf-Blind Students" (C. Raeke). (SW)
Descriptors: Auditory Evaluation, Behavior Modification, Child Development, Cognitive Development, Communication Skills, Deaf Blind, Elementary Secondary Education, Employment, Evaluation Methods, Instructional Materials, Intervention, Motor Development, Multiple Disabilities, Observation, Parent Education, Perceptual Motor Learning, Rehabilitation, Sensory Aids, Teaching Methods
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Bureau of Education for the Handicapped (DHEW/OE), Washington, DC. Centers and Services for Deaf-Blind Children.
Authoring Institution: Southwestern Region Deaf-Blind Center, Sacramento, CA.; Texas Education Agency, Austin.