1. Inclusion, Itinerant Teachers, and the Pull-out Model
  2. Donald F. Moores
  3. pp. 273-274
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  1. Deaf Education and Bridging Social Capital: A Theoretical Approach
  2. Christian P. Wilkens, Thomas P. Hehir
  3. pp. 275-284
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  1. Coenrollment for Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing: Friendship Patterns and Social Interactions
  2. Sandy K. Bowen
  3. pp. 285-293
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  1. Engagement During Reading Instruction for Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing in Public Schools
  2. Vicki Donne, Naomi Zigmond
  3. pp. 294-303
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  1. Providing Online Course Opportunities for Learners Who are Deaf, Hard of Hearing, or Hearing
  2. Samuel B. Slike, Pamela D. Berman, Travis Kline, Kathryn Rebilas, Erin Bosch
  3. pp. 304-308
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  1. Professionalism and Coordination: Allies or Enemies?
  2. Irene Kassini
  3. pp. 309-313
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  1. Towards Integrated Practices in Early Detection of and Intervention for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children
  2. Claudine Storbeck, Jennifer Calvert-Evans
  3. pp. 314-321
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  1. College and University Requirements for Teachers of the Deaf at the Undergraduate Level: A Twenty-Year Comparison
  2. David Dolman
  3. pp. 322-327
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  1. National Study of Master Teachers in Deaf Education: Implications for Teacher Education
  2. Nanci A. Scheetz, David S. Martin
  3. pp. 328-343
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