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  Volume 125, Number 6, September 1980

Table of Contents

Foreword

pp. 620-622
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Utilization of Educational Media: Introduction

pp. 623-625
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Chapter 1: Learning and Instructional Theory Revisited

pp. 626-631
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Chapter 2: Super 8 in the Elementary Classroom

pp. 632-642
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Chapter 3: Television Captioning at the Clarke School for the Deaf

pp. 643-654
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Chapter 4: English Remediation and the Older Deaf Student: The Computer as a Tool

pp. 655-661
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Chapter 5: The Support Services of Library-Media, Curriculum, and Reading at the Rochester School for the Deaf

pp. 662-673
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Chapter 6: The Teletypewriter and the Videotape Recorder: Media Equipment that Tap Student Resources

pp. 674-678
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Chapter 7: Videodisc Update

pp. 679-684
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Chapter 8: Teacher Preparation: Its Form and Its Future

pp. 685-694
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Chapter 9: The Development of Independent Auditory Training Activities for Severely and Profoundly Deaf Students Using Audiovisual Equipment

pp. 695-701
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Chapter 10: Creating Visual Materials for Multi-Handicapped Deaf Learners

pp. 702-709
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Chapter 11: Use of Videotape in Parent Education

pp. 710-713
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Chapter 12: Switched-On Learning: Education Through Modern Media

pp. 714-720
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Chapter 13: "How About That:" T.V. Programs for Deaf Students

pp. 721-725
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Chapter 14: Closed-Caption Television: Today and Tomorrow

pp. 726-728
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Chapter 15: The Use of Videotaping for Self-Evaluation in Parent Training

pp. 729-730
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Chapter 16: Superimposing Visual Cues and Captions Over Slides to Teach Computer Operations

pp. 731-742
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Chapter 17: The Human Body: A Unique Media Experience

pp. 743-746
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Chapter 18: A Videotape Series for Teaching Job Interviewing Skills

pp. 747-750
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Chapter 19: Focus on Reading: Project Update

pp. 751-764
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Chapter 20: Exploit Your Overhead

pp. 765-768
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Chapter 21: The Gallaudet College Library: Its Use of Technology

pp. 769-772
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Chapter 22: Apple Tree: Branches Instructional Materials Used in the Apple Tree Program

pp. 773-774
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Chapter 23: Nonverbal Films: Guidelines for Their Utilization With Deaf Learners

pp. 775-779
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Chapter 24: Facilitating the Learning of Medical Terminology through the Use of Effective Mediation Strategies: A Model for the Teaching of Technical Vocabulary

pp. 780-785
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Chapter 25: The Multifaceted Advantages of the Use of Videotape as an Adjunct to Field Trips

pp. 786-789
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Chapter 26: The National Media Materials Center for Severely Handicapped Persons: Challenges of Year III

pp. 790-794
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Chapter 27: Market Linkage Project for Special Education Update

pp. 795-797
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Chapter 28: The Evaluation Program and Nationwide Field Test Effort of the Media Development Project for the Hearing Impaired

pp. 798-801
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Chapter 29: The Role of Media in the Classroom—It's Another "Aide"

pp. 802-806
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Chapter 30: Microcomputers in the Service of Students and Teachers—Computer-Assisted Instruction at the California School for the Deaf: An Update

pp. 807-813
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Chapter 31: Introducing a Core Basal Series Through Simplified Media

pp. 814-816
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Chapter 32: Reelizing the Full Potential of Captioning Educational Films for the Deaf through Lesson Guide Utilization

pp. 817-821
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Chapter 33: Out of the Locker Room and Into the Classroom: Innovative Approaches to the Use of Media and Strategies in Sex Education for the Deaf

pp. 822-825
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Chapter 34: A Mediated Course in Career Development

pp. 826-833
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Chapter 35: Computer-Aided Instruction at the Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind

pp. 834-840
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Chapter 36: Utilization of Videotape Programs as Educational Enrichment for Spanish-Speaking Families and Their Deaf Children: Focus on Parent-Child-Teacher Interaction

pp. 841-843
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Chapter 37: The Use of Media in a Diagnostic Prescriptive Model for Educating Deaf Multi-Handicapped Students

pp. 844-848
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Chapter 38: The Language Arts Curriculum Goes Hollywood

pp. 849-854
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Chapter 39: Using Imagery to Teach Independent Pronunciation Skills to Deaf College Students

pp. 855-860
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Chapter 40: Adapting Media to Meet Your Students' Needs

pp. 861-865
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Chapter 41: Conference Summary

pp. 866-867
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Appendix A: Program

pp. 868-876
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Appendix B: 13th Symposium Roster "Back to Media: How To Use Better What You Already Have"

pp. 877-884
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