1. Editorial
  2. Donald F. Moores
  3. pp. 395-396
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  1. Teachers’ Use and Perceptions of Progress Monitoring
  2. John L. Luckner, Sandy K. Bowen
  3. pp. 397-406
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  1. Codeswitching Techniques: Evidence-Based Instructional Practices for the ASL/English Bilingual Classroom
  2. Jean F. Andrews, Melissa Rusher
  3. pp. 407-424
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  1. Conceptually Based Vocabulary Intervention: Second Graders’ Development of Vocabulary Words
  2. Lisa M. Dimling
  3. pp. 425-448
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  1. Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children and Adolescents in China: Their Fears and Anxieties
  2. Huijun Li, Frances Prevatt
  3. pp. 458-466
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  1. Contributions of the Emergent Literacy Environment to Literacy Outcomes for Young Children Who Are Deaf
  2. Susan R. Easterbrooks, Amy R. Lederberg, Carol M. Connor
  3. pp. 467-480
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  1. Approaches to Teaching in Mainstream and Separate Postsecondary Classrooms
  2. Marc Marschark, John T. E. Richardson, Patricia Sapere, Thomastine Sarchet
  3. pp. 481-487
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  1. South African Deaf Education and the Deaf Community
  2. Claudine Storbeck, David Martin
  3. pp. 488-490
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  1. Factors Affecting Deaf Education in South Africa
  2. Ingrid Parkin
  3. pp. 490-493
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  1. Deaf Education in South Africa
  2. Lucas Magongwa
  3. pp. 493-496
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  1. Challenges and Resolutions for the Deaf Education Sector in South Africa
  2. Bruno Peter Nkosi Druchen
  3. pp. 496-498
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  1. The Teacher Experience: Deaf Education at Sizwile School: Challenges and Strengths
  2. Michelle Batchelor
  3. pp. 498-500
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  1. The Learner Experience: Reflections on Being a Graduate of the Education Program in South Africa
  2. Guy McIlroy
  3. pp. 500-502
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  1. Postgraduate Study for Deaf South Africans
  2. Claudine Storbeck
  3. pp. 502-503
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  1. The Postgraduate Deaf Experience
  2. Guy McIlroy
  3. pp. 503-504
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  1. Vocational Training in School Programs and Occupational Training at Colleges in South Africa
  2. Deon De Villiers
  3. pp. 504-506
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  1. eDeaf: An Employment Company Run by the Deaf for the Deaf
  2. Nazereen Captieux-Bhana
  3. pp. 506-507
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  1. Family 1: The Experiences of a University Student Who Is Deaf—A Child’s Perspective
  2. Lorato Rasebopye
  3. pp. 507-508
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  1. A Parent’s Perspective on Deaf Education in South Africa
  2. Dorothy Rasebopye
  3. pp. 508-509
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  1. Family 2: An Afrikaans Vrou’s [Woman’s] Perspective on Deaf Education in South Africa—A Child’s Perspective
  2. Susanna Krige-Henderson
  3. pp. 509-511
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  1. Hearing Parents’ Perspective on Raising and Educating a Deaf Child
  2. Frans Krige
  3. pp. 511-512
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  1. Sport
  2. Albie Louw
  3. pp. 512-513
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  1. The Arts
  2. Tanya Surtees
  3. pp. 513-514
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  1. Spiritual Life of Deaf People in South Africa
  2. A. L. Smit
  3. pp. 514-516
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  1. The Jehovah’s Witness Experience
  2. Roy Cox
  3. p. 517
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  1. Mental Health and the Deaf Community
  2. A. L. Smit, Murdock Henderson
  3. pp. 517-518
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  1. Errata
  2. p. 519
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