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Opportunities Education Specialist Deaf/Hard of Hearing Program Qualifications: Master's in education of deaf/hard of hearing students or related field, and a minimum of two years teaching experience with students who are deaf/hard of hearing (3 through 21) and their families. Duties: Provide technical assistance to district staff, students, and parents. Salary: DOE Contact: Betty Barats, Program Administration, Special Education Service Agency, 2217 E. Tudor Road, Suite 1, Anchorage, AK 99507 (907) 562-7372. Doctoral Fellowships In Deaf, Deaf/LD, or LD Beginning Fall 1993 University of Kansas Medical Center is offering a leadership preparation program that includes three specialized options which combine Deaf and Learning Disabilities, Deaf or Learning Disabilities into doctoral programs to prepare students to assume positions as teacher educator, researcher, supervisor/manager and clinician. Stipend support for full-time study is available Fall 1993. For information contact Dr. Barbara Luetke-Stahlman, Director of Deaf Education Programs, University of KansasMC , Hearing and Speech/Deaf Education, 3031 H.B. Miller Bldg., 3901 Rainbow Blvd., Kansas City, KS 66l60; (913) 588-5750 (V/TDD); KUMC is an equal opportunity/equal access university. Erratum: Table 2 in the article "Social Support, Motivation , Language, and Interaction," which appeared in the March 1993 issue (Vol. 138, p. 23) oÃ- American Annals of the Deaf, contained a misspelled word. A corrected version of the table appears here. Table 2 Dyadic Global Ratings: Standardized Regression Coefficients, Multiple f?s, and fi"2s, for the Deaf and Hearing Infants Note. »Multiple R =.88; Rz = .78. "Multiple R-- .53;ñ2 = ,29. ...


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