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Appendix A «„ΛΛ« « , , PROGRAM SYMPOSIUM on RESEARCH AND UTILIZATION OF EDUCATIONAL MEDIA FOR TEACHING THE DEAF "BACK TO MEDIA: HOW TO USE BETTER WHAT YOU ALREADY HAVE" National Conference Sponsored by the Captioned Films and Telecommunications Branch Division of Media Services Bureau of Education for the Handicapped and THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA - LINCOLN TEACHERS COLLEGE MEDIA DEVELOPMENT PROJECT FOR THE HEARING IMPAIRED BARKLEY MEMORIAL CENTER In Cooperation With University of Nebraska - Lincoln Division of Continuing Studies April 8, 9, 10, 1980 NEBRASKA CENTER FOR CONTINUING EDUCATION Lincoln, Nebraska Support for this conference has been provided by Captioned Films and Telecommunications Branch, Division of Media Services, Bureau of Education for the Handicapped, U.S. Office of Education, Department of Heath, Education, and Welfare, Washington, D.C, under contract number 300-77-0430. 868 A.A.D. I September 1980 Program TUESDAY, April 8 7:45 a.m. Registration, Conference Lobby Coffee, Conference Lobby 8:45 a.m. GENERAL SESSION I, AUDITORIUM Welcome: Dr. Robert E. Stepp, Jr., Projed Director Media Development Projed for the Hearing Impaired Dr. Malcolm Norwood, Chief Captioned Films and Telecommunications Branch 9:00 a.m. LEARNING THEORY AND THEORY OF INSTRUCTION REVISITED Dr. W. C. Meierhenry Chairman, Department of Adult & Continuing Education, Professor, Department of Educational Administration University of Nebraska - Lincoln 10:00 a.m. CONCURRENT PRESENTATION—Session I 10:00 a.m. 10:45 a.m. 11:30 a.m. SUPER 8 IN THE ELEMENTARY North Platte Room CLASSROOM Mrs. Roberta Borrón, Teacher Texas School for the Deaf TELEVISION CAPTIONING AT THE Kearney Room CLARKE SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF Ms. GaU Canon, Media Diredor The Clarke School for the Deaf ENGLISH REMEDIATION AND THE OLDER York Room DEAF STUDENT: THE COMPUTER AS A TOOL Mr. David Dolman, Language SpedaUst Hearing Impaired Program WilUam Rainey Harper College THE INTERRELATIONSHIP OF LIBRARY- Norfolk Room MEDIA CURRICULUM AND READING AT THE ROCHESTER SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF Ms. Patrida K. Heffernan, Curriculum Coordinator Mr. Garry J. Loysen, Coordinator of Library-Media Services Ms. Rhonda Parrish, Reading SpedaUst Rodiester School for the Deaf THE TELETYPEWRITER AND THE Fremont Room VIDEOTAPE RECORDER: MEDIA EQUIPMENT THAT TAP STUDENT RESOURCES Ms. Edythe Lyon, Teacher - Hearing Impaired Ms. Joan Ruberry, Teacher - Hearing Impaired Boltz Junior High School, Poudre School Distrid R-I VIDEODISC UPDATE Scottsbluff Room Dr. George Propp, Assodate Diredor A.A.D. / September 1980 869 Program Dr. Gwen Nugent, Instructional Designer for Videodisc Mrs. Casey Stone, Script and Caption Writer Media Development Projed for the Hearing Impaired 12:15 p.m. Luncheon, Omaha Room 1:30 p.m. GENERAL SESSION II, AUDITORIUM TEACHER EDUCATION: ITS FORM AND FUTURE Dr. Ronald G. Joekel Assodate Dean, Teachers College Assodate Professor, Secondary Education University of Nebraska - Lincoln 2:30 p.m. Coffee, Conference Lobby 3:00 p.m. CONCURRENT PRESENTATION—Session II 3:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. THE DEVELOPMENT OF INDEPENDENT Kearney Room AUDITORY TRAINING ACTIVITIES FOR SEVERELY AND PROFOUNDLY DEAF STUDENTS USING AUDIOVISUAL EQUIPMENT Ms. Janet Bloom Teacher, Upper School Department The Clarke School for the Deaf CREATING VISUAL MATERIALS FOR North Platte Room MULTI-HANDICAPPED DEAF LEARNERS Ms. Susan Brosmith, Classroom Teacher Ms. Carole Hack, Media SpedaUst Ulinois School for the Deaf USE OF VIDEOTAPE IN PARENT EDUCATION York Room Ms. Judith F. Evans, Preschool Teacher Mr. Robert Taylor, Director of IMC New York School for the Deaf, White Plaints SWITCHED-ON LEARNING: EDUCATION Norfolk Room THROUGH MODERN MEDIA Ms. Ginger Stevenson Media SpedaUst Arizona School for the Deaf and the Blind "HOW ABOUT THAT!": T.V. PROGRAMS Fremont Room FOR DEAF STUDENTS Ms. Sarah Raymond Pre-College Programs/GaUaudet College MATERIALS FOR THE SEVERELY HANDICAPPED Scottsbluff Room Ms. Barbara McLean, Director Media Materials Center for the Severely Handicapped 6:30 p.m. Banquet, Omaha Room 870 A.A.D. I September 1980 Program 7:45 p.m. CONCURRENT PRESENTATION—Session III 7:45 p.m. 8:30 p.m. 9:15 p.m. CLOSED-CAPTIONING: TODAY & Kearney Room TOMORROW Dr. Barry Cronin Diredor, Captioning Operations - East National Captioning Institute, Inc. THE USE OF VIDEOTAPING FOR SELF- York Room EVALUATION IN PARENT TRAINING Dr. Margery N. Somers, Program Supervisor, Preschool Department KendaU Demonstration Elementary School SUPERIMPOSING VISUAL...


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