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Language Diversity Among Deaf Children Prescribes Differences in Learning and Insruction

Poster Session V - Board: V-108
Saturday, May 23, 2009, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Golden Gate Exhibit Hall

Thomas E. Allen
Gallaudet University

Kenneth Reimer
Gallaudet University

Richard Latini
Gallaudet University

Classroom and individual-level data on 36,710 deaf and hard of hearing students are analyzed through a socio-cultural lens that focuses on the interconnectedness of family language (visual and spoken) and classroom experience. Decision-tree models clarify salient population subgroups.

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