Student perceptions and instructional effectiveness of deaf and hearing teachers.

Abstract

The study examined the views of deaf and hard of hearing secondary-level students when asked about their preferences for deaf vs. hearing teachers. It also compared elementary- and secondary-level students' achievement scores based on the hearing status of their teachers. Deaf and hard of hearing secondary-level students showed greater preference for deaf teachers, with deaf students showing greater preference for deaf teachers than hard of hearing students did. No significant differences were found in the achievement levels of students based on differences in teacher hearing status. The study supports the limited research done in the past.

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@article{Roberson2000StudentPA, title={Student perceptions and instructional effectiveness of deaf and hearing teachers.}, author={Justin Roberson and T S Serwatka}, journal={American annals of the deaf}, year={2000}, volume={145 3}, pages={256-62} }