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Bibliography - Supporting Deaf Pupils in Secondary Schools

Books

BATOD & NATED
Language of examinations (2nd ed)
BATOD, 2003
ISBN: 0903502097
Recommendations for the modification of examination papers for deaf candidates. It is also intended to allow teachers and support staff to become more familiar with the principles of modification.

Brown, Wendy
How to understand and support children with hearing difficulties
LDA, 2006
ISBN: 9781855034020
A practical guide for teachers and other school staff who support deaf pupils.

Cerney, Janet
Deaf education in America: voices of children from inclusion settings
Gallaudet University Press, 2007
ISBN: 9781563683626
A detailed examination of the complex issues surrounding the integration of deaf students into the general classroom

Deaf Ex-mainstreamers Group
Between a rock and a hard place
DEX, 2003
ISBN: 0954669908
Firsthand accounts of Deaf people's experiences at mainstream schools.

Deaf Ex-mainstreamers Group
Deaf toolkit: best value review of deaf children in education, from user's perspective
DEX, 2004
ISBN: 0954669916
An indepth report from a survey of mainstream pupils who are deaf in the UK focusing on social inclusion. Comparisons are drawn from Scandinavian countries and strong recommendations for the future of deaf education are listed.

Johnson, Robert E; Liddell, Scott K; Erting, Carol J
Unlocking the curriculum: principles for achieving access in deaf education
Gallaudet Research Institute, 1989
Gallaudet Research Institute Working paper 89-3

Mahshie, James; Moseley, Mary June; Lee, James; Scott, Susanne Manzi
Enhancing communication skills of deaf and hard of hearing children in the mainstream
Thomson, 2006
ISBN: 0769300995
Guide aimed at teachers and therapists dealing with deaf children in mainstream schools.

Moores, Donald F & Martin, David S (Eds)
Deaf learners: developments in curriculum and instruction
Gallaudet University Press, 2006
ISBN: 1563682850
Includes chapters on curriculum subject areas such as Maths, Science, Social studies and PE.

National Deaf Children's Society (NDCS)
What about me? a guide for mainstream teachers with deaf children in their classes
NDCS, 1989
Information about deaf children in mainstream schools and guidance on how the classroom situation can be best managed.

National Deaf Children's Society Scotland (NDCS)
My school in Scotland: a review of deaf pupils' experiences at mainstream schools
NDCS, 2001
ISBN: 0904691624
Transcript of interviews with deaf children in Scotland as part of the "My School" project.  Supplements the CD-ROM "My School in Scotland 2"

Oliva, Gina A
Alone in the mainstream: a deaf woman remembers public school
Gallaudet University Press, 2004
ISBN: 1563683008
Solitary Mainstream project surveyed deaf people who attended mainstream school and were mostly the only deaf person at that school. The author begins by briefly recounting her experience before drawing together the experiences of the people interviewed for the project.

Ratcliffe, Clara
Deaf friendly schools: a guide for head teachers, staff & school boards in Scotland
NDCS, 2001
ISBN: 0904691659
This booklet's aim is to stimulate and encourage staff to adopt positive attitudes towards deafness.

Royal National Institute for Deaf People (RNID)
Effective inclusion of deaf pupils into mainstream schools: education guidelines project
RNID, 2000
ISBN: 090063474X
Guidelines for teachers of the deaf and learning support assistants on working with deaf children in the classroom. Series: Education guidelines project

Royal National Institute for Deaf People (RNID)
Guidelines for mainstream teachers with deaf pupils in their class: education guidelines project
RNID, 2000
ISBN: 0900634766
Guidelines for mainstream teachers and classroom assistants on working with deaf children in the classroom. Series: Education guidelines project

Royal National Institute for Deaf People (RNID)
Inclusion strategies: supporting effective inclusion and attainment
RNID, 2004
ISBN: 1904296114
Practical advice for including deaf children in mainstream schools. Accompanied by a DVD-ROM for use with Windows-based PCs.

Royal National Institute for Deaf People (RNID)
Promoting access to the curriculum for deaf pupils: education guidelines project
RNID, 2001
ISBN 0900634901
Guidelines for teachers of the deaf and learning support assistants on working with deaf children in the classroom. Series: Education guidelines project

Wakefield, Virginia & Mackenzie, Suzanne
At the heart of inclusion: the role of specialist support for deaf pupils
RNID, 2005
Looks at the SEN support services for deaf pupils in mainstream schools. (England & Wales?)

Watson, Linda; Gregory, Susan; Powers, Stephen
Deaf and hearing impaired pupils in mainstream schools
David Fulton, 1999
ISBN: 1853465887 
A brief guide considering a wide range of issues concerned with teaching deaf children.

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DVDs

Birmingham City Council
Successfully including deaf/hearing impaired children in mainstream schools
Birmingham City Council, 2005
ISBN: 190518204X
Awareness materials for teachers of deaf children in mainstream classes. DVD video plus DVD-ROM supplementary material.

Ewing Foundation, The
Getting it right: effective use of a personal FM system in the classroom
Ewing Foundation, 2005
A training aid for teachers implementing FM systems in classrooms. DVD accompanied by booklet and photocopiable sheets.

National Deaf Children's Society (NDCS)
Go for it! Deaf awareness training DVD
NDCS, 2006
A short film plus games designed to increase awareness of lipreading and sign language for mainstream schools.

BECTA
See and hear: using ICT to support the inclusion of deaf pupils in mainstream schools
BECTA, 2005
Booklet accompanied by a CD-ROM containing video clips that illustrate the key issues of using ICT in mainstream with pupils who are deaf.  Series: Include ICT

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Articles

Antia, Shirin D; Jones, Patricia B; Reed, Susanne; Kreimeyer, Kathryn H
Academic status and progress of deaf and hard-of-hearing students in general education classrooms
Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education Summer 2009, Vol 14 (3), p293-311
The standardised achievement test results of 197 mild to profoundly deaf students in mainstream education were studied.
http://jdsde.oxfordjournals.org/

Boddis, Jessica
Are hearing-impaired students successful in mainstream education? What needs to be improved to achieve success?
Deaf Worlds 2007, Vol 23 (1), pS66-S91
Looks at student perception of mainstream education focussing on support and examinations.

Borders, Christina M; Barnett, David; Bauer, Anne M
How are they really doing? Observation of inclusionary classroom participation for children with mild-to-moderate deafness
Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education Fall 2010, Vol 15 (4), p348-357
A study of how 5 children with mild-to-moderate deafness participated in inclusive classroom settings.
http://jdsde.oxfordjournals.org/

Byrnes, Linda J
Listening to voices of students with disabilities: what do adolescents with hearing loss think about different educational settings?
Deafness and Education International June 2011, Vol 13 (2), p49-68
Children who are deaf were asked about their views on different educational settings.

Cambra, Cristina
Attitude of hearing students towards the integration of deaf students in the classroom
Deafness and Education June 1997, Vol 21 (2), p21-25
Survey of hearing pupils' attitudes to inclusion of deaf pupils in their classroom. Data collected from 23 schools in Spain.

Fortnum, Heather; Stacey, Paula; Barton, Garry; Summerfield, A Quentin
National evaluation of support options for deaf and hearing-impaired children: relevance to education services
Deafness and Education International 2007, Vol 9 (3), p120-130
Reports on a large survey of support options for deaf children in education services.

Hadjikakou, Kika; Petridou, Lenia; Stylianou, Chryso
Evaluation of the support services provided to deaf children attending secondary general schools in Cyprus
Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education Spring 2005, Vol 10 (2), p203-211
A major study of the support services available to deaf children in mainstream secondary schools in Cyprus.
http://jdsde.oxfordjournals.org/

Hopwood, Vicky & Gallaway, Clare
Evaluating the linguistic experience of a deaf child in a mainstream class: a case study
Deafness and Education International 1999, Vol 1 (3), p172-187
Looks at the spoken language input for a deaf child in a mainstream classroom focussing on the extent to which the child is able to participate in classroom activities. Various teaching situations over a period are analysed, contrasting communication between the child and teachers or assistants.

Hung, Hsin-Ling & Paul, Peter V
Inclusion of students who are deaf or hard of hearing: secondary school hearing students' perspectives
Deafness and Education International 2006, Vol 8 (2), p62-74
Report from research into deaf students perspectives of inclusion within mainstream settings.

Hyde, Merv & Power, Des
Inclusion of deaf students: an examination of definitions of inclusion in relation to findings of a recent Australian study of deaf students in regular classes
Deafness and Education International 2004, Vol 6 (2), p82-99
A study of inclusion practices in Australia where mainstreaming of deaf students is prevalent.

Jarvis, Joy & Iantaffi, Alessandra
"Deaf people don't dance": challenging student teachers' perspectives of pupils and inclusion
Deafness and Education International 2006, Vol 8 (2), p75-87
Report from research into student teachers' perspectives of inclusion of deaf pupils within mainstream settings.

Lynas, Wendy; Lewis, Sue; Hopwood, Vicky
Supporting the education of deaf children in mainstream schools
Deafness and Education June 1997, Vol 21 (2), p41-45
Study into the role of the teacher of the deaf in mainstream schools.

McKee, Rachel Locker
"As one deaf person to another": Deaf paraprofessionals in mainstream schools
Deaf Worlds 2005, Vol 21 (1), p1-48
In New Zealand Deaf adults have only had roles in schools for the last ten years.  This reports on a study of the first cohort of Deaf paraprofessionals working in mainstream schools.

Monkman, Helen & Baskind, Sue
Are assistants effectively supporting hearing-impaired children in mainstream schools
Deafness and Education February 1998, Vol 22 (1), p15-22
Study of classroom assistants supporting deaf pupils in one local authority.  Records perceptions from class teachers, peripatetic teachers and the Head of Service, as well as the assistant themselves of their role.

Punch, Renée & Hyde, Merv B
Social participation and career decision-making of hard-of-hearing adolescents in regular classes
Deafness and Education International 2005, Vol 7 (3), p122-138
Looks at the social experiences of teenagers who use oral/aural methods of communication compared with hearing peers in mainstream education settings.

Reed, Susanne; Antia, Shirin D; Kreimeyer, Kathryn H
Academic status of deaf and hard-of-hearing students in public schools: student, home, and service facilitators and detractors
Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education Fall 2008, Vol 13 (4), p485-502
A study of the factors that affect deaf children in mainstream education that can help them or hinder them in their academic successes.
http://jdsde.oxfordjournals.org/

Remine, Maria D; Care, Esther; Grbic, Melissa
Deafness, teacher-of-the-deaf support and self-concept in Australian deaf students
Deafness and Education International 2009, Vol 11 (3), p116-131
Looks at how deaf children's concept of self is affected by several variables such as age of diagnosis, degree of hearing loss and frequency of visits by teachers of the deaf.

Richardson, John T E; Marschark, Marc; Sarchet, Thomastine; Sapere, Patricia
Deaf and hard-of-hearing students' experiences in mainstream and separate postsecondary education
Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education Fall 2010, Vol 15 (4), p358-382
Looks at the differences between deaf students studying post-secondary courses on mainstream courses and those on programs delivered solely to deaf students. (Students attending NTID or RIT)
http://jdsde.oxfordjournals.org/

Sari, Hakan
Influence of an in-service teacher training (INSET) programme on attitudes towards inclusion by regular classroom teachers who teach deaf students in primary schools in Turkey
Deafness and Education International 2007, Vol 9 (3), p131-146
Study of the effects of inservice training to improve attitudes of mainstream teachers to teaching deaf pupils.

Trezek, Beverly J & Malmgren, Kimber W
Efficacy of utilizing a phonics treatment package with middle school deaf and hard-of-hearing students
Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education Summer 2005, Vol 10 (3), p256-271
Using phonics to improve literacy for deaf pupils.
http://jdsde.oxfordjournals.org/

Wamae, Gertrude M I & Kang’ethe-Kamau, Rachael W
Concept of inclusive education: teacher training and acquisition of English language in the hearing impaired
British Journal of Special Education March 2004, Vol 31 (1), p33-40
Discusses the relationships between language, hearing impairment and inclusion in the Kenyan context. The use of signed exact English is recommended to enhance opportunities for inclusion.

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Websites

Waldron, Karen; Steer, Michael; Bhargava, Dolly
Teaching children with sensory impairments: strategies for mainstream teachers
Trinity University n.d.
http://www.trinity.edu/org/sensoryimpairments/index.htm An online publication of 2 manuals (Deaf & VI) aimed at mainstream teachers who are dealing with children who have visual impairments or are deaf.  Web only, see URL.
http://www.trinity.edu/org/sensoryimpairments/index.htm