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    A Hearing Teacher's Changing Role in Deaf Education

    Patricia J. Saylor
    The experience of a hearing teacher dedicated to learning and teaching about the deaf community is described. As founder and director of BRIDGES, a program aimed at building connections between the deaf culture and the hearing culture, the hearing teacher was able to determine the strengths and richness of the deaf community.

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    Winter 1992 Issue

    Abstracts

    Challenging Venerable Assumptions
    Literacy Instruction for Linguistically Different Students
    Maria de la Luz Reyes
    Teacher Research as a Way of Knowing
    Susan L. Lytle and Marilyn Cochran-Smith
    Labels, Literacy, and Enabling Learning
    Glenn's Story
    Colleen M. Fairbanks
    Teaching as a Profession
    The Rochester Case in Historical Perspective
    Christine E. Murray
    A Hearing Teacher's Changing Role in Deaf Education
    Patricia J. Saylor
    Teaching Narratives
    A Source for Faculty Development and Evaluation
    Diane R. Wood
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