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Strategies To Address Educational Needs Of Students Who Are Deaf Or Hard Of Hearing, Marion Shields, Madelyn Lennox Nov 2017

Strategies To Address Educational Needs Of Students Who Are Deaf Or Hard Of Hearing, Marion Shields, Madelyn Lennox

TEACH Journal of Christian Education

This paper addresses some of the educational needs of students with hearing impairments, for this group has unique learning needs especially in relation to language acquisition. Throughout the course of history there have been two dominant approaches to deaf education, oral (speech) and manual (sign language). Despite conflicting opinions between medical professionals and educators in the field of Deaf education, current research suggests that flexibility and an openness to utilise a combination according to the individual needs of the students is the best approach to forming language proficiency. This paper will use these findings to suggest a holistic range of ...


Editorial, Graeme Perry Jul 2016

Editorial, Graeme Perry

TEACH Journal of Christian Education

No abstract provided.


Some Lesson In Leadership Learnt In My 44 Years In Education, Ross Ecclestone Jan 2014

Some Lesson In Leadership Learnt In My 44 Years In Education, Ross Ecclestone

TEACH Journal of Christian Education

In this brief article I seek not to canvass or decry

the latest theories of management, but to draw

together the strands of what seem to me, after 44

years, to be the essence of practical leadership.


Models Of Christian Education, John Collier Jan 2013

Models Of Christian Education, John Collier

TEACH Journal of Christian Education

In early 21st century Australia, proponents of Christian faith are in an Acts (Acts 17:6,22 NIV) situation: we contend amidst the smorgasbord of multiple faiths and designer spiritualities, where any sense that Christian faith is privileged by culture, history or exclusive truth claims, is rapidly eroding. In this multi-faith, pluralistic and the increasingly secular environment, we are ironically surrounded, like Paul in ancient Athens, with many Gods, mostly of a secular nature. The Christian church needs to discover effective ways to communicate the unchanging truth of the Gospel into a society which is undergoing rapid change in its ...


Give Them Some Truth, James Standish Jan 2012

Give Them Some Truth, James Standish

TEACH Journal of Christian Education

No abstract provided.