Deaf Education Grad Courses (EDHH)

Deaf Education Grad Courses (EDHH)

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EDHH 5556 Psychosocial Aspects of Deafness: 3 semester hours.

Psychological, educational and social influences of the hearing community on deaf persons and the structure of the deaf community as a socio-cultural entity

EDHH 6607 Directed Observation in Education of the Deaf: 1 semester hour.

Directed observations at multiple levels and reporting of casual interactions and diagnostic/intervention approaches by instructor with Deaf or hard of hearing individuals (minimal 150 clock hours). May be repeated up to 3 credits

EDHH 6608 Communication Practicum: 2 semester hours.

Supervised experiences applying research and theory to language intervention practices for Deaf or hard of hearing individuals. May be repeated up to 6 credits

EDHH 6609 Teaching Internship in Deaf Education: 1-3 semester hour.

Directed classroom and clinical teaching experience with Deaf or hard of hearing students under supervision. Minimum 250 clock hours at the level specialization. May be repeated up to 6 credits. Graded S/U. PREREQ: Approved application

EDHH 6627 Literacy Curriculum in Deaf Education: 3 semester hours.

Theory, research and practices for teaching and assessing written language for Deaf and hard of hearing students. Applications of principles of language acquisition to reading and writing

EDHH 6628 Curriculum Organization in Deaf Education: 3 semester hours.

Organizing, adapting and implementing curriculum across all areas to meet the special needs of Deaf or hard of hearing students. Includes assessment, behavior management, instructional technology, and individualized planning

EDHH 6637 Foundations of Deaf Education: 2 semester hours.

A comprehensive study of the philosophies and theories that influence current practice and research in the education of Deaf or hard of hearing students

EDHH 6651 Field Project or Case Study in Deaf Education: 1-3 semester hour.

A field project or case study is completed in conjunction with the field internship and/or education scenario. Written report and oral explication required. May be repeated up to 6 credits. Graded S/U

EDHH 6658 Teaching Language to the Deaf: 3 semester hours.

Students gain theoretical and practical knowledge in the evaluation and habilitation of language/communication problems in Deaf and hard of hearing children and adolescents

EDHH 6659 Teaching Academic Subjects to the Deaf: 3 semester hours.

Students gain theoretical and practical knowledge of how to teach academic subjects to the Deaf and hard of hearing children and individuals

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