- Title Pages
- 1 Educating Deaf Students in a Global Context
- 2 Being a Deaf Student
- 3 When You’re Not Average, Be(come) Excellent
- 4 Responding to Cultural and Linguistic Diversity Among Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Learners
- 5 Research on Language Development
- 6 Awareness of Hong Kong Sign Language and Manually Coded Chinese by Deaf Students Learning in a Sign Bilingual and Co-enrollment Setting
- 7 Literacy and Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students
- 8 Developing Numeracy in Individuals Who Are Deaf and Hard of Hearing
- 9 Language Assessment of Deaf Learners
- 10 Issues of Access and Validity in Standardized Academic Assessments for Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing
- 11 Deaf Children’s Executive Functions
- 12 Social-Cognition for Learning as a Deaf Student
- 13 Social Relations of Deaf Learners
- 14 Reciprocity in School Peer Relationships of Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Early Adolescents
- 15 Stress Among Children Who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing and Their Families
- 16 The Role of the Environment in Children’s Emotion Socialization
- 17 Social Relations, Mental Health, and Deaf Learners
- 18 Enhancing Emergent Literacy in Preschool Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Children Through Interactive Reading
- 19 Language Skills and Literacy of Deaf Children in the Era of Cochlear Implantation
- 20 EmotionWeb
- 21 Benefits of Technology-Enhanced Learning for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students
- 22 Click and Start Learning!
- 23 Enhancing Academic and Social Outcomes
- 24 Classroom Adaptations for Effective Learning by Deaf Students
- 25 Curriculum Design in Dutch Deaf Education
- 26 Re-Envisioning Learning and Teaching in Deaf Education
- 27 Educating Deaf Learners in the 21st Century
Click and Start Learning!
Click and Start Learning!
Innovative Development Programs for Professionals
- (p.503) 22 Click and Start Learning!
- Educating Deaf Learners
Chantal Gervedink Nijhuis
- Oxford University Press
Development programs in education are aimed at preparing professionals for their roles in facilitating and supporting learners in their own learning process. In these development programs, professionals can also be introduced to and educated in innovative ways of teaching and learning. Some years ago, Royal Dutch Kentalis began integrating e-learning and multimedia applications in its in-service development programs, including the programs for professionals in deaf education. This chapter describes how Royal Dutch Kentalis has incorporated e-learning and multimedia into its in-service development programs. Special attention is paid to the development and implementation of an innovative, blended learning module for learning sign language according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. The setup of the module and the learning results thus far are presented and discussed.
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