Deaf Culture in the Classroom

By Jean F. Andrews Is Deaf culture an important tool in the literacy classroom in Deaf education? Many who work closely with Deaf colleagues – and many reading teachers – say “Yes.” These people utilize this tool, when building their practical instructional models. Deaf culture serves as a strong support mechanism in teaching both ASL […]

Rate this:

Marsha Graham Speaks Out on Juvenile Crime

[Editor’s Note: Marsha Graham is one of my favorite Supporter Contributors, and a very dear friend. Without her help, I never would have gotten started learning ASL, and she’s been a cornerstone of aid and comfort to DeafInPrison.com, since we launched. This piece was originally a comment she wrote to the post┬áJuvenile Crimes – Our […]

Rate this:

Juvenile Delinquency: Ways of Solution

By Supporter Contributor Paul Smith [Editor’s Note: As regular readers of DeafInPrison.com are aware, we are always on the lookout for writers and contributors who want to support our work – as we support theirs. If you have an opinion on any of our topics – even an opposing one to our own, please contact […]

Rate this: