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Teaching deaf students with additional disabilities

What are the experiences of educators teaching deaf students with additional disabilities? How should training for teachers improve?
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What are the experiences of educators teaching deaf students with additional disabilities? What implications does this have for how to train future deaf education teachers? This study conducted surveys, focus groups, and individual interviews with U.S. teachers. The teachers taught deaf and hard of hearing students from primary school through secondary school. Teachers reported that their training program did not prepare them for teaching deaf students with additional disabilities.

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