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Title:Teaching students who have sensory disabilities
Collaborators:Friedman Narr, R., & Wormsley, D.
Publish Date:2013
Book:Research-based practices in special education
Citation: Chen, D., Friedman Narr, R., & Wormsley, D. (2013). Teaching students who have sensory disabilities. In B.G. Cook & M. Tankersley, M. (Eds.). Research-based practices in special education (pp.423-437). Boston, MA: Pearson.
Abstract:This chapter focuses on selected evidence-based practices for teaching students who are deaf and hard of hearing (DHH), blind or visually (BVI) impaired, and deaf-blind (DB). It discusses available research on the use of Visual Phonics with DHH students, braille with students who are BVI, and tangible symbols with students who are DB and identifies areas for future research. 
Keyphrases:visual phonics, braille, tangible symbols, deaf and hard of hearing, blind and visually impaired, deaf-blind.