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Deaf educators have largely been excluded from Deaf education, at great cost to Deaf people. For the first time in 260 years, an entire book recognizes the contributions of these educators.
This ground-breaking first volume in a planned series looks
at the “unrecognized curriculum” offered over the years by Deaf educators who
knew “the Deaf way.”
Revealing six levels of Deaf student development, the book
covers early language acquisition through Deaf students learning how to live
well in the world.
Pedagogies, or teaching methods, may be “universal” across
the globe, even though Deaf communities and education systems have evolved
separately from each other.
An engrossing book, The Unrecognized Curriculum
challenges the status quo and dreams of Deaf education that is Deaf-centered
A must-read for anyone involved in Deaf education, parents
of a Deaf child, Deaf adults who survived a broken education system, or those
interested in signed languages and cultures.