Childrens’ speech and spoken-word recognition skills can influence their mainstream school placement, according to new research from Tel Aviv University. Early detection of hearing issues and intervention strategies are confirmed in this research as vital preparation for the childrens’ education.
Notably, the study concluded that hearing and deaf children benefit from being in one classroom, when supports and teaching strategies are in place. To avoid pupils feeling isolated, try a class “buddy” system in the room and ask group-workers to think about their communication when collaborating.
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