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A Specialized and Qualified Tutoring Process: Focusing on the K-12 Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students Individual Needs Jeanine Roybal

A Specialized and Qualified Tutoring Process: Focusing on the K-12 Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students Individual Needs

Jeanine Roybal

Published September 24th 2012
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Bachelor Thesis from the year 2011 in the subject Pedagogy - Orthopaedagogy and Special Education, grade: -, Regis University-ColoradoRegis University-Colorado, course: Community Interpreting for the Deaf: Capstone, language: English, abstract:MoreBachelor Thesis from the year 2011 in the subject Pedagogy - Orthopaedagogy and Special Education, grade: -, Regis University-ColoradoRegis University-Colorado, course: Community Interpreting for the Deaf: Capstone, language: English, abstract: Rigorous analysis emphasizes the critical need (while providing the credentials required) for creating a best practice tutoring curriculum process for deaf and hard of hearing( d/hoh) American K-12 special education students. Identifying the unique and individual learning needs and styles of these students is the crux of curriculum development. The creating of a theoretical process for a consistently varying and situational dependent need has not been developed or implemented in this current educational field. This project successfully presents a twenty-first century best practice tutoring curriculum process that converges limited research from the past with the practices in the present- while moralistically holding space for future academic needs to be addressed. This work addresses the current special education crisis by synthesizing and expanding existing mental models in order to develop a successful best practice tutoring curriculum development process that will be repetitively and accurately implemented with appropriate training.