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Cognitive Competence: Reality and Potential in the Deaf

  • Kevin J. Keane
  • Abraham J. Tannenbaum
  • Gary F. Krapf
Part of the Disorders of Human Learning, Behavior, and Communication book series (HUMAN LEARNING)

Abstract

How we come to know the world around us and our place in it is a question that has baffled philosophers and fools alike from the earliest days of philosophy and foolishness. Nevertheless, educators are duty-bound to produce some kinds of operational answers in order to shape school policy, programs, curricula, and even classroom lessons which impact all learners. In the twentieth century, especially in post industrial Western cultures, a corollary pragmatic investigation has centered on ways to assess individual capacities for consuming and producing knowledge.

Keywords

Handicapped Learner Deaf Child Impaired Child Cognitive Competence Deaf Individual 
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  • Kevin J. Keane
  • Abraham J. Tannenbaum
  • Gary F. Krapf

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