hearing pedagogy


Batson's work with ENFI at Gallaudet is an important touchstone when discussing writing instruction with deaf, hearing impaired and mixed classes of hearing and deaf students. Once I realized I was reaching the limits of my own pedagogical patterns - once I heard the audist tendencies in my voice - I began to look for writing that might help me move beyond these accustomed metaphors and patterns. Batson's history of development of ENFI describes an important contribution to computers and writing in general and to Daedalus in particular.

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