Odyssey Magazine

2012 issue - Research to Practice

Digital download - Full Version Research to Practice 2012 Issue (Volume 13) Digital download - Odyssey Articles RESEARCH: HOW IT SUPPORTS TEACHING AND LEARNING By Natalie Zwerger and Elizabeth Greninger CURRICULUM MODIFICATION: MAKING STANDARDS ACCESSIBLE FOR DEAF STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES By Holly McBride and Matthew Goedecke THE "WHY" AND "HOW" OF AN ASL/ENGLISH BIMODAL BILINGUAL PROGRAM By Debra Berlin Nussbaum, Susanne Scott, and Laurene E. Simms AN ISSUE OF LEARNING: THE EFFECT OF VISUAL SPLIT ATTENTION IN CLASSES FOR DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING STUDENTS By Susan M. Mather and M. Diane Clark 

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2012 Odyssey Featured Articles

Research: How It Supports Teaching and Learning

By Natalie Zwerger and Elizabeth Greninger

Curriculum Modification: Making Standards Accessible for Deaf Students with Disabilities

By Holly McBride and Matthew Goedecke

The "Why" and "How" of an ASL/English Bimodal Bilingual Program

By Debra Berlin Nussbaum, Susanne Scott, and Laurene E. Simms

An Issue of Learning: The Effect of Visual Split Attention in Classes for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students

By Susan M. Mather and M. Diane Clark

Managing Behavior by Managing the Classroom: Making Learning Accessible for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders

By Christen A. Szymanski

In Search of "Best Practice": A Professional Journey

By Karen Martin

Research-Based Curriculum, Pedagogy, and Assessment in a Deaf Bilingual Program

By Laura Peterson

Curriculum Mapping and Research-Based Practice: Helping Students Find the Path to Full Potential

By Jennifer Herbold

Clues From Research: Effective Instructional Strategies Leading to Positive Outcomes for Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

By Susan R. Easterbrooks and Brenda H. Stephenson

Evidence and Evolution: Research and Teachers' Intuition Lead to a Bilingual Program

By Cathy Rhoten

Responding to NCLB in Alaska: A Three-Pronged, Teacher-Focused Approach Yields Success

By Jennifer Sees

Bringing Language to Life: Quest's TheatreBridge Enhances Learning in Class

By Tim McCarty and Linda Delk

Characteristics of an Effective Writing Literacy Program

By Candi Mascia Reed

Revolutions in the Science of Learning: A New View from a New Center

By Laura-Ann Petitto

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