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The author an experienced educator in technology and of learners who experience barriers to learning explores how digital video conferencing (DVC) supports the teaching and learning of Deaf learners thus providing access to an appropriate curriculum.
Whilst there are policies addressing the educational needs of the Deaf in South Africa, there are still gaps between policy and practice, as a result there are not enough visible results that ensure equal access and equal opportunities.
The lack of visual educational technologies that support the delivery of instruction in schools for the Deaf in South Africa create barriers to effective teaching and learning.
This research examines whether digital video conferencing enhances the teaching and learning of Deaf.
The findings will be used to make recommendations for improving the teaching and learning strategies in Deaf education.
Vasidevan holds a Masters degree in Teacher Education and has researched the technologies and strategies to improve teacher education and training.He has 29 yrs.
experience and skills in this sector from Educator – HOD - Principal and Provincial coordinator.He is currently a lecturer at the University Witwatersrand
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