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Hearing-Impaired Students’ Intellectual Styles and Their Influence, Distinctive and Shared Characteristics with Hearing Students, by Sanyin Cheng - electronic bk

Summary
This book is the first on the implications of intellectual styles for higher education of students with hearing impairment. It provides a systematic delineation for intellectual styles of students with hearing impairment in comparison with students without hearing impairment. It takes an initial step to present the analysis concerning the mediating role of intellectual styles in the relationships between personal factors and student developmental outcomes
Table Of Contents
Introduction -- Two Intellectual Styles of Students with Hearing impairment -- Three Validating Verbal Inventories Through Test Accommodations Among Students with Hearing Impairment -- Style Overlap -- Style Malleability -- Style Value -- The Mediating Function of Intellectual Styles -- Stylistic Similarities and Differences of Students With and Without Hearing Impairment -- Conclusions
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Edition
1st ed. 2023.
Physical Description
1 online resource (188 pages), illustrations
Specific Material Designation
remote
Form Of Item
online
Isbn
9789811988103

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