Technologies Used in Education of Hearing Impaired Individuals
Keywords:Hearing impaired, hearing impaired individuals, education, technology.
It is very important to provide proper and appropriate education for the hearing impaired individuals. Today, it appears that using only traditional teaching methods is not sufficient for the education of hearing-impaired individuals. The use of modern technology makes training for hearing-impaired individuals more useful. Looking at the literature, it is seen that there are a limited number of studies on the comprehensive use of technologies used in the education of hearing impaired individuals. In this context, the aim of this study is to examine the technologies used in the training of hearing impaired individuals. In this study, document analysis method was used as a qualitative research method. The findings of the study were presented as technologies that contribute to the development of academic and linguistic skills of hearing impaired individuals. Prospects for further research and application were given in the light of the findings.
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