Browsing All posts tagged under »education«

Ed Stevens: How using Ai-Media’s remote captioning service transformed my studies

October 13, 2014


For more information about our supporter Ai-Media’s remote captioning services, click here: I have always been interested in the natural […]

Anonymous: How my son benefited from accessing his education with skilled sign language support

June 11, 2014


Deaf children in education have a variety of experiences, and not all of them good. With national cuts to services, […]

The Secret Deafie: The teacher who embarrassed me in front of the class

June 6, 2014


The Secret Deafie is a series of anonymous columns written by different writers. This dates back to years ago when […]

Who cares about deaf students in higher education? A notetaker’s (anonymous) perspective

April 29, 2014


Below is an anonymous article by a notetaker who works with deaf students in higher education. Sometimes, stuck between a […]

Ian Noon: Five random reflections on deaf life at mainstream primary school

March 12, 2014


I spent most of last week musing on life at primary school. I do love a good amble down memory […]

Ni Gallant: To speak or sign at university – my dilemma

February 27, 2014


So recently I’ve been debating with myself over what I like to term the ‘to speak or not to speak’ […]

Phoebe Tay: The lessons I learnt from Ceilidh O’Sullivan’s work with Deaf children in Uganda

January 31, 2014


It all started with an e-mail in 2009. Ceilidh had finished high school. She was working as a teacher aide […]

Becky Fenton-Ree: I’m an expert in BSL, but how did I fare when I went to American Sign Language class?

December 11, 2013


For the first time in twenty five years, I am not an active member of a Deaf Community and I’m […]

Deaf News: Donaldson’s Deaf School in Scotland ordered to improve its leadership

December 5, 2013


The Herald Scotland has reported: SCOTLAND’S national deaf school has been ordered to improve its leadership after inspectors found important […]

Staci Jones: Why it’s hard, being a Deafie

November 8, 2013


As a hard of hearing person living  in the 21st century, I consider myself rather lucky in terms of care […]