In South Africa, Pretoria’s Eduplex (Educational Complex) is a mainstream school for the spoken-language needs of children with hearing issues, its classrooms having planned acoustics and optimised technology for learning.
Read more: Changing Deaf Education In South Africa
Five children in each class are deaf, with their classmates benefiting from the school’s strong emphasis on language-development and listening skills.
- Good Acoustics In Schools Make Learning Easier
- Preparing Kids For Mainstream Settings
- Teacher’s Assumptions: Kids With Hearing Issues