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1 Author: Dr. Sam Slike Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania Date submitted to deafed.net – February 7, 2006 To contact the author for permission to use this PowerPoint, please e-mail: sslike@bloomu.edu sslike@bloomu.edu To use this PowerPoint presentation in its entirety, please give credit to the author.

2 History of the Education of the Deaf 74.201 History, Education and Guidance of the Deaf/Hard of Hearing Dr. Slike

3 Ancient Times Religious Restrictions

4 Classical Greek and Rome Aristotle Romans Justinian Code Spartans

5 15th Century Rudolphus Agricola

6 16th Century Jerome Cardin (Gilrolamo Cardano) Ponce de Leon Velasco Family Ponce de Leon

7 17th Century Juan Pablo Bonet Sir Kenelm Digby William Holder John Wallis George Dalgarno Johann Konrad Amman

8 18th Century Henry Baker Jacob Rodriguez Pereire Abbe Carlos Miguel de lEppe Samuel Heinicke Thomas Braidwood Dr. Jean Marc Gaspard Itard

9 19th Century Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet Abbe Roch Ambroise Sicard Laurent Clerc John Baptist Graser Fredierick Hill Joseph Watson Francis Green John Stanford Colonel Bolling and John Braidwood Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet

10 19th Century (cont.) Horace Mann and Samuel Howe Gardner Green Hubbard and John Clarke 1880 Conference in Milan 1880 Founding of NAD Edward Miner Gallaudet Amos Kendall Alexander Graham Bell

11 1880 Conference of Milan Many people represented supported the pure oral method Resolutions passed: Speech was superior to signing, therefore in order to restore deaf mutes to society the oral method should be preferred Signing and speaking was a hindrance to learning speech, lip reading and the grasping of ideas, therefore teachers should use the pure oral method

12 1880 Founding of National Association of the Deaf (NAD)

13 Establishment of Organizations CEASD A.G. Bell CED NAD RID CAID

14 Max Goldstein Mildred Groht Edith Fitzgerald Alice Streng R. Orin Cornett Daniel Ling Baker & Cokely Helen Beebe William Stokoe

15 1988 Deaf President Now

16 Whats Next? Whats Next? Cochlear Implants Sound Field Systems Technology Hair Cell Regeneration Human Genome Project Other Trends? ………..


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