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Conductive hearing loss in children and young people - Online Webinar Series - Free event

​Three-part Online Webinar Series Often undiagnosed hearing loss resulting from ear disease can impede learning and may affect long-term life outcomes. The inability to follow what is said at school affects understanding and leads children to be non¬-responsive. Further, particular coping strategies of children with listening difficulties res...
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calendarOct 19
Systematic Review of Literature: Literacy Learning Strategies
Systematic Review of Literature: Literacy Learning Strategies for Children and Young People who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing and use Signed Language (Auslan)VDEI commissioned the University of Melbourne to undertake a systematic review of the lit... read more
calendarSep 07
The VDEI Assessment Protocol
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In April 2016 Associate Professor Margaret Brown, a Principal Fellow with Melbourne Graduate School of Education launched the VDEI Protocol for the Assessment of Students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing. The Protocol can be implemented with primary ... read more
calendarSep 07
Evaluation of the Victorian Deaf Education Institute C-Print Trial and Comparison of the C-Print and Real-time Captioning Trial
​Evaluation of the Victorian Deaf Education Institute C-Print TrialC-Print is a speech-to-text captioning technology and service developed at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID), Rochester Institute of Technology, New York. The syst... read more
calendarJan 16
VDEI PLP Participation Data 2016
​​ Each year VDEI collects data relating to participation in it's professional learning program. This data provides VDEI with valuable information that is essential for future planning and ongoing improvement to VDEI's provision ... read more
Systematic Review of Literature: Literacy Learning Strategies for Children and Young People who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing and use Signed Language (Auslan)VDEI commissioned the University of Melbourne to undertake a systematic review of the literature to identify the latest research related to literacy learning strategies for children and young people who are deaf or hard of hearing (DHH) and use Auslan. The purpose of this systematic review was to build a repository of articles that ...