Experts from a variety of disciplines—neuroscience, linguistics, bioethics, history, cultural studies, education, public policy, art and architecture—advance the concept of Deaf Gain, or the idea that society gains much from the deaf people who populate it, and challenge assumptions about what is normal. Simultaneous. Hardcover available. 521 pp.
Practical advice and tips for teachers in all stages in their career includes mindfulness techniques to help manage stress and burn-out. Drawing on her many years' experience as an elementary and middle school principal, the author addresses many common challenges teachers face and shares strategies for enhanced communication with students, parents and colleagues. Original. 120 pp.
The authors focus on district leadership, principal leadership and team leadership and address how individual teachers can be most effective in leading students. Simultaneous. Hardcover available. 248 pp.
Presenting a qualitative study of deaf and hard-of-hearing students who attended mainstream schools, this study focuses on improving the educational environment of future students. Drawing from focus groups and individual respondents, these empowering stories clearly demonstrate that no deaf or hard-of-hearing student should be educated alone. Original. 250 pp.
The academy may claim to seek and value diversity in its professoriate, but reports from faculty of color around the country make it clear that departments and administrators discriminate in ways that range from unintentional to malignant. Simultaneous. Hardcover available. 332 pp.