Student study habits using notes from a speech-to-text support service

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Title: Student study habits using notes from a speech-to-text support service
Author: Elliot, Lisa; Foster, Susan; Stinson, Michael
Abstract: Thirty-six mainstreamed high school and college students who are deaf and hard of hearing received notes from a speech-to-text support service called C-Print. The students, 26 classroom teachers, and 10 teachers of the deaf were interviewed about their perceptions of how students use their notes to study. Consistent with research on hearing students, high school students in this study typically would read the notes only, while college students used multiple study strategies with the notes. Teachers tended not to know how their students used their notes for studying, and they were sometimes reluctant to teach students about effective not usage. This study supports the idea that both students and teachers could benefit from further instruction on note usage and study skills.
Record URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1850/6001
Date: 2002

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