Teachers of the deaf
Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
Programs and magazines celebrating the 300th birthday of Abbé de l’Épée during 2012.
The collection consists of artwork by David Call, including a hand carved linocut black block print titled Breakthrough and a multicolored prismacolor drawing titled The Great Convergence. The linocut depicts Abbé L'Epée and two butterflies (two sisters) using sign language to communicate. The drawing depicts two sailboats on the sea intersecting to form a butterfly.
Materials donated by Edna Sayers relating to her publications about literature and the Deaf, and VHS tapes of Deaf performances.
Collection consists of four volumes of anthologies compiled by NTID professors Eileen Biser and Rose Marie Toscano from Liberal Studies Department to supplement course curriculum. Anthologies are Poems, Drama and two of Short Stories.
Footage from events regarding Explore Your Future, a week long program at National Institute for the Deaf for deaf and hard of hearing college-bound sophomore and junior high school students.
Materials relating to NTID professor Frank Caccamise's work in the application and development of sign language assessment and instruction. The collection includes books, VHS tapes, and DVDs.
The Harry Lang collection of Robert Panara books by Shakespeare contains fourteen books and plays written by William Shakespeare and used by Robert Panara to teach Shakespeare at NTID.
The Harry Lang collection on Robert Panara consists of Lang's research files used in writing his book, Teaching From the Heart and Soul: The Life and Work of Robert F. Panara.
The John Panara collection on Robert and Shirley Panara includes photographs, correspondence and local news articles collected by the Panara family and used in an NTID exhibit on Robert Panara from 2014.