|School:||School of Civic Leadership, Business, and Social Change|
|Start date:||March 2016|
Following a new paradigm that the issue of sustained attention observed among young deaf students is due to limited exposure to language, this study attempts to document quantitatively the attention behavior during a book-reading lesson in a preschool class where everyone has full access to communication.
Kuntze, M., & Schott, L. (2017, February). Analysis of eye gazes and attention maintenance in a preschool class. Paper presented at Association of Collegiate Educators of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Conference, San Antonio, TX.