Deaf children’s learning during museum experiences is focus of research study

Summarized by Matthew Dehler, staff writer

Rochester Institute of Technology is setting up a new study regarding Deaf children’s learning experiences. Led by investigator Rain Bosworth, the study will help researchers understand how deaf preschoolers build language and vocabulary. Children often learn by feeling and experimenting with the world around them. As they mature, their learning patterns become more complex. Bosworth also said how conducting the research in a museum setting would provide a unique set of results. More information should be available soon on how parents can participate in the study.

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