List of research and other resources that relate to Music and Deafness:
- Emma C Hutchinson: Musical responses in 3-6 year olds with profound cognitive impairment – in song, with instruments and in movement.
- Emma C Hutchinson: How do young deaf children respond to different sounds? Exploring children’s responses within the context of a music session.
- Joshua Kuang-Chao Chen, Catherine McMahon and Lieber Po-Hung Li (2012).: Music Training Improves Pitch Perception in Prelingually Deafened Children With Cochlear Implants
- Rochette, Moussard and Bigand: Music Lessons Improve Auditory Perceptual and Cognitive Performance in Deaf Children
- University of Edinburgh: working with deaf children and their families. Also links to a customised set of fridge cards to support communication.
- The auditory neuroscience lab studies how the brain’s ability to change can be harnessed to improve human communication
- Sannah Gulami: Deafness…no barrier to music? A literature investigation on the challenges deaf musicians are faced within society.
- Joseph Michael Valente: Cyborgization: Deaf Education for Young Children in the Cochlear Implantation Era
- Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education: Best Practices in Family-Centered Early Intervention for Children Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing: An International Consensus Statement
- Carol Linsenmeier, Music and Deafness: Bibliographic Resources (please note, the Website Links on this page no longer work. The Bibliographic Resources do).
- Alice-Ann Darrow: The Role of Music in Deaf Culture: Implications for Music Educators
Music Links and other resources
- Good Vibrations Toolkit: Inclusive Approaches for Making Music with Deaf and Hearing Impaired Children and Young People
- Sounding Out: A toolkit for music practitioners working with deaf students
- National Deaf Children’s Society: How to make music activities accessible for deaf children and young people. Item 9 on this webpage.
- Yorkshire Youth & Music: Instrumental Learning for Deaf and Hearing Impaired Children and Young People
- University of St Thomas: Teaching Instrumental Music to Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students.
- Dame Evelyn Glennie: TED Talk – Evelyn Glennie shows how to listen
- National Association for Music Educators: Teaching Music to students with a hearing loss
- Dame Evelyn Glennie: Hearing Essay – Evelyn’s insightful reflections on music, listening and deafness
- Jack, McPherson and Stockman: Designing tactile musical devices with and for deaf users – A case study
- Music4U: Music and the Deaf session on board the Listening bus
- Christine Sun Kim: The works and papers of a Deaf Sound Artist
- SiBSL – Songs in British Sign Language
- AG Bell: Listening to Music using Cochlear Implants
- soundLINCS: Why Give Music Workshops to Hearing Impaired and Deaf Children?
- AG Bell: Music as a teaching tool – learning through singing
Links to National Organisations and other Resources
Good Vibrations training, further information:
Fascinating further information
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO28pakjab5IbH_fTnRW6oA?nohtml5=False – This link is for Fostering Network channel on You Tube. Several good videos about Social Pedagogy.
This makes for interesting reading. LAC say for themselves what it’s like being in care
Very useful document that explains what a PEP is.
Practical ideas for developing Youth Engagement (from Australia)