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Alkharji, M. (2010) Reality and Constraints of Higher Education Programs for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students in Riyadh City. Master Thesis, King Saud University. [Translated]

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  • TITLE: Problems of the Program for Teaching Female Deaf Students at the College of Education for Home Economy and Technical Education at the University of Princess Noura Bint Abdulrahman in Riyadh

    AUTHORS: Ohoud Alshamsan

    KEYWORDS: Problems, Program, Education, Deaf Students, University of Princess Noura Bint Abdulrahman

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Social Sciences, Vol.5 No.9, September 13, 2017

    ABSTRACT: The researcher tried to discuss the problems related to female deaf students. The title of the study is “Problems of the Program for Teaching Female Deaf Students at the College of Education for Home Economy and Technical Education at the University of Princess Noura Bint Abdulrahman in Riyadh”. In order to identify the program problems, the researcher, Ohoud Alshamsan, tried to answer the following research question: what are the problems of programs for teaching female deaf students (FDS) at the college of education for home economy and technical education (CEHETE) at the University of Princess Noura Bint Abdulrahman in Riyadh? Research Population: The population of the study consisted of the teaching staff and FDS at the CEHETE in the University of Princess Noura Bint Abdulrahman in Riyadh. The population of the study consisted of 38 members of the teaching staff and 25 participants of the FDS. The study sampling included the afore-mentioned population, which comprises of 33 teaching staff and 20 FDS. Methodology: The researcher used the descriptive analytical approach and a questionnaire for data collection in answering the main question of the study. The data were analyzed and categorized using the SPSS program which yielded to the following results: Results of the Study: 1) There are no statistically differences at level 0.05 in the attitudes of the interviewees towards the FDS problems. 2) There are no statistically differences at level 0.05 in the attitudes of the interviewees with respect to the FDS academic problems. 3) There are no statistically differences at level 0.05 in the attitudes of the interviewees towards the FDS administrative problems. Main Recommendations: Based on the results of the study, the following recommendations emerged: 1) Recruiting more special education female teachers with specialization in “deaf handicapped education”. 2) Recruiting more special education female teachers with specialization in “sign language”. 3) Cooperating with societies concerned with these programs should be resorted to compensate for lack of specialist in this vital area. This kind of cooperation is likely to strengthen higher education programs for teaching deaf and weak hiring female students. 4) Signing contracts with female teacher specializing in deaf education or with female interpreters specializing in sign language.