Amanda Dunaway, MSDE

Lecturer in Audiology and Communication Sciences

Additional Titles

  • Field and Clinical Coordinator, Program in Audiology and Communication Sciences
  • Instructional Facilitator, Central Institute for the Deaf

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Education

  • BA (Psychology): University of Missouri - Kansas City (2001)
  • MSDE (Deaf Education): Washington University in St. Louis (2006)

Board Certifications

  • Council on Education of the Deaf (CED)
  • Alexander Graham Bell Association Listening and Spoken Language Specialist (LSLS)

Research Interests

Math instruction for children who are deaf/hard of hearing, Highly effective teaching practices for math and content areas, educational technology.

 

Publications

Articles:

Dunaway, A. L. (2017, July/August). Homework 101: A Strong Start for Families. Volta Voices, 24(3), 8-11

Videos:

Tye-Murray, N., Manley, J., Dunaway, A., & Readmond, K. (2016). Building Conversational Skills for School-Aged Students [Webinar]. In CID Webinar Series. Retrievable from: https://cid.edu/professionals/courses-overview/building-conversational-skills-school-aged-students/

Role

  • faculty

Specialty

  • deaf-education

Teaching

PACS 454: Math and Content Instruction for Children who are deaf and hard of hearing 1

PACS 455: Math and Content Instruction for Children who are deaf and hard of hearing 2

PACS 4511 & 4512: Practicum in Deaf Education