Deaf college students can develop a programmed study method that has been used successfully with college students for over twenty-five years. This study method will improve students grades if they will dedicate themselves to this technique rather than waiting until the lastminute to cram. Deaf students can continually review the knowledge base of lecture and textbook information by studying independently and especially by using an instructor or peer mentor. Students need to establish appropriate time management for studying and writing term papers. Deaf students must develop assertiveness in the college classroom when the lecture presentations are not clear. Successful deaf college students realize that itis not the personality of the professor that is relevant when information is presented but rather maintaining a positive attitude that will determine how much they learn.
Gonzales, R. B. (2019). Attention Advisors and Mentors: A Suggested Study Technique for Deaf College Students. JADARA, 28(4). Retrieved from https://nsuworks.nova.edu/jadara/vol28/iss4/5