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SUPPLEMENTAL LEARNING PROGRAM
TEACHER ENHANCEMENT IN SPECIAL EDUCATION
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TINIG KAMAY PROGRAM
Tinig Kamay a Filipino term which means “voice of the hand” promotes meaningful interaction between hearing and deaf students through teaching of sign language. Sign language clubs were established in Miriam College Grade School (The Salinkamay Club) and High School (Boses Kamay Club) and Ateneo High School (Usap Kamay Club). On top of the sign language lessons given to hearing students, interaction activities such as camps, sportsfest, and peer tutoring are also held.
SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY ACTIVITIES
Talks and presentations, tri-media exposures and sign language workshops among others are conducted to promote awareness of the deaf in the mainstream of society. Activities highlighting the advocacy program include:
With the help of other organizations, the Center holds ear care, dental and medical missions to deaf students and their parents and teachers.
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