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HIV/AIDS education in Kenyan schools for the deaf: The role of teachers' beliefs and attitudes

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  HIV/AIDS Education in Kenyan Schools for the Deaf The Role of Teachers’ Beliefs and Attitudes Nalini Asha Biggs M.A., M.Ed., D.Phil. CandidateDepartment of EducationUniversity of Oxford  Teachers’ Beliefs about Deafness   • Interviewed 35+ teachers (5 Deaf) • 3 school sites (out of 10 in Kenya) • Written responses from 30 Deaf teachersacross Kenya • ~15 weeks of fieldwork • Nyanza and Western provinces  Schools for the Deaf inKenya • Residential/boarding schools • Concentration in western Kenya • HIV/AIDS is required, integrated into thecurriculum • Most teachers are hearing, 2-4 are Deaf
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