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Young deaf, young hearing

23 April 2014

The Dollard College Winschoten, the Kentalis Guyotschool VSO, Haren and the University of Groningen are collaborating on a project to put deaf and hearing pupils in touch with each other and to increase knowledge of each other's lives and school lives. The project was sparked off by a question from Tricia Portz, a Dollard College pupil. She took up the challenge set the anniversary event ‘ 400 days for 400 Questions’ and came up with the questions: 'How do the deaf think?' 'And in what language do they think?'

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