Nadir Soares da Silva Filho, Olesio Gardenghi Neto, Rodrigo Grassi Martins, Ailton Luiz Dias Siqueira Junior, André Luiz França Batista
Proceedings of III Mostra de Ciência e Tecnologia de Ituiutaba, 2013. v. 3. p. 181-183.
Publication year: 2013


In the last three decades, the concept of the clinical-anthropological sciences has raised doubts about the evaluation mechanisms on deafness and how they are or are inserted in the medico-social and educational context; the concepts that point to these different representations about deafness have also entered the agenda. The process of transforming social into biological issues, called “biologization” (clinical character) is well known in the history of mankind, and its consequences for education have led to erroneous interpretations of deafness and, in particular, to deafness. pedagogical practice of the teaching of students with hearing impairment, other strong evidence and on the issue of social inclusion, since it opens an important meaning in the bulge of Brazilian educational policy. Many hearing impaired people tend to have difficulty communicating with their educators. Many times the disabled student stops learning because of the lack of interaction between educator and student, and for this reason, hearing aid software was created to facilitate communication between educators and students.