Carronbank: Deaf Blind Education

Australia, 1985

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Episode of Series “Victoria College Special Education Films”.
A documentary that looks at the education of children with visual and hearing impairment. A very important early stage of education is to teach the children how to communicate and the teachers at Carronbank discuss how this is done. The curriculums, at Carronbank, cater for all needs, including social skills as well as the educational requirements.

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director

Francis Treacey

co-producer

Des Pickering

Victoria College (Melbourne, Vic.)

Duration

00:20:00:00

Production places
Australia
Production dates
1985

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Victoria College Special Education Films

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Victoria College Special Education Films

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