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Page 39a - John Smith's Houses and Streets in Edinburgh

Smith, John, 1927,
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Page 39a - John Smith's Houses and Streets in Edinburgh
Page 39a - John Smith's Houses and Streets in Edinburgh
Page 39a - John Smith's Houses and Streets in Edinburgh
Page 39a - John Smith's Houses and Streets in Edinburgh
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Page 39a from John Smith's Houses and Streets in Edinburgh
Thomas Braidwood (1715-1806) opened the first deaf school in Britain in Edinburgh which in 1760 had one deaf pupil. Braidwood's success in developing teaching methods for deaf children led to the numbers increasing to 20 pupils by 1780. His approach was to use natural gestures rather than the oralism used elsewhere in Europe. The Braidwood's represented deaf education for nearly half a century, however the school in Edinburgh closed and Braidwood then moved to London and established The Braidwood Academy for the Deaf and Dumb in Hackney.
1927
32 x 20 cm
Edinburgh and Scottish Collection
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