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Emergent Literacy Development in Preschool Deaf Children
Bilingual-Bicultural Deaf Education
Research in Children’s Educational Television

Portrayal of Deaf Characters in media and literature
Development of educational videos in ASL for preschool Deaf children

Peer-Reviewed Journal Publications

Golos, D. & Moses, A. (Winter, 2015). Supplementing an educational video series with video-related classroom activities and materials. Sign Language Studies. 15 (2) 103-125/ DOI: 10.1353/sls.2015/0005

Moses, A. & Golos, D. (Winter, 2015). An alternative approach to early literacy: The effects of ASL in educational media on literacy skills acquisition for hearing children. Early Childhood Education Journal. DOI 10.1007/s10643-015-0690-9

Kuntze, M., Golos, D., & Enns, C. (Winter, 2014). Rethinking literacy: Broadening opportunties for visual learners. Sign Language Studies. 14 (2):203-224. DOI: 10.1353.sls.2014.0002

Golos, D. & Moses, A. (Fall, 2013). Developing preschool deaf children’s language and literacy learning from an educational media series.  American Annals of the Deaf, 158 (4): 411-425. DOI:10.1353/aad.2013.0039


Golos, D. & Moses, A. (2013). Rethinking the Portrayal of Deaf characters in Children’s Picture Books in An Open Book: What and How Young Children Learn From Picture and Story Books. Frontiers in Developmental Psychology., 27 November 2013 | doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2013.00889.


Golos, D. & Moses, A. (2013). The benefits of using educational videos in American Sign Language in early childhood settings. Learning Landscapes. 6 (2) 125.


Golos, D., Moses, A. & Wolbers, K. (2012). Culture or Disability? Examining Deaf Characters in Children’s Book Illustrations.  Early Childhood Education Journal. DOI: 10.1007/s10643-012-0506-0.


Wolbers, K. A., Dimling, L. M., Lawson, H. R., & Golos, D. B. (2012). Parallel and divergent interpreting in an elementary classroom. American Annals of the Deaf, 157(1), 48-65.


Golos, D., & Moses, A. (2011).  How teacher mediation during video viewing facilitates literacy behaviors. Sign Language Studies, 12 (1) 98-118.


Golos, D., & Moses, A. (2011). Portrayal of deaf characters in children’s picture books. American Annals of the Deaf, 156 (3) 270-282.

Klingner, J., Urbach, J., Golos, D., Brownell, M., Menon, S. (2010). Teaching Reading in the 21st Centure: A Glimpse at How Special Education Teachers Promote Reading Comprehension Learning Disabilities Quarterly Vol 33 (2) pp. 59-74

Golos, D. (2010). Engagement behaviors of deaf preschoolers while viewing an educational video in ASL. American Annals of the Deaf.

Golos, D. (2010). Literacy behaviors of deaf preschoolers during video viewing. Sign Language Studies., Vol 11 (1).

Golos, D. (2010) The representation of Deaf characters in educational television: A content analysis. Journal of Children and Media. Volume 4 Issue 3 pp 248-264.

Editor Reviewed Publications

Golos, D. (2010). How to Choose a Quality Preschool for Deaf Children. Endeavor Febarury, 2010.

Golos, D. (2009). What Works! Educational Videos in ASL for Preschool Deaf Children. Utah Special Educator May, 2009 Vol 31 No 4.