ICED Overview and Report by Rubbena Aurangzeb-Tariq

Rubbena Aurangzeb-Tariq (MA Art Psychology, MA Psychodynamics, MA Fine Art, BA(Hons) Fine Art) attended the ICED (International Congress on the Education of the Deaf) held in Athens in July 2015, she was sponsored by SpecialKidz.

Please click below to view Rubbena’s report as a PDF Document.

ICED, since its foundation in Paris in 1878, has been the oldest and the most prestigious and influential body of inquiry in the field of education of deaf and hard of hearing individuals. It is organized every five years in different countries and attracts thousands of researchers, teachers, administrators, parents and professionals from allied fields such as medicine, psychology, speech, audiology, linguistics, sociology, and technology from many parts of the world.

The theme of ICED 2015 was “educating diverse learners: many ways, one goal”.