Kate Rowley is a Deaf researcher, born into a deaf family in England. As an expert in language and literacy development of deaf children, Dr Rowley is interested in promoting bilingualism & multilingualism in deaf children and adults.
Kate is the director of Language Wise, an education business that delivers training in deaf education, psycholinguistics and deaf community development, she wants to share her knowledge and passion with the deaf community, parents with deaf children and professionals working with deaf children & adults. Currently, Kate is a lecturer in Deafness, Cognition & Language (DCAL) at University College London.
Kate Rowley provided a webinar on Zoom on the 2nd of December from 7pm – 9pm. This is a recording of her presentation.
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Just wondering why the word deaf is not written with a Capital letter D? Especially with her name; Kate is a Deaf researcher.
We have updated the post to reflect that Kate is a Deaf reseacher, with a capital D. However we have left the other references to deaf with a lower-case as to be consistent with her personal website at: https://www.kate-rowley.co.uk/