Fitzgerald, E. M.

Edith Mansfield Fitzgerald portrait (Wikipedia)

Edith Mansfield Fitzgerald (1877–1940) was a deaf American woman who invented a system for the deaf to learn proper placement of words in the construction of sentences. Her method, which was known as the 'Fitzgerald Key,' was used to teach those with hearing disabilities in three-quarters of the schools in the United States.

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Identification

Full name: 

Edith Mansfield Fitzgerald

First name: 

Edith Mansfield

Last name: 

Fitzgerald

Job function: 

Teacher, inventor

Country: 

USA
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Año Título Editorial Tipo
1962 Straight Language for the Deaf: A System of Instruction for Deaf Children Volta Bureau Monografía