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The benefits of learning sign language clearly outweigh the risks. For parents and families who are willing and able, this approach seems clearly preferable to an approach that focuses solely on oral communication.
The Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Center has released five Classroom Interpreting Guides. A Guide has been written for Students, Parent, Teachers and Interpreters. The Guide for students offers several strategies that students can use to help them learn and...
Nashville students have been busy making sign language teaching videos! The students have made several videos to date. Please help spread the word, they are really adorable and the students are working hard on them. Lesson 1: The...
Pepnet 2 has released the new, online, interactive program Map It: What Comes Next. This program was designed to meet the needs of students who are deaf or hard of hearing as they transition to work, college, or training programs. Map It is comprised of three...
The 2015 ASDC Information Booklet is now available
A sign language teacher helps a 15 year old deaf child in Uganda
The Center for Accessible Technology in Sign is a joint project dedicated to providing accessibility to learning via sign language.
The American Academy of Pediatrics introduces it’s new Books Build Connections Toolkit for families and professionals.
See Rachel Coleman’s, Founder of Signing Time and ASDC Board Member, story here.
IDRT launches new program myASL Tech