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Looking for ways to learn American Sign Language? ASDC offers families many ways to learn ASL to support their children’s language and communication. In addition to the recommended articles below, ASDC coordinates The ASL Learning Opportunity events across the country and has recently launched the SignOn with ASDC collaboration.
Recommended Articles for Learning ASL
Learn ASL signs for July, pool, swim, beach, water, bike, picnic, cookout, and more!, and more! Your July Signs video is presented by Edna Johnston.
Get a free ASL alphabet chart that show the hand shapes for letters A-Z in American Sign Language. Free from the American Society for Deaf Children. Please share!
Learn ASL signs for June, summer, vacation, finish, father, grandfather, uncle, Father’s day, Fourth of July, and more! Your June Signs with ASDC video is presented by Ursa Rewolinski.
Ariella, ASDC member and mother of two, sits down to tell you about her experiences with SignOn with ASDC. What is SignOn? SignOn is a virtual immersion program that lets you practice your ASL live with a Deaf adult from the comfort of your own...
The Importance of Quantity and Quality of ASL with Young Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children by Todd LaMarr and Lisalee D. Egbert, who currently serves as the VP of the ASDC Board of Directors This article appeared in the 2019 Issue of Odyssey: New...
Take your ASL skills to the next level! Join us in Mesa, AZ at Still University Sept. 28-29, 2019
Learn ASL signs for the month of May - and put them all together in an ASL story! This video is presented by Ricky Rose, who teaches at Galludet University and at ASDC's ASL Weekends. Thank you, Ricky! Ready to learn more ASL? Check out these exciting ASDC...
Our April Signs video is presented by Ursa Rewolinski, an ASL teacher at the Maryland School for the Deaf and ASDC's ASL Weekends. Thank you, Ursa! Ready to learn more ASL? Check out these exciting ASDC programs!
Watch this video to find out what this ASDC Member Family thinks about SignOn with ASDC, an online program that lets you practice ASL with a Deaf adult in real time from the comfort of your own home. Want to try SignOn free? Learn more here!
Learn how sharing stories about your day in ASL is different than telling stories in spoken language, why it’s important to learn ASL storytelling skills, and how to do it!