According to the American Society for Deaf Children, “Research consistently demonstrates that fluency in American Sign Language and English… offers all deaf children optimal opportunities for academic and social success, and thus both should be part of their language-rich and fully accessible environment.” Access to educational opportunities equal to those provided for hearing children is […]Read More...
December 22nd, 2016
Posted in ASL Books & Resources
The only way to learn a new language to fluency is through a lot of hours of practice and immersion. Most people studying ASL Interpreting find communication with ASL to already be pretty fun, but returning to the same practice methods can often leave you in a rut. With ASL, the more you can grow […]Read More...
December 1st, 2016
Posted in ASL At Work