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Free online classes, vocabulary,
credit classes (fee)
- Tutorial Series
- “Find-A-Sign” Dictionary
- Parent Resources
FOR PARENTS: Deaf ASL Ambassadors program:
- get one-on-one practice
- enjoy flexible scheduling – sessions available 7 days a week
- record your video sessions so you can review any time
Friends Like Me connects your deaf/hard of hearing (DHH) child with 2-3 other DHH kids that are the same age.
Talented American Sign Language professionals teach at your pace.
* Fingerspelling, vocabulary, & grammar
* Non-manual markers (NMMs)
* Receptive conversation practice
* Introduction to Deaf culture
* Self-paced online learning
Students learn quickly with the Beginning ASL VideoCourse. The lessons teach vocabulary, grammar and Deaf culture applied to real-world dramas. The series features famed ASL instructor Billy Seago and the fun Bravo family. This functional approach is appropriate for students of all ages.
This is an online curriculum resource for ASL students, instructors, interpreters, and parents of deaf children.
Take learning ASL into your own hands with ASL Level 1 – Guided Course or start with the free videos
The most popularly used ASL curriculum in the US and Canada, Signing Naturally has four sets of materials to teach students how to sign naturally!
Family Sign Language in English & Spanish
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SignWise reviews a range of products including apps, DVD/videos, e-books, printed books, websites, and more that feature ASL and deaf-related content. Content is reviewed for accuracy and clarity of ASL use, and reviews include brief descriptions of product features.
Media & Materials Loan Library
Resource Materials and Technology Center for the Deaf/Hard of Hearing (RMTC:DHH)
Florida offers a FREE loan video library service for educators, interpreters, and other professionals serving students who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing in Florida. These materials are only to be used in the state of Florida.