American Sign Language Class 2nd Session
Over the past several years, there are more students throughout our member districts who are using sign language as a means of communication. IEP teams, including general education teachers, working with students who are using sign language have requested support in learning sign language and finding reputable resources.
Providing some basic sign language instruction and providing reputable resources will develop staff confidence in addressing individual student communication needs. This class is designed to be a basic, introductory sign language class for GCED member district staff who are interested in learning basic sign language and becoming aware of reputable resources.
The course will be taught by Michele Kremer, GCED American Sign Language Interpreter. Your responses to the questions in this registration will help inform Michele's instructional design to meet all learners' needs.
This course is open to all member districts.
A 3rd session will be held at River Bluff Education Center in Red Wing. Those dates are April 19,26 May 3, 10, 17 and 5/24 make up day if needed. This registration will be available online March 1.
Thursdays; 3:30 - 4:30 pm
Kenyon-Wanamingo Elementary School - Wanamingo
March 8, 15, April 5, 12 in Media Center. April 19 make up day if needed.
March 22 held in conference room.
District You Are Employed Through
Cannon Falls District
Goodhue County Education District
Kenyon Wanamingo District
Lake City District
Red Wing District
Zumbrota Mazeppa District
Age Level of Students who use ASL
I am able to bring a device (smartphone, laptop, tablet, etc) to the ASL Class.
I am able to access Google Drive for the course information.
What experiences do you have with people who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing?
How much American Sign Language (ASL) do you already know?
Why are you taking my class?
How fluent are your students in ASL: expressive and receptive language?
Are there any students that have fine motor difficulties or processing difficulties? This will hlep me know if I need to address specific linguistic modifications.
How will you be utilizing sign language with your students? Please be specific as possible. This will help me create my lesson plans.
What phrases do you or your students use on a daily basis that you could sign? List as many as you would like.
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