7 Tips for Awesome ASL Student Feedback

7 Tips for Awesome ASL Student Feedback

ASL students aren’t just learning information, they are developing language skills, and for any skill development, you need feedback. With more and more college students enrolling in ASL classes, understanding strategies for giving excellent feedback are particularly...
Immersion in the ASL Classroom, Part 2

Immersion in the ASL Classroom, Part 2

Immersion: The #1 Tool for ASL Educators Like teachers of any subject, great ASL teachers are always looking for ways to improve their instruction. Some implement new technology, while others flip the classroom. But finding the right way to improve your class can be...
The RID Certification Moratorium & How to Handle It

The RID Certification Moratorium & How to Handle It

  In case you missed it, RID announced a moratorium on their credentialing. In layman’s terms: RID is temporarily stopping their certification exam. Logistically, what that means: “Those wishing to take an RID performance exam will have until October 1,...
Introducing 2015 RID’s Keynote: Brandi Rarus

Introducing 2015 RID’s Keynote: Brandi Rarus

From Saturday to Wednesday, August 8th through 12th, hundreds of sign language interpreters gathered (and, as of this writing, are gathering still) in New Orleans for the 2015 Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID) National Conference. Brandi Rarus kicked the...
Stoked about Stokoe

Stoked about Stokoe

Dr. William Stokoe’s published works won wide acceptance in the linguistic community and ultimately among educators of the deaf, such that ASL is now widely recognized as an appropriate language of instruction for deaf students and even as an appropriate second...