Parent-Child Mother Goose Workshop for American Sign Language Instructors and Parents are held at various locations, including the DEAF CULTURE CENTRE.
Sign Language Instructors of Canada is under the auspice of the Canadian Cultural Society of the Deaf, a not-for profit charitable organization. Promoting national standards for ASL and LSQ for Deaf children is key to increasing literacy development and self-esteem. These children will be better prepared for entering school and for acquiring early literacy in English and French.
Parent Guidebook: ASL and Early Literacy,
Video: American Sign Language Rythym Rhymes and Stories for Parents and their Children
Video: ASL Rhymes Rhythms and Stories for You and Your Child
For more information on upcoming sessions contact email@example.com
To purchase the ASL Mother Goose Program Package go to our ASL/LSQ Resource Shop
Apply Today. CCSD seeks 40 Sign Language instructors to participate in Unlocking Culture: Linking Communities (“Unlocking Culture”). Unlocking Culture aims to increase ASL and LSQ literacy levels and quality of instruction by applying the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) standard to the ASL and LSQ teaching process in Canada.