Practice makes perfect

Learning ASL has been a great journey that has only just begun. As our class comes to a close I know that I will continue to commit to the goal of becoming fluent in ASL. Lately, I have been very busy as summer moves in; family time gets busier, work gets busier, and internship is fast… Continue reading Practice makes perfect

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I can “speak!”

While I am still learning many different words in sign language, I am beginning to put words together in sentences which are really cool. When I watch Switched at Birth, I can pick up a few signs but I cannot always follow exactly what they say because they often sign fast. Here is a video… Continue reading I can “speak!”

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I’m so much cooler online

When you’re online, you can be anyone you want to be. Just ask Brad Paisley: Seriously though… digital identity is something that I have been very mindful of since graduation. I began with using high-security settings on social media but still having my leisure time public to my friend group. When I got into the… Continue reading I’m so much cooler online

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Digging Deeper..

When I began my journey, the first resource I found and continue to use the most is Rochelle Barlow’s ASL in 31 days. Through her program, I joined a facebook challenge group and.. as promised, I completed my first challenge: Introducing myself to the challenge group! In this video, I introduce myself by finger spelling… Continue reading Digging Deeper..

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Another Door Opens: ASL & Deaf Culture

I am so thrilled to announce that I have found more online communities and resources to guide me along my learning journey with ASL (American sign language). When I first began this journey I searched for ASL communities via Twitter and Facebook and only found one. This week, I wanted to challenge myself and find… Continue reading Another Door Opens: ASL & Deaf Culture

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Engaging with Ed. Tech.

I won’t lie when I say this post was challenging for me to complete. I had a hard time figuring out how to use some of the tech tools like Educreations and Flipgrid. I initially tried these two and found them too difficult to visualize or practice using without having an actual class or lesson… Continue reading Engaging with Ed. Tech.

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Over the Moon with ASL

I am on week 2 of learning ASL and I am so excited! Rochelle Barlow has been an incredible online resource for learning ASL. Right now, I am learning signs for requests and questions, time, and places. As I move forward in my journey with ASL I am becoming more motivated and excited each day! I cannot… Continue reading Over the Moon with ASL

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The Pinterest of Blogging Bookmarks!

Just when I thought the internet couldn’t get any better… enter Feedly! As a Pinterest addict, I naturally fell in love with this reader. Not only can you search for blogs using key words that interest you, but just like Pinterest, you can sort the articles you find into boards! My organizational brain says, “thank… Continue reading The Pinterest of Blogging Bookmarks!

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