Fingerspelling Double Letters

Fingerspelling, a fundamental component of sign languages worldwide, serves as a bridge between the visual and auditory worlds. As intricate and expressive as any spoken language, fingerspelling enables deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals to convey proper nouns, technical terms, and unfamiliar words. Within the realm of fingerspelling lies a captivating aspect that demands precision and finesse—the […]

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A better way to set goals

Zig Ziglar has been quoted as saying, “If you aim for nothing, you’ll hit it every time.” This may be the case for a few but I believe that most of us are pretty good at aiming at something. However, one common mistake we may make when setting a goal is that we make them too ambiguous. Here are a

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ASL Gift Ideas

Here is a list of ideas that could make a great gift for a friend, family member… or something just for you! Below are some categories if you’d like to skip to something that interests you (I won’t blame you if you decide to jump straight down to the tech)… for instance, you can find

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Are you challenging yourself enough?

“Ensuring CHALLENGE is calibrated to the particular needs of a learner is one of the most essential roles of the teacher and appears non-negotiable for student growth.” – Carol Tomlinson One of the most important components to language learning is finding the appropriate amount of CHALLENGE that will keep you engaged and learning in a sustainable way.  For

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Book Recommendations

If you are looking for some books that will inspire you to learn something new, challenge your assumptions, and expand your horizons, you have come to the right place. I personally have been inspired to share more of what I’ve been reading and learning, thanks to Austin Kleon’s book, Show Your Work! As Kleon writes,

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