ASL is the most versatile strategy to support language development. I aim to support every early childhood educator in implementing this fantastic strategy in their classroom. It benefits communication, literacy skills, and all other cognitive, motor, adaptive, social, and emotional learning domains.
Now is a perfect time to learn how to integrate ASL into your teaching practice. ASL is the third largest language in the United States and is easily incorporated into children's daily routines, making it a highly versatile strategy to support child development. Learn how to build a bridge of communication with the children you work with while promoting a solid literacy foundation for their future. Incorporate ASL into your curriculum by taking Teach Brilliantly's Building Bridges with ASL course.
In only 6 hours, you can enhance children's connections to language, reading, writing, and speaking.