Our teacher, Sherry Jo Anderson, has attended multiple hearing and deaf schools, was once a hard of hearing person, and is now deaf. She is very proficient at lip reading. She is teaching the young, and she remains young at heart.
Texas Institute of Sign Language
2503 Harrowden Drive Austin TX 78727 US
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At Texas Institute of Sign Language, you will have a hands on approach, literally! We have a funny and wise teacher, who will help you and others to learn a fun and interactive language.
Deaf/Hard of Hearing Resource Links
http://www.aslpro.com/ - a really nice ASL site; includes an extensive video dictionary, vocab quizzes and educator account capability. Excellent for anyone learning sign language, and a great resource for ASL teachers as well.
http://commtechlab.msu.edu/sites/aslweb/browser.htm- another really well-done video dictionary. this one is a bit older and smaller than ASL pro.
http://asl.ms/- a receptive fingerspelling practice! An awesome resource for anyone learning ASL, this site provides an endless word bank of fingerspelled words at various speeds to challenge your skills.
http://www.netsignnews.com/- this website provides anchor-style news videos in sign language! There is also a voice interpretation for non-sign-user access. Updated daily with several news stories every day.
http://www.tcdeaf.com/main.do - a website for the Deaf in the Twin Cities. Includes a calendar of events, DHHS directory, links, and job postings.
http://www.needsoutreach.org - Sign language for the class room: ASL library App: If you need support or need to contact us.