Lauching our New Twitter Daily #SignOfTheDay

Posted on Oct 26, 2017 by paul

ASLdeafined has a growing Twitter presence and they all love the same thing: ASL videos! That’s why we are now launching #SignOfTheDay on Twitter!  With #SignOfTheDay not only will you get a sneak peak into our ever-growing video dictionary, but you’ll also learn a new sign in ASL everyday! How cool is that? Today we […]


Why is our ASL Dictionary the BEST?

Posted on Oct 20, 2017 by paul

You’re desperate to finish that ASL homework… or maybe that sign is on the tip of your ‘fingers’- either way you need that sign NOW! So why choose ASLdeafined?  16,000+ Videos: Our video dictionary contains vocabulary from our lessons, variations of those signs, and even requested words from anyone that learns with us! Variations for […]


Top 15 Reasons Why People Join

Posted on Oct 15, 2017 by paul

Here are the top 15 reasons why people join 15.  To learn to communicate with co-workers. 14.  To become an interpreter for the Deaf. 13.  To learn about Deaf culture. 12.  To get better at receptive skills. 11.  To have 24/7 access  to ASL. 10.  To practice ASL handshapes. 9.  To become fluent at ASL. […]


Ask A Deafie: 10 Frequently Asked Questions

Posted on Oct 12, 2017 by paul

One of our Deaf instructors, Jenna, has taken some time to answer a few questions she’s just plain tired of hearing. (Get it?!) 1. IT’S SO NICE TO ME-ET YOU! 😀 AH! Nice to meet you too! But there’s no need to yell- just talk at an even pace and try not to mumble. 2. […]


5 Reasons Why Teachers Use ASLdeafined

Posted on Oct 05, 2017 by paul

Today is World Teacher’s Day and you all know just how much we LOVE our teachers… but do you know why our teachers love US? 1. Easy Lesson Planning ASLdeafined is already organized into four levels to help keep consistent curriculum throughout your ASL program, and each lesson consists of around 20 vocabulary words (with […]


Homeschooling with ASLdeafined – 5 Steps to Easy Lesson Plans!

Posted on Sep 28, 2017 by paul

Not everyone learns in a classroom, and Sign Language is a lot easier to learn when you can see it- right? That means that learning from a bunch of papers isn’t going to help out much! Here’s a quick-guide to help you set up the #1 Online ASL Textbook fast and easy! Step 1: Sign […]


Rejuvenate your ASL Program with ASLdeafined!

Posted on Sep 22, 2017 by paul

The impressive and growing popularity of American Sign Language is sweeping the nation and schools are desperate to keep up with student demand- but are they choosing the best curriculum? Ask yourself these questions:   1. What materials are used?  A standard ASL curriculum includes some books and few DVDs with demonstrations of ASL at […]


The Importance of Qualified Interpreters

Posted on Sep 14, 2017 by paul

A video has gone viral about an “interpreter” that was seen in a Manatee County emergency broadcast in Florida: As you can see from the captions, this isn’t exactly easy to understand- right? This is probably a violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Conveniently, Manatee County offers a PDF available on their webpage here where they […]


It’s the WEEKEND…. and we have ASL homework.

Posted on Sep 08, 2017 by paul

“I have all this homework due Monday but the book is… well it’s a book. It’s hard to know if I’m signing correctly! I just started the semester and I’m already behind! What should I do?” -AnonGirl We found this common problem on a forum recently- A lot of ASL curricula these days use two-dimensional […]


Questions by ASL Teachers…Answered!

Posted on Sep 03, 2017 by paul

How much does it cost per student to use The cost per student is just $12.00 for the entire calendar year.  So, that is 365 days to use our program.  That is $1.00 per month, per student.  We believe that students should have access 24/7 and not just during the school day.   School […]

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