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Hang’in with My Tweeps

Educator and blogger, Louise Sattler, toured California in search of her close TWEEPS… this is what she learned about Twitter pals and the power of social media.

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GREAT BLOGGERS- SPECIAL EDUCATION / PARENT RESOURCE EDITION

I have written now a few blogs about women who I admire because of their fascinating, inspiring and amusing blogs. Today, I want to feature blogs that are dedicated to our friends within the special education community. As an educator, I admire the people who are in the trenches of special education beyond measure.  These […]

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Thaddeus Setla- Helping Train and Entertain EMS

Emergency Medical Services (EMS) is a topic I have written about several times in within this blog.  Many of you are familiar with my interest for educating paramedics, trauma specialists and nurses how to use sign language effectively  with people who use sign as their primary or secondary mode for communication. The response has been […]

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Meet Lisa Callsen- aka CODA DIVA!

Lisa Callsen is an intriguing, dynamic and energetic speaker delivering an inspirational message.  As a hearing child of Deaf parents, she identifies with being a Coda (children of deaf adults). The only speaker of her kind, takes you into her journey of living in a Deaf household and dealing with the hearing culture. She is […]

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SCHOLASTIC SCORES with STORYBOOK TREASURES in ASL! Part One!

Scholastic Storybook Treasures series in American Sign Language- BRAVO! Finally, a very mainstream reading series with a spin- ASL! These stories help to promote literacy with deaf children and are beneficial for hearing children, too! in addition the DVDs support learning skills in the areas of vocabulary building, reading comprehension and fine motor.

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