What a whirlwind week! A majority of classes began this week at DCTC. Thank you students for arriving on time, asking questions, staying on task, and actively participating in class. It’s going to be a great semester!
Communicate with children more effectively earlier in life We usually offer our Sign Language in Early Childhood course during Spring Semester. However, I’m going to offer it this fall instead. This one-credit course gives
I recently had the pleasure of facilitating a webinar for Hatch Early Learning for their Expert Webinar Series. I’d like to begin by thanking Dr. Dale McManis for the neat partnership we’ve created this past year.
It’s hard to believe that it’s August already. Our summer Sign Language in Early Childhood class came and went! As always, I had a blast leading that course. It’s fun to teach because it’s mainly
Communicate with children more effectively earlier in life Did you know that I’m offering an exciting sign language course this summer? See the article below… Coming this July, Dawn Braa, an instructor in the Child
This is the sign “My, Mine.” It’s a closed 5 hand, on the chest.
This course teaches child care providers, teachers, and parents how to communicate more effectively with children earlier in life. The course features early childhood sign language facts, best practices, and approx. 200 signs.
Each summer, DCTC offers a 1 credit course, taught by me, called Sign Language in Early Childhood. It’s a fast-paced, hands-on, fun course teaching students, parents, providers, etc. the ins and outs of using signs with