Updated: Mar 17
Let me tell you about Ari Learnings new ASL classes.
- A safe and inclusive space, facilitated by Tanya, an experienced ASL interpreter and educator who encourages a learner led experience.
What to Expect:
Unlike traditional ASL classes, this social group is entirely learner-led, with participants directing the content of the course. Expect to play whiteboard games, tell jokes, and get to know your fellow learners through conversation and socializing.
This is an opportunity to build an inclusive community of ASL speakers and develop your conversation and social skills. You might even make lasting friendships!
Deaf Culture and Community:
Tanya is committed to giving students a deep understanding of the rich history and culture that relates to the Deaf community. In particular, she emphasizes the importance of answering questions honestly and authentically, rather than relying on social scripts or stereotypes. This helps learners appreciate the values, abilities, and beliefs of others in the community and become more confident in their own ability to communicate in ASL.
Tanya has been communicating in American Sign Language for over 20 years and is a nationally certified interpreter through the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf. With a bachelor's degree in American Sign Language interpreting, she has been teaching and interpreting since 2008.
Her lessons are customized to the needs and goals of each student, so you can be sure you're getting the most out of your time in the group.
With Tanya's guidance and support, you'll build your vocabulary, grammar, and cultural knowledge while making lasting friendships and having fun. So what are you waiting for?
Sign up with Tanya on Outschool today and start chatting in ASL!
1:1 American Sign Language (ASL) Lessons for Beginners Level 1 (ages 5-18):
1:1 American Sign Language (ASL) Lessons for Beginner Level 2 (ages 5-18):
ASL (American Sign Language) Making Friends (Ages 11-15)