1. It takes patience and creativity to sign with people who know little sign language. I have a new respect for Deaf people who take the time to sign with ASL students. Having more respect for Deaf people and more creativity in how I express myself is making me a better Deaf community member. 2.... Continue Reading →
Came here to support my ASL 101 students who I assigned to go to this Deaf event, meet and sign with some Deaf people, and write about it. I introduced some of them around a bit. God bless the Deaf people who took the time to sign slowly with them!
My new focus is on being who I am on social media today, not securing my brand for tomorrow. Rather than creating a social media presence for the Daniel Greene I might someday be, I'm being socially present as the Daniel Greene I am now.
I'm not at RID 2013 in person, but I'm watching the Community Forum - Conversations Today Shaping Our Tomorrow live streaming at http://rid.org/content/index.cfm/AID/266. I'm live tweeting with others who are there and watching it streaming as well. https://twitter.com/danielgreene/status/366301390617849856 https://twitter.com/danielgreene/status/366366018420998144 https://twitter.com/danielgreene/status/366375727291039744 https://twitter.com/danielgreene/status/366377213441998848 https://twitter.com/danielgreene/status/366671795551600641 https://twitter.com/danielgreene/status/366674569257435137 https://twitter.com/danielgreene/status/366678068212928512 That was fun, participating online!
There is currently a discourse within the American Deaf community about the resignation of two Deaf members of the board of the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID). The members who resigned, Lewis Merkin and Naomi Sheneman, say that the confidentiality agreements they signed when they joined the board prevent them from discussing in detail... Continue Reading →