Song written by teacher transitioning to distance learning because of coronavirus
Video I made of ASL sign vocabulary re: coronavirus (COVID-19)
I made this video for my ASL students, as we are only together online now, and I decided to share it publicly in case others may benefit from it. #coronavirus #coronavirusinasl #COVID19
Remembering a black substitute teacher who taught us about Black English Vernacular
I don’t remember the scholar’s name, but she was a black woman who substitute taught at our school (the Mabel E. O’Farrell School of Creative and Performing Arts in Southeast San Diego, which was a black neighborhood) one day in AP English in 1985. Although her last name escapes me, I remember when she introduced…
Tried literally cutting and pasting
Tried literally cutting and pasting a text so I could see the whole document at once and order the sections in a way that seemed most logical. It helped!
Here are some of my resolutions and plans for 2019: This evening I started teaching my beginning course of American Sign Language, ASL I or SLG101 as they call it at Paradise Valley Community College. After teaching at the Maricopa Community Colleges during the day for the past five-and-a-half years, I am finally teaching an…