Our non-credit courses are designed for parents, teachers, medical professionals, friends, colleagues... anyone interested in learning to communicate through sign language.
Continuing Education Instructor Nicole Jones is interviewed on a WEAU-TV Assigmnent 13 Report about babies who learn to use sign language to communicate with their parents.
|Course Name*||Description||Time Offered||Upcoming Dates|
|Beginning Sign Language I||Learn the basics of the manual alphabet and fundamental conversation. Practice both receptive and expressive skills, and learn about Deaf culture.||Fall||Sept 9 -
Oct 28, 2013
|Beginning Sign Language II||Intermediate level for those who have basic signing skills or have completed Beginning Sign Language I.||Spring||Pending|
|Beginning Sign Language III||For those who have completed the first two levels of Beginning Sign – or anyone who has a vocabulary of approximately 500 signs along with general knowledge of Deaf culture.||Fall||Pending|
UW-Eau Claire also offers credit courses in American Sign Language and Deaf Culture each semester. For upcoming course offerings, please search under Communication Sciences and Disorders courses in the UW-Eau Claire Class Schedules.
RACHEL KOHN is an Interpreter for the Deaf in the Eau Claire Area School District and community.
Comments from former students:
"Rachel does an excellent job of creating a fun, creative, inclusive community in class."
"Now I can teach my Deaf child some of the new signs I learned!"
"Good pace and positive atmosphere – Each lesson is relevant and interesting."