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DawnSignPress Steps Up Student and Teacher Support for Remote Learning

  • 02 June 2020

June 2nd, 2020, San Diego, CA: Having to adjust quickly to online remote learning, and with many campuses closed, DawnSignPress is being proactive in offering solutions that help teachers and students move forward smoothly in today’s ASL learning environment.
For those who require Signing Naturally and Effective Interpreting Series student workbook sets, DawnSignPress is now shipping directly to students. Every student set is complete including a workbook, access code to the online video library and DVDs. Students can also save 20% when using coupon code SUMMER2020 at check out.
For teachers and by request, DawnSignPress is scheduling personalized one-on-one ZOOM meetings to discuss remote learning needs and to share more about the bright online future teaching with Signing Naturally, including updated materials for Unit 13 and beyond. Also, student materials will become available on multiple platforms including Canvas in the near future. Josef Harrison, part of the DawnSignPress Marketing Unit says: “The ability to chat directly with teachers via ZOOM and target their needs as we are transitioning rapidly to a period of online remote learning has been really helpful in our efforts to offer support.”
As of March, DawnSignPress has been offering free links to teacher materials and unlisted YouTube videos to help with planning Summer and Fall classes.

About DawnSignPress: DawnSignPress is a media and publishing house that creates, develops, produces, publishes and distributes quality American Sign Language (ASL) and Deaf culture-related materials. DawnSignPress is on the cutting edge of the educational, cultural, and social trends in the Deaf world. Deaf-owned and operated, DawnSignPress produces materials that raise standards in ASL education, break new ground in ASL literature and the arts, and preserve the unique and rich contributions of the Deaf and signing community.
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