|Course||Enrollment||SCECHs (CEU's)||CNE (CE's)|
|Beginning ASL 101||$75.00||15 ($95.00)||15 ($95.00)|
|Basic ASL 102||$75.00||15 ($95.00)||15 ($95.00)|
|Intermediate ASL 103||$75.00||15 ($95.00)||15 ($95.00)|
|Advanced ASL 104||$75.00||15 ($95.00)||15 ($95.00)|
Lesson plans for Signing Online courses:
- Beginning ASL (ASL 101) – learn the basics of the language and simple conversations.
- Basic ASL (ASL 102) – based on what you learned in Beginning ASL, you will learn additional vocabulary, more and more advanced conversation.
- Intermediate ASL (ASL 103) – expanded learning enables you to express and comprehend more advanced signs and finger spelling
- Advanced ASL (ASL 104) – this course ties together all that you have learned and you will now have the knowledge to enhance your fluency and continue your learning in ASL.
For 15 years Signing Online has been offering web-based courses, designed with nationally and internationally recognized curriculum developed by Dr. David Stewart to effectively teach you American Sign Language (ASL) at your own pace from anywhere using your computer, tablet or smart phone. These courses focus on conversational ASL and use videos to demonstrate the visual nature of signing. The courses are perfect for anyone wanting to learn ASL. Our dictionary consists of over 1500 words, phrases and the American and Canadian National anthems.
Each course in the series is $75.00 for 6 months of access. There is a total of four courses (24 months access) in the series.
SCECH's and CNE's for continuing education: add $20.00.
Go to: Instructor Support tab to add 'SigningOnline Single Video Evaluation Service' or 'Signing Online Instructor support service' payment to your cart.
Try our trial by clicking on "View Example Lesson" before you enroll in the class to check that the videos are working properly for your computer system.
To register and enroll click the green bar (above) that says "Enroll here" and follow the cart method of shopping…”add to cart” then click on ”your cart”. At checkout you will be asked for your credit card information, and once the payment is complete you will be sent an email to the address you gave in the registration that will give instructions for your password.
Contact us at: email@example.com (Include "Signing Online " in the subject box and user name for current students.) All emails will be answered as promptly as possible and is the prefered method for communication.
office phone: 517-980-5662
We will be out of the office Nov. 10th to Nov. 15th. Text: 587-936-3067 or call: 517-862-8860.
Curriculum pedagogy has been recognized by national and international schools, organizations and teachers at every level. This world renowned curriculum can be used for (click on) High School (and College) graduation requirements with permission from your school.
INSTRUCTOR FRIENDLY! See our many additional curriculum materials available in the "Instructor Support" tab.
Instructor Support: Our Signing Online ASL teachers work with students to fulfill credit requirements as set out by your school or organization. Limited availability. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. SigningOnline is an accredited provider of curriculum but not a school and therefore not accredited as such.
Earn (click on) Continuing Education credit hours for Educators (SCECH's) and Health Care Providers (CNE's). Please read all information concerning submission of applications and include your PIC number if you have one. Applications will be delayed or rejected if filled out incorrectly.
ASHA members: These courses may be used for your Certification Maintenance Hours (CMA). Please check with your association.
Who takes Signing Online?
Signing Online was created for people who wish to learn ASL but have little or no access to instructors or for those students who require curriculum for ASL classes.
- Anyone with internet access, a computer, and the wish to learn signing communication.
What can I expect to learn?
Upon completion of all four courses you will know how to greet people, ask questions, describe things, tell stories, name things, express your feelings, and more. You will have learned hundreds of signs and know how to put them together to carry on meaningful conversations in ASL.
Please refer to the INSTRUCTOR SUPPORT tab for Expressive Assessment opportunities.
REFERENCES tab includes the Dictionary, Baby Signs, and lots more useful information!