Our online sign language classes are designed to effectively teach American Sign Language from anywhere.
Welcome to Signing Online
Who is Signing Online for?
Signing Online was created for people of all ages and backgrounds who wish to learn ASL but have little or no access to instructors or for those students who require curriculum for ASL classes. Learning ASL can be especially beneficial to those who regularly interact with the deaf community or the hard of hearing as sign language can bridge the gap of communication for them.
Benefits for any kind of learner
Are You Looking For Continuing Education Credit?
Are You Applying On Behalf of A School Or School District?
Our curriculum is recognized by national and international schools, organizations and teachers at every level.
Instructor friendly! See our many additional curriculum materials available in the "Instructor Support" tab.
Teachers and administrators of large groups have access to separate tools including an administrative program page showing student progress and grades.
Schools often use Beginning (ASL 101) and Basic (ASL 102) for year one with Intermediate (ASL 103) and Advanced (ASL 104) for year two.
Are You An Individual Learning ASL For Personal Reasons Or For School?
Do you want to learn and practice American Sign Language as a hobby, or to communicate with a deaf relative or friend?
Learning a new language is an exciting and rewarding experience that will open you up to a whole new world of communication with those in the world around you.
Our curriculum is recognized by national and international schools, organizations and teachers at every level. If you are given permission from your school, the online curriculum may be used for graduation credit, direct study, elective, credit recovery, or foreign language. For more information, please visit our FAQ page.
ASL Course Pricing
Our first ASL online course is for beginners who are just starting out in American sign language. Learn the importance of ASL in deaf culture and how to start and end a conversation during our beginning ASL course. The 10-lesson course is step by step and goes over meeting someone along with common phrases that are associated with this.
Our 10-lesson basic ASL course focuses on family and continuing to expand your ASL vocabulary. The sign language lessons also highlight how to communicate with the deaf community utilizing ASL as a second language. The course is more intensive in learning ASL.
The intermediate online sign language classes high point is food! During these lessons, we’ll teach you how to order meals such as entrees and desserts at a restaurant. The course also discusses buying items at malls and stores. The intermediate ASL courses really helps you practice and apply what you have learned to real world scenarios.
Our final online ASL course is for advanced signers. The advanced sign language lessons go over talking about school, someone and the weather. The course also highlights sports and games. This course will help you become a well-rounded individual when it comes to the knowledge of ASL.