Implementing Sign Language in Early Childhood Settings

Research shows that teaching sign language to young children improves cognitive, emotional, communication and focusing skills. The purpose of this training is to review all the benefits of teaching ASL (American Sign Language) and practice strategies to implement it in early childhood settings through music, books and games.

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Research shows that teaching sign language to young children improves cognitive, emotional, communication and focusing skills. The purpose of this training is to review all the benefits of teaching ASL (American Sign Language) and practice strategies to implement it in early childhood settings through music, books and games.

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Implementing Sign Language in Early Childhood Settings

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Implementing Sign Language in Early Childhood Settings

“As a Licensed-Exempt Child Care Provider, the pilot METC apprenticeship program has helped me a lot. I have been able to complete all my classes and apply for the additional 20% increase while I was waiting to become licensed. I now know how the process works because of the information received in this program. I’m so grateful for these classes, and the time my mentor took to make sure I was on the right track. I really appreciate this program, and I hope other providers will get the opportunity and experience that I got from METC.”
Claudette Sarpong
Pilot Apprenticeship Mentee
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