Signs of Development, LLC
1410 Deloney St.
Austin, TX 78721
Check out our newest WWWorkshop!
Ten Top Tips of ASL Development #2 - Dominance vs Non-Dominance (0.2 CEUs / 2 hours) is Signs of Development's latest workshop. It focuses on developing and refining the development of ASL usage. This is the second workshop in an 11-part series that will be released over the next year.
This new completely web-based format completely eliminates paperwork - there is nothing to fax or email!
Find out some more information, or try out the demo!
Who are we?
Signs of Development is a sponsor in accordance with RID's Certification Maintenance Program and guarantees your satisfaction! State and ASLTA credits can also be awarded upon request. All "WWWorkshops" are approved by RID in the Professional Studies category.
WWWorkshops contain post-tests and activities that are exclusive to each presentation; therefore, CEUs may not be obtained through any other sponsor other than Signs of Development. Signs of Development offers CEUs through:
- Our own WWWorkshops
- Group and individual access of WWWorkshops
- RID's PINRA, Independent Studies or Academic Coursework program
- By sponsoring a workshop that you offer in your area
- Certification Preparation and Mentoring
- Individual Study Modules
Exactly what are Signs' WWWorkshops?
Earn CEUs @ Home
WWWorkshops mimic on-site workshops to the greatest extent possible. You can expect a linear format of information which includes a video of the presenter with accompanying text-based information. The cost to attend a one-day (6-8 hour) workshop can easily be at least $150 plus expenses for travel, meals, time away from work and more. A Signs of Development 6-hour WWWorkshop is less than $90. Not only is the cost significantly less than that of an on-site workshop, it's delivered directly to your computer (streaming) or your door (CD), and you have the opportunity to complete it at your convenience! Learn More
What is the Mobile ASL Dictionary?
The Mobile ASL Dictionary is an American Sign Language resource that has been optimized to work in a mobile environment. It includes over 15,500 signed terms accessible alphabetically, by subject or by individual term. The Dictionary is web-based, meaning you have access to the dictionary anywhere you have access to the Internet. No large downloads are required, and no video files are stored on your mobile device. The Mobile ASL Dictionary requires a 3G or wifi connection and works great on the iPhone, iTouch, and all Blackberry Phones! Learn More