Hello! I am 32 and a Montessori Upper Elementary teacher of 4th-6th graders located outside Seattle, WA.
In college I majored in Sign Language interpreting for about 1.5 years before I realized it wasn't quite the right major for me. I absolutely loved holding conversations in ASL, but I really struggled balancing taking sounds in while simultaneously signing. I later was diagnosed with ADHD and learned more about my brain, and that my brain has a really hard time holding words and messages
I tried to connect to the event yesterday and even sent a message to the organizer and this site's administrator to find out how to do so. I am still waiting for a response. I was unable to access the event yesterday. I'm guessing that it's no longer offered and should be removed from the calendar.
my name is Sophia and I am currently taking my third term of American Sign language at a community college in Oregon. I really want enhance my learning by practicing more and I don't want to forget what I have learned when I am forced to take a break after this while I pursue a degree in nursing. I have wanted to learn sign language since I was a teen and I feel like being in a position where this is the only form of communication will help me learn better. I am only available to