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Hey I am new to the site. Didn't know it existed. I want to grow in ASL so that I can teach others effectively. I am a pro track and field athlete and a world Geography, Civics teacher and track coach.

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Hi. I am also new to this site as well. I am from Michigan. ASL recently spark my interest in wanting to learn more. Learning from downloadable apps help me out a bit. However, I feel like that isn't quite enough to further my learning. I'm planning on going back to school to major in ASL. For a newbie in wanting to learn ASL, what are some suggestions, advice, and ideas I should follow up on. 

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