This eight-session beginner American Sign Language (ASL) class is for adult family members of children who are Deaf/Hard of Hearing (DHH). The class will focus on ASL basics, including signs for everyday use.
This class will be conducted online. Participants must have reliable internet access and a computer with a camera. Participants will be provided with instructions beforehand on how to access the class; a test call will be required prior to the first day of the class.
Camille Jeter-Lorello holds a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Arts and ASL and a Master of Arts in ASL Education from Gallaudet University. She has more than 30 years' experience in theatre, most of which were spent with the National Theatre of the Deaf. Camille toured with the Broadway national production of the Tony award-winning play, “Children of a Lesser God” in 1980.
She has had many titles and roles to her credit as an Actor, Artistic Director, Director of NTD’s Professional School, Education and Outreach Director and Master ASL Storyteller. She has presented and conducted countless national and international workshops focusing on the theatre arts, interpreting, storytelling techniques and ASL. With her passion for teaching, Camille taught as an ASL Literacy Specialist at the New Jersey School for the Deaf. In 2008, she proudly co-founded A.C.O.R.N. Deaf Theatre, which promotes fosters and emphasizes Artistic, Communication, Opportunity, Resources, and Nurturing as part of the creative process for youths who are DHH.
Please note: A credit card payment is required to complete your registration and secure your slot for this event. MDE-LIO will issue refunds only for cancellations received no less than three business days prior to the event.
If you have a question or need to cancel, call MDE-LIO at 888-760-2206 or 517-241-7083.