Sign Language trainings in progress
News ArchiveDecember 21, 2016

National Center for Teacher Professional Development continues the third level of the Sign Language trainings.

The training is provided for hearing impaired students, their family members and relatives, the Sign Language interpreters and teachers.

So far the training participants have already taken I and II levels of the Sign Language trainings, and those who have not passed through the above levels, but somewhat possess the Sign Language skills, have been involved in the course only on the basis of interviews with the trainers.

After the completion of the course, the participants will master the basic level of the Sign Language and its use for communication, as well as the skills required for learning the Dactyl, development strategies and the use of gestures; teaching the literacy of numbers, equations, examples, mathematical symbols using the Dactyl.