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Interpreted Children’s Stories

RespondBy | Apr.17, 2014 | Filed in: Activities,Education

Our Interpreting in Educational Settings students have prepared interpretations of children’s stories for your viewing pleasure. Come here and/or watch these stories on Wednesday, April 16th and Wednesday, April 30th from 6-7 pm. We will have different stories being told on each night. continue »

Positive Interaction Program – Airport Security & Travel Safety Updates

RespondBy | Nov.07, 2013 | Filed in: Community,Education

The next Deaf and Hard of Hearing “Positive Interaction Program”. The presentation for the month of December 3rd will be: “Airport Security & Travel Safety Updates” continue »

University of Houston Welcomes New Faculty – Fall 2013

RespondBy Sharon Hill | Aug.26, 2013 | Filed in: Community,Education

The University of Houston – ASL Interpreting Program (BA Degree) would like to announce the hiring of the following Clincial Assistant Professor effective Fall 2013: continue »

This post was submitted by Sharon Hill.

Alistair the Armadillo, an eBook in ASL

RespondBy | Jul.29, 2013 | Filed in: Community,Education,Health

Alistair the Armadillo is an ebook about a cute little armadillo who leads a clean and healthy lifestyle. He is bothered because his fez members are lazy, dirty, and generally unhealthy creatures. continue »

This post was submitted by Michael Hughes.

Online Courses

1 CommentBy Jasmine Parker | Jun.24, 2013 | Filed in: Community,Education

I reached out to you with the hopes of finding a way to incorporate my resource project on your site. OnlineCourses.com is a free and comprehensive resource that is a collection of open college courses that spans videos, audio lectures, and notes given by professors at Harvard, Princeton and MIT. We offer highly relevant courses such as iPhone Application Development from Stanford and Cyber Humor from Oxford. This is something I believe would be a wonderful resource for those looking to explore additional educational topics and to see what college level course has to offer.

This post was submitted by Jasmine Parker.

Operation Pass!

RespondBy | May.15, 2013 | Filed in: Education,Interpreter

Basic Certification Test Preperation Boot Camp 2 week, 60 hour intensive training

Presenter: Sgt. Kareena N Heath continue »

This post was submitted by Anthony Butkovich.

Schools for Hard of Hearing children

5 CommentsBy | Feb.06, 2013 | Filed in: Community,Education

I have a 5 year old daughter who is hard of hearing. I might be moving to Houston in the near future and I am trying to find out schools which have programs to children like my daughter. continue »

This post was submitted by Carlos Javier.

National American University is reaching out to the Houston Deaf Community!

RespondBy Elizabeth Meeks | Oct.22, 2012 | Filed in: Education,Support

National American University is reaching out to the Houston Deaf Community by offering 100% online courses and TTD/TTY phone correspondence. continue »

This post was submitted by Elizabeth Meeks.

Phoenix School of Massage and Holistic Health

RespondBy Afton | Oct.17, 2012 | Filed in: Education

Phoenix School of Massage and Holistic Health is looking to start classes geared toward the Deaf Community! We have two locations: continue »

This post was submitted by Afton.

What had happened wuz…

RespondBy | Oct.11, 2012 | Filed in: Community,Education

Workshop Title: “What had happened wuz…” – A Revealing look at the Idiomatic Language and Spoken English as used by African Americans in Conversation. continue »

Computer Class

RespondBy | Sep.02, 2012 | Filed in: Education,Life Skills

Please come and learn the computer skills!!!
continue »

This post was submitted by Eric Garrison.

Art Class

2 CommentsBy | Aug.22, 2012 | Filed in: Community,Education

Start on Sept. 10, 2012

10am-12:00pm continue »

This post was submitted by Lillian Beard Deaf Connection Center.

American Sign Language

RespondBy | Aug.22, 2012 | Filed in: Community,Education

The classes will begin the week of September 10, 2012.
continue »

This post was submitted by Lillian Beard Deaf Connection Center.

Lillian Beard Deaf Connection Center – Fall Schedule

RespondBy | Aug.22, 2012 | Filed in: Community,Education

LBDCC Fall Schedule

Monday
1:30pm-2:30pm Staff Meeting
6:30pm-8:30pm Computer Lab Class
10:00am-12:00pm Budget Class
Sept. 24
Oct. 22

Tuesday
10:00am-12:00pm ASL 1
10:00am-12:00pm ASL 2
10:00am-12:00pm Art and Craft Class
9:00am-3:00pm Food Pantry

Wednesday
10:00am-12:00pm Diabete Workshop
Sept. 12
Oct. 10
Nov. 7
Dec. 12_________________________________
Every Wednesday
2:30pm-3:30pm Exercise Class
Diabete Support
Recovery
6:30pm-7:30pm New Life Deaf Recovery

Thursday
10:00am-12:00pm ASL 1
10:00am-12:00pm ASL 2

This post was submitted by Lillian Beard Deaf Connection Center.

FREE STD WORKSHOP

RespondBy Kelly | Aug.23, 2011 | Filed in: Education,Support

Learn the truth about sexually transmitted diseases in the Deaf Community
continue »

This post was submitted by Kelly.

Register Now with LSCS

RespondBy | Aug.16, 2010 | Filed in: Education

Registration for the fall semester at Lone Star College System in Houston will be over soon as classes will start on August 30, 2010. If you are Deaf and want to attend classes, register now continue »

This post was submitted by Leyel Hudson.

Dr. T. Alan Hurwitz visiting TSD Graduation.

Come one, come all!  See attached.  We are hosting Gallaudet President Dr. T. Alan Hurwitz who will be in town for TSD’s graduation!  Let’s show him what Austin’s GUAA chapter is made of…and let’s have fun while we’re at it. continue »

Deafness in Africa & Haiti

RespondBy | Apr.19, 2010 | Filed in: Education

Are you curious about Deaf Education and teacher training in other countries? Their culture, their language, their day to day lives? Dr. Victor Vodounou, professor of Deaf education and continue »

Free English Literacy Class

1 CommentBy | Nov.11, 2009 | Filed in: Education,Support

Want to improve your English Skills? Want to be able to read and write better? We can help! Join our fun-filled classes or individual tutoring. We work to meet your schedule! continue »

Does ASL hinder development of English / Literacy?

3 CommentsBy | Oct.15, 2009 | Filed in: Education,News,Research

For a long time, I have always wondered about that question. I’m not an educator nor have I ever taught the art of language. I did however receive the research paper from someone who wanted to share continue »

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