We are proud to work with

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Western Canadian Center

for Deaf Studies (WCCDS)

Based in the University of Alberta’s Faculty of Education, the Western Canadian Centre for Deaf Studies (WCCDS) works in collaboration with the faculty’s endowed research chair—the David Peikoff Chair of Deaf Studies—to bridge research and community development.  Established in 1986, WCCDS was founded on the belief that equity is a cornerstone of education. As a collaborative, multidisciplinary hub for scholarly and community work, WCCDS combines innovative research with outputs and project activities that contribute to the empowerment of deaf and hard of hearing individuals locally, nationally and globally.

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The mission of Northern Signs Research is to support the development of creative teaching and assessment materials to promote children’s language, learning and literacy in American Sign Language and English.

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Alberta School for the Deaf promotes academic, language and literacy excellence and positive emotional, social, intellectual and physical development of deaf and hard-of-hearing students from Grades 1 to 12. American Sign Language (ASL) and English are the primary languages of instruction, and our learning environment focuses on excellence in communication, language and literacy.

We are always looking for new ways to develop, research and distribute Sign2Read resources so we can continue to support deaf children’s language, learning, and literacy development.  If you are interested in partnering with us in this effort, please contact us.

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