Making a Difference
Keith Wann’s parents were Deaf, but that hasn’t slowed him down one bit. He’s a comedian, writer, ASL expert, and he is the CODA Man. Keith interviewed Rachel Coleman on his live internet radio show Cultural Bridges on April 25,
He was a little over a year old and no words had been spoken. He would point out into the kitchen and cry, making me go and start picking everything up saying “do you want a banana? A drink? Milk?
Dear Signing Time Team, I wanted to take a moment to thank you and share the success we have had from using your DVD series. Growing up I was always fascinated by sign language and bought my first ASL dictionary
In this presentation for Deaf Awareness Week, Signing Time’s Rachel Coleman talks about her compelling journey that began when she learned that her daughter, Leah, was deaf. Watch Rachel’s presentation. This video was produced by the National Center for Hearing
Kyle and Kyndall Evans from Coles Elementary School in Virginia recently interviewed Rachel Coleman. While growing up and learning American Sign Language (ASL) Kyle and Kendall often watch Rachel on Signing Time shows. See what Kyle and Kyndall asked Rachel