Part of my
summer has been spent training teachers on the how- tos of threading digital information/resources throughout their curriculum. And in researching sites on Helen Keller, for a second grade teacher who will be reading, Helen Keller by Margaret Davidson, I found a Video Dictionary of Signs for babies who are deaf. It's definitely worth furling because students can independently, or in groups, work at clicking on words to find out their sign meaning. I'd actually have them test each other in pairs and test their progress. (via Baby Hands Productions)
Here's an additional resource for Deaf cultures and Sign languages of the world.
In the comment section, please share your own ideas, books or teaching strategies for students learning sign language.