The Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind (CSDB) not only provides services to students enrolled at the school, but also provides “outreach programs [that] serve students, staff, and families in communities throughout Colorado.” One of the ways CSDB reaches out to the community is through the many video resources they offer. Some of these provide helpful information for teachers of deaf and/or blind students. Others help the community understand these disabilities and how students are overcoming them and thriving.
On the CSDB website, you can find links to these videos. An introductory video about CSDB includes an audio-described version. CSDB has also produced a number of videos on American Sign Language. These include quick videos that anyone can use to learn sign language, and are also useful to sign language instructors. One of the highlights is their “Signs of the Month” series of short videos that teach a few sign words to go with the month or season. For example, in the June video you can learn about signs for flowers and gardening.
CSDB also broadcasts community segments on cable TV. To learn more about these segments or to view them online, click here. Finally, to view all of CSDB’s videos, including webinars, instructional tools, a series of “role model” interviews, technology information, provider information, employability resources, and “Voices of CSDB” interviews, visit the CSDB YouTube channel.
To learn more about CSDB, view their annual reports available online from our library.
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