By clicking on the you can see the text on the student pages signed in ASL.
DEAF CS is a collection of activities and lessons that use modeling and simulation technologies to help students and their teachers explore math and science concepts. As the deaf students read the material, they can access the concepts in their natural communication mode through authentic ASL, signed by deaf educators and students.
DEAF Interactivate is a collection of Java-based interactive, computer applications. These tools are designed to teach students math and science concepts through hands-on experimentation.
Deaf SUCCEED is a collection of complete inquiry based math and science lessons. These lessons are designed to walk the students through the exploration of the math and science concepts.
Selected words throughout the text are linked to an extensive signed glossary. This glossary provides assistance for more difficult vocabulary in both English text and ASL clips.
A second dictionary of technical signs for the field of Computational Science is available for teachers and interpreters. These signs have been developed by a group of scientists, deaf professionals and interpreters. Use the links in the yellow box at the left to explore these and additional resources.
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