VL2 Products

Visual Communication and Sign Language Checklist

Package includes manual, ASL glossary and DVD.

**The use of VCSL materials now requires proof of certification to ensure proper assessment procedures and interpretation.  

$149.00

Visual Communication and Sign Language - Rating sheets

One sheet per student including licensing fee per accessment.

 

**The use of VCSL materials now requires proof of certification to ensure proper

$1.10

Visual Communication and Sign Language - Online Assessment

**The use of VCSL materials now requires proof of certification to ensure proper assessment procedures and interpretation.  

$10.00

Poster - The Little Airplane That Could

$10.00

Poster - The Blue Lobster

$10.00

Poster - The Boy Who Cried Wolf

$10.00

Poster - The Baobab

$10.00

VL2 Research Brief #1: The Importance of Fingerspelling for Reading

This VL2 research brief, written by Sharon Baker, Ed.D., focuses on the importance of fingerspelling for reading. This also comes with three appendices for instructional guidance. 

$4.00

VL2 Research Brief #2: Advantages of Early Visual Language

This VL2 research brief, written by Sharon Baker, Ed.D., discusses the importance of early ASL acquisition shows in deaf children's cognitive development and literacy skills.

$4.00

VL2 Research Brief #3: Visual Attention and Deafness

This VL2 research brief, written by Elizabeth Hirshorn, Ph.D. Candidate, explains that deafness leads to changes in visual attention, especially the periphery, as evident in the brain. Changes in visual attention can have implications for reading and classroom environment.

$4.00

VL2 Research Brief #4: Reading Research and Deaf Children

This research brief, written by VL2's Early Education Longitudinal Study (EELS) co-PI and Gallaudet University Professor Donna Morere, provides an overview of the research related to deaf children and reading.

$4.00

VL2 Research Brief #5: Eye Gaze and Joint Attention

This research brief, written by Amy Lieberman, PhD, provides an overview of the importance of eye gaze and joint attention in language acquisition.

$4.00

VL2 Research Brief #6: The Implications of Bimodal Bilingual Approaches for Children with Cochlear Implants

This research brief provides an overview of the key findings related to visual language and its advantages for young deaf learners with cochlear implants. Additionally, this brief discusses the implications of bimodal bilingual (ASL) approaches for young deaf learners. 

$4.00

VL2 Research Brief #7: The Benefits of Bilingualism

Who is bilingual, and how does being bilingual impact language and cognitive development? This research brief, written by Sarah Fish, PhD Candidate and Jill Morford, PhD, explains the various benefits of bilingualism. This brief will give you short and informed answers to questions you may have and questions you may be asked when talking about the bilingual status of students who use both ASL and English.

$4.00

VL2 Research Brief #8: ASL/English Bilingual Education - Models, Methodologies, and Strategies

This research brief, written by Maribel Garate, PhD, outlines models, methodologies, and strategies of ASL/English Bilingual Education.

$4.00

VL2 Research Brief #9: Family Involvement in ASL Acquisition

This research brief, written by Charlotte Enns, PhD and Liana Price, M.Ed. Candidate, discusses how parental involvement is a critical factor in deaf children's language acquisition. The brief also suggests strategies for how families can become involved in promoting ASL development and learning.

$4.00

VL2 Research Brief #10: The importance of Gesture in Child Development

This research brief, written by So-One Hwang, Ph.D., Melissa Herzig, Ed.D., and Carol Padden, Ph.D., discusses the critical role that gesture plays in the cognitive and social development of children, deaf and hearing alike.

$4.00

VL2 Research Brief #11: Raising the Whole Child - Social-emotional Development in Deaf Children

This VL2 research brief reviews the research on social-emotional development in children from birth to 12th grade, focusing on deaf and hard of hearing children, and includes recommendations on how to support deaf children's social and emotional development in order to lay the foundations for future social, academic, and life success.

$4.00