South Central Service Cooperative Academic Courses

South Central Service CooperativeSouth Central Service Cooperative Academic Course

Crista Browne-Krosch is currently an instructor/facilitator with the South Central Service Cooperative. She has developed an interactive television (ITV) American Sign Language program working with over fifteen school districts in Southern Minnesota. In addition she provides instruction at both Bethany Lutheran College and South Central College. Prior to teaching with the cooperative, Crista taught with the Mankato School district at elementary level for several years. Her experience with American Sign Language and the Deaf Community stems from over fifteen years serving as a freelance and educational interpreter after completing the interpreter training program at St. Paul College. Crista holds a BA from Minnesota State University in Elementary Education and is licensed to teach American Sign Language.  

Below is the course that South Central Service Cooperative is offering for the 2016-2017 Academic school year. 

American Sign Language ASL

American Sign Language (ASL) is the language used by the Deaf Community in the United States. Students will learn both receptive and expressive skills necessary for beginning level communication with other signers (both native and second language learners). ASL I will focus on: fingerspelling, numbers, sign production/vocabulary development, conversational topics, facial grammar, sentence structure, Deaf Culture, and Deaf History.  



American Sign Language-SCSC Academic Student Course per student: $927.00




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Reaction from South Central Service Cooperative Course Participant

“ This class has opened my eyes to Deaf culture; and now I would like to pursue a career involving signing! " 



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