Welcome to the VL2 Parent Toolkit resource database! VL2 Parent Resources is a database hosting a collection of tip sheets, research briefs, webcasts, tutorials and quick Web links. The Toolbox Web links* are topical collections of web resources compiled as easy-to-access central points of information for parents.
This website is made for parents by parents of children who are deaf or hard of hearing. This website has information such as books lists, information on hearing loss by age group, and resources...
A list of apps for children who are deaf and hard of hearing comprised by Hands and Voices.
This story is re-told by 3-year-old preschoolers in ASL.
Two young girls, Tasha and Ciara discuss their futures in ASL.
This video shows a parent reading to their Deaf toddler.
This review of the 7-part video speaks to how to teach English to children through ASL.
This website shows some common signs in ASL for math.
Article: Options in Deaf Education — History, Methodologies, and Strategies for Surviving the System
This article discusses the debate over communication methodologies.
Article: We are Equal Partners: Recommended Practices for Involving Families in Their Child’s Educational Program
“Sharing Results” is a series of occasional papers that describe the results of work undertaken by the Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Center in its three priority areas of literacy, family...
The California School for the Deaf show in this video that pragmatic language is still possible when communicating in sign language - opposite to a large myth about communicating through sign...
* The information presented on this site has been compiled as a resource for users. Inclusion of these resources does not constitute an endorsement by the National Science Foundation Science of Learning Center On Visual Language And Visual Learning, Gallaudet University. The opinions expressed herein are those of the authors. Users are cautioned that some resources may be specific to particular countries or organizational perspectives. Users should defer to their provincial regulations and school jurisdictions for clarification.