American Sign Language Instructor Permit (SD)

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The ASL Instructor permit allows applicants without a teaching degree to serve as instructors of American sign language. The applicants must demonstrate a score of intermediate or level 3 or higher on the Sign Language Proficiency Instrument, or hold a certification from the American Sign Language Teachers Association (ASLTA). Additional requirements include 6 semester-hours of coursework including “Understanding deaf cultures” and “Understanding American Sign Language grammar”.

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State: South Dakota
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Last updated on: July 2, 2021
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