The University of Victoria is seeking a talented, experienced sessional instructor to develop and teach two new courses aiming to create better understanding in the hearing world about Deaf Culture and American Sign Language. If you are that person, you will open an exciting new gateway for UVic — American Sign Language courses for credit:
ASL 100 A01 is scheduled for September -December 2009 and ASL 100 A02 for January-April 2010.
These courses will offer electives to students and members of the hearing world to increase their awareness and knowledge of Deaf Culture and its community, and provide language skills in American Sign Language.
Please pass this posting along to anyone interested in applying for this position.
Dean, Faculty of Humanities
University of Victoria
Victoria BC, Canada
Phone (250) 472 4677
FAX (250) 721 7059
We are excited to announce our:
DEAF YOGA WORKSHOP!
WHEN: Saturday March 28, 2009
TIME: 2pm to 6pm
WHERE: Highgate YYOGA Studio
This beautiful brand new facility is the ideal place to either try yoga for your first time or deepen your already existing knowledge of yoga.
Reward yourself towards the end of the workshop with a the sauna and a cup of refreshing tea.
(included with your registration)
PDF Flyer: flyer2-dy-ws-final-share
Space is limited so register early!
Register by March 25 to get the early bird price of $30.
After March 25, the cost is: $ 35
Please see the attached flyer for details.
Contact us if you have any questions at:
blessings and bliss-ings
Leonarda & Julia
for more information, see: www.yogapah.com
I saw just a bit of this on CBC last night, it looked interesting. There were mixed reviews from the participants on the news cast.
Please visit link: http://www.thestar.com/article/452515
Submitted by: Samantha Gill (WIDHH)