As I continue through my ASL learning project, I have been searching for different tech tools to help me with my learning and to document my progress. I will admit … Continue readingTime-Lapsed Learning
This week I chose to explore the planning/organizational tool Wakelet. This is an amazing website that I was recently introduced to this year. I’m not sure if it’s just me, … Continue readingGetting Organized with Wakelet
This week I began to learn common words or short phrases. I did so through “The ASL App”. I did some research for free apps that would help me in … Continue readingThe ASL App
Getting Started with Twitter This week, I had the opportunity to participate in a Sask. Ed Chat on Twitter. This was a new experience for me, and it was super … Continue reading“Tweet Tweet” -Twitter Review
Since I haven’t had any experience with learning American Sign Language, I thought it would be a good idea to establish a good foundation and start from the beginning. With … Continue readingStarting With the Basics
Is it just me, or are there an overwhelming amount of resources and blogs online? I found it very difficult to find, save, and interact with this large amount of … Continue readingGetting Connected: Exploring Feedly
When thinking about a focus for my learning project, many ideas came to mind. Yoga? Sewing? Cooking? With all of these ideas, I knew that I wanted to do something … Continue readingASL Adventures
Hello there! My name is Presley. I love to travel, learn about new topics, and all things coffee. I wanted to share a quote that describes my outlook on being … Continue readingWho am I?