If you want to learn ASL, but don't know where to start...
If you've learned a bunch of words online, but can't string them together into sentences...
If you've searched for local in-person classes, but can't find or can't afford any...
If you'd like to take a live course, but can't fit it into your busy schedule...
Then this is for YOU!
Time to start learning.
Never signed a single word before? No problem! By the end of this course, you'll be able to confidently introduce yourself and your background; ask and answer questions about your likes, dislikes, and feelings; describe your family by name and age; explain why you're learning ASL; and engage in basic introductory conversations using appropriate ASL grammar!
We'll accomplish the above with video lessons, culture and grammar readings, comprehension activities, practice exercises, and more. All of this takes place online, so you can learn on your schedule, from the comfort of your own home. As with all courses, results may vary, but if you're committed to learning basic American Sign Language, then this course will get you where you want to be! Let's get started.
What students are saying:
"This course exceeded my expectations in every way!
Meredith is an exceptional teacher and understands how to connect the need to understand Deaf culture while learning ASL. When possible, she will explain a way to remember a sign by providing an association! When teaching she repeats a sign enough that it become familiar if you practice along with her. I will take advantage of any additional classes she may offer."
- Pammarie, Age 61, Alabama
"I learned the fingerspelled alphabet way back in elementary school and I still remembered a few of them. Now I know so much more; and what I don't know now, I at least know how to ask for the information I need."
- Mike E., Age 23
"Just wanted to say what a joy Meredith is and a great teacher. I will continue her your videos."
- Jim D., 62, New Jersey
"This year I had to complete a Senior Independent Study Project (SISP) for my high school. Learning ASL has been on my bucket list ever since I watched the TV show "Switched at Birth" and learned more about the language and culture.
Meredith's course allowed me to go from knowing a few basic signs to being able to sign and comprehend full-on conversations!
The course was organized in an efficient, organized manner which allowed me to learn as well as test my newfound knowledge and skill."
- Sydney H., 18, Massachusetts
"I loved taking the beginning ASL course online! I loved the flexibility it gave me with my crazy travel work schedule. I looked forward to every course but loved going at my own pace!
I learned enough to be able to communicate at an ASL meetup."
- Molly F., 33, Colorado
Meredith (known as "ASLMeredith" on Instagram and YouTube) is a NY-State certified instructor of ASL with an M.A. in Teaching ASL as a Foreign Language from Columbia University, and B.A. in Linguistics with a focus on sign languages and certificate in ASL from the University of Pennsylvania. She is a published author in the Gallaudet University Press research journal "Sign Language Studies". She has nine years of experience teaching, tutoring, and offering private lessons in ASL. You can learn more about her at ASLMeredith.com
Satisfaction Guarantee: Rest assured, you'll be happy with your new signing skills, or you'll get your money back with our 30-day refund policy!
Make a Difference: A portion of all proceeds will go toward a number of non-profits to benefit the Deaf Arts and bilingual education for Deaf children.
Frequently Asked Questions
Ready to have Meredith as your own ASL guide? Instead of paying $600 for six weeks of private lessons or $2,000 for a college course, this online course costs only a fraction of that -- just $179 for 50+ lessons, practice activities, and quizzes -- all taught by Meredith, herself. Graduate the course in a matter of weeks, ready to begin conversing with your local Deaf community!
ENROLLMENT IS CURRENTLY OPEN FOR THE WAITLIST
and will close at the end of the month.
This will allow me to focus on supporting students as they learn; thank you for understanding.