2016 Annual Spring Retreat
ICRID’s Annual Spring Retreat (ASR) is a wonderful opportunity for ASL “students” of all kinds to come together for a weekend of learning and fun.
Whether you are a seasoned veteran interpreter or just starting out as a high school student in an ASL program, the ASR promises to teach you something.
All participants “turn off” their voices and use only sign language in an effort to improve receptive and expressive skills.
“Voices off” begins Friday evening after a brief orientation and continues with a RAPS session conducted by Colleen Geier, “storytelling” by John Lestina, Sr., then games and socialization.
The ICRID R.A.P.S. article that will be used on Friday night can be found here. *Please read this prior to arriving to the ASR*
Saturday consists of breakfast, morning and afternoon learning sessions with a social lunch time in-between. Voices are still “off” (c’mon, you can do it!).
For more information visit the ASR page or view the registration packet
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