You can now submit resources to us by email that you’ve developed yourself or you’ve seen a great quality resource for our benchmark award. Our benchmark award is awarded to good and quality resources and we have a fair criteria. We don’t assess the teacher and their methods of teaching, just the quality of the resource used for teaching and learning BSL.
This initiative was developed by the Executive Committee as a way to promote and share good quality BSL resources in use for teaching and assessing BSL. Award winners will recieve a certificate and will be able to use our logo to show that ABSLTA approves their resource and be used to promote ABSLTA's work. Honest and fair feedback will be given to any resource who may not meet criteria so they have opportunity to achieve the standards required.
30th AGM at MSDP Liverpool
Multi-Channel Signs [online, YouTube]
SignRight Preston, Alan Davison
Words in Hand: A Structural Analysis of the Signs of British Sign Language [book]
Mary Brennan, Martin D. Colville and Lillian K. Lawson
BSL in a Nutshell - Sandra Dowe