Family ASL

 

Family ASL is our new research project! We are investigating families with deaf children and hearing parents who have chosen to include American Sign Language as one of their family languages. Our project looks at how parents and children learn ASL together, and the children’s development of English and in other areas as well.

    Co-Principal Investigators
    Diane Lillo-Martin Deborah Chen Pichler Elaine Gale
    Contributors
    Janina Piotroski Patrice Creamer Shengyun Gu
    Matthew Hall Jon Henner Amber Martin
    Kaj Kraus Daniel Meier Mary Cecilia Conte
    Dani Venditti

     

    Related Presentations

    Chen Pichler, Deborah, Gagne, Deanna & Lillo-Martin, Diane (2019). Parents partnering with language researchers. American Society for Deaf Children Conference; Newark, Delaware; June 2019. ASDC-2019_Chen-Pichler_Gagne_Lillo-Martin_talk

    Chen Pichler, Deborah, Gale, Elaine & Lillo-Martin, Diane (2020). How to support ASL as an L1 for children and L2 for parents: An interactive discussion. Early Hearing Detection and Intervention; March 2020.

    Chen Pichler, Deborah, Gale, Elaine & Lillo-Martin, Diane (2020). Sign language for deaf and hard of hearing children: Pervasive biases that are often overlooked. 5th International Congress on Family-Centered Early Intervention for Children who are Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing (FCEI); Bad Ischl, Austria; May 2020.

    Lillo-Martin, Diane, Chen Pichler, Deborah & Gale, Elaine (2020). Understanding diverse contexts for bimodal bilingual development: L1 vs. L2 learning. 5th International Congress on Family-Centered Early Intervention for Children who are Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing (FCEI); Bad Ischl, Austria; May 2020.

    Chen Pichler, Gale & Lillo-Martin EHDI 2020 ASL L1_L2