Workshop for children to learn sign language will be held in Tijuana

Classes will be taught through Google Meet and Classroom

In order to have a more inclusive society, the Municipal Public Education Secretariat (SEPM), has created a workshop for children between 6 and 12 years old to learn sign language in the city of Tijuana, which will be held from May 11 to June 25.

The Municipal Education System aims to reach a goal of 400 empathetic children who are interested in learning sign language to communicate with hearing impaired people. The workshop seeks to make learning fun, through stories that reflect coexistence and inclusion with this community.

For this first edition, the transmissions will be carried out live through the Google Meet and Google Classroom platforms. SEPM's exclusive visual material will also be provided to make the course more interesting and dynamic.

Classes will be held in two schedules: morning and afternoon, on Tuesdays and Fridays. As of today, the call for applications is open and registrations can be made through the web page: where a form must be filled in.

It should be noted that stories that have been written and portrayed by six teachers of the Mexican Sign Language coordination will be presented; they consist of 12 chapters of approximately 10 minutes each. In addition, participants will perform dynamics, activities and tasks to provide feedback to the classes.

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