I am in ASL 3 now. When I took 1, my teacher taught us in ASL. SEE and talking were not allowed. My teacher was hearing. When I got to 2 and now 3, my teacher is actually deaf and teaches in SEE. I find this odd. Anyone have any insight?
If a student is paying for an ASL class, the student should get an ASL class. It also puts the student at a disadvantage when he or she advances on to the next level of ASL.
It's called "truth in advertising."
Suppose you signed up for an Italian III class and ended up being taught Latin instead?