CueOn gives cuers unique opportunities to interact with Deaf Cueducators through authentic learning conversations. Using one-on-one video conferencing, learners can choose to practice their receptive and/or expressive cueing skills. CueOn gives cue learners targeted practice time to build proficiency and the confidence needed to engage Deaf cuers.
Working with Daniel at CueOn was a great way for me to practice my receptive cueing in a focused and stress-free environment. The sessions with him flew by, and I feel much more confident about taking my state transliterator assessment.
CueOn is a very valuable service. CLTs often don't get much receptive practice at work, yet are required to have the skills for professional screening exams. Amy was very kind and patient and in the two sessions I had with her, I saw my skills improve. Would get this weekly if I could. I cannot thank Amy enough for setting this up, as receptive practice is sorely needed in the cueing community!
Cue Educators were always patient, and provide engaging questions to spark interesting dialogue. They would ask questions to get him [my child] to express himself more, and were patient while he paused to remember which cues to use, or they had to repeat their cues slowly for him. They express an attitude of encouragement, gratitude, and pride to help give the courage he needs to be comfortable with his cueing. I am positive his confidence will grow in part thanks to Cue-On, not just Mommy. It is a worth while investment.