Bali: Deaf School

A stop in Bali isn’t complete without a visit to the Bali Deaf School. Joel takes a tour of the local
Deaf School, taking you on a visit on campus, inside the classrooms, and interacting with the
students in Bali Sign Language! Take a look at the types of classes they offer as they prepare their
students for careers beyond the classroom, and see what is similar and different from your own
typical Deaf school experience on this fun and entertaining visit to school!
Thanks to ZVRS for making our Around The World 3 trip possible with their sponsorship.

 

5 Comments

  1. Luis says:

    very nice!!

  2. Avery Ecklein says:

    Hi, I am deaf teen aged 17. I rode to school by having a city hired a cab driver to drop me off the school. Yet, I does not know how to drive because of I worried that I will die in car crash. There are even deaf village in Bali named Desa Kolok. The deafness among village is 1 in 40. It’s more than twice autism rate in the world. I am shocked that kids young as 8 ride in mopeds because of their parents work from early morning to late in night. I am shocked that kids are independent.

  3. Vincent Dion says:

    More interesting the culture Bali and Deaf school!!! Wonderful!!!

  4. antonio abreu says:

    Bem vindo visitar Bali

    Welcome to Bali

  5. T. Marks says:

    This is a great video. I love the power of technology. Deaf professionals and enthusiasts connect with folks from all over the world. This is great. Thanks for sharing.

    T. Marks

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