Sonoran Desert Institute of Technology’s defense language institute is giving students an opportunity to try and understand how to understand and use their own language while in the process of being trained to defend their own life.
Kodak Black Institution of Technology recently partnered with the Sonoran National Defense Language Institute to create an online training program called “The Sonoran Defense Language,” which teaches students how to communicate with and understand their own native language.
“I think that in terms of the research that we’re doing, we’re looking at learning to understand the meaning of our own language,” said Rolfe Hildebrandt, the institute’s director of learning.
The institute is a private, non-profit educational institution with the mission of providing a safe, supportive environment for people with special needs, to help them achieve their goals, and to educate them to be effective citizens.
It offers a wide range of instruction on communication, communication skills, and learning, but it also aims to educate students on the role of communication in the daily lives of those who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Kodiak Black, the university’s associate vice president for communications, said the institute was inspired by the work of the American Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, which is trying to improve communication skills in the deaf community.
“They have this very strong relationship with the Department of Defense, and I think that’s the reason that the institute has taken on this particular role,” said Kodiak Black.
He said the program will help students learn to communicate in the classroom, while in their home, and in the field.
“The program will allow them to communicate as part of their daily lives, and they will learn how to do that in a way that is accessible to the general public, and that is helpful in making their own decisions about how they interact with people,” Kodiak said.
“If you don’t have a language, the most important thing is to have a partner that can understand it.”
The institute was founded in 2015 and is a partnership between Sonoran State University and the Sonora Center for Language, Culture, and Development.
The center has a total enrollment of about 1,200 students and a total of about 40 instructors.
Kodiak hopes the program can teach students how they can communicate better in the face of language barriers, such as deafness.
The program includes video lessons and quizzes.
The institute said students can also use the site to post their own research or write papers.