Originated by Robert Hoffmeister, The American Sign Language Assessment Instrument (ASLAI) is designed to
track the yearly progression of ASL and English print literacy over time for students ages 4-18. The ASLAI
consists of eleven receptive tasks: five related to vocabulary, three pertaining to syntax, and two reasoning
and comprehension tasks. The ASLAI is now available to schools, states, and programs throughout the country
on a contract basis.
For more information, contact: crt(at)tlcdeaf (dot) org.
© Hoffmeister, Fish, Henner, Rosenburg, Benedict, & Caldwell Harris, 2015
© Hoffmeister, & Fisher 2010 (Platform): © Hoffmeister, Fisher & McIntyre 2012 (Database design)