"Ivy makes it very professional, she types out her words, she points to them, she shows appropriate facial expressions and she repeats it several times so they can learn it. Sign language is more than just hands. It's very important to use eye gaze and facial expressions to communicate," Jacobson said. "People are learning signs in the convenience of their own home. She also asks people what they want to learn, so every day she's teaching at a level that people can relate to and learn."