Search for an Arlington, TX Sign Language Tutor

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Tammy R. ...This gives ownership and a deeper understanding to the student. As a teacher of sign language, most lessons are taught voice-off. This is the best method for visual communication to happen.
1 Subject: sign language
Fort Worth, TX
Lesli B. ...I understand the frustrations and challenges that children face in school and I have been diagnosed with ADHD myself. I believe that my own challenge with ADHD allows me to empathize and provide the tools necessary for any child's success! It is important that parents are an integral part of the tutoring process and parents are their child's best advocate.I have been teaching since 1999.
19 Subjects: including sign language, writing, ESL/ESOL, grammar
Plano, TX
Rachel J. Hello! I have had 5 years of experience working with children within the school system- I worked as a sign language interpreter with kids in several elementary schools. I love working with kids and seeing them learn and grow.
17 Subjects: including sign language, reading, English, writing
Plano, TX
Alisia D. ...This year, I am currently teaching American Sign Language and Spanish II at the high school level. My love of languages has driven me to become certified so that I am able to teach these languages and share my passion of languages with others. I am also certified in Elementary Education up to 8th grade.
5 Subjects: including sign language, Spanish, ESL/ESOL, elementary (k-6th)
Frisco, TX
Dianne S. ...I constantly seek new methods to teach reading and encourage students to develop a love for the written language. I not only taught Special Education, I served as the Lead Teacher and Teacher Trainer. I have a wide base of knowledge about various disabling conditions and learning differences.
5 Subjects: including sign language, grammar, Special Needs, Bible studies
Fort Worth, TX