Search for a College Park Sign Language Tutor

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Kayla W. ...I'd love to help a student grow in those areas too! Working in education, specifically Deaf students and those with special needs, has taught me proper interaction skills and new perspectives on how to tutor. If you are a future interpreter, ASL student, someone who wants to brush up on their s...
16 Subjects: including sign language, chemistry, reading, English
Woodbridge, VA
Earl M. ...During those 2 years, I participated in intensive classes to increase my skill quickly. A few years later, I taught ASL I & II on the high school level for 3 years. I've used Outlook personally and professionally for more years than I can count.
18 Subjects: including sign language, English, reading, general computer
Alexandria, VA
Shannon M. ...Working freelance, I am exposed to a variety of settings. This has included many k-12 classes, as well as college level classes. I would be happy to help new signers or very new interpreters practice and build on their skills.
3 Subjects: including sign language, proofreading, hard of hearing
Parkville, MD
Tressela B. I love to teach American Sign Language, and have taught part time as well as full time for over 20 years. I have taught at colleges (Gallaudet University and many community colleges in Virginia and South Carolina) hospitals, police and fire departments, churches as well as giving private lessons. My most recent full time position was at Clemson University.
2 Subjects: including sign language, hard of hearing
Mount Rainier, MD
David P. ...In addition, I hold a degree in Arts and Art History and have participated in many Art exhibitions. I specialize in tutoring students in English (TOEFL), French, Sign Language and Fine arts (painting and drawing). My tutoring methods include working on speaking (pronunciation), vocabulary and writing. I make use of audio materials, pictures and videos to reinforce learning.
5 Subjects: including sign language, English, French, painting
Beltsville, MD