Search for a Philadelphia Sign Language Tutor

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Elissa G. ...Personally, I found that stories or relate-able situations that pertain to specific concepts help the material "stick". However, I do strongly believe that some methods that work for certain individuals do not always work for everyone. It is always my goal to not only help students understand the concepts, but also to make things fun by explaining real life applications.
12 Subjects: including sign language, chemistry, reading, English
Bensalem, PA
Marie H. ...I have been a sign language interpreter for ten years. I've held national certification for seven years (NIC Advanced). I mostly interpret in medical, mental health, and post-secondary educational settings. Additionally, I mentor interpreting students during their practicum in college, and have been doing that for about five years.
15 Subjects: including sign language, reading, writing, elementary (k-6th)
Oaklyn, NJ
Laurie P. ...I have also tutored students to bring their reading skills up to grade level. While at Johns Hopkins as an undergraduate I worked as a Study Consultant for the Office of Academic Advising. I helped students develop organizational, time management and study skills.
19 Subjects: including sign language, reading, English, algebra 2
Runnemede, NJ
Kimmi K. ...I am attending college now to obtain my degree in ASL to English Interpreting/Sign Language Interpreting Education. I have a very good knowledge of both English and ASL linguistics (phonology, morphology, syntax, and semantics) and have studied grammar in both languages extensively. I have tuto...
1 Subject: sign language
Almonesson, NJ
Jaclyne B. ...My experiences ranged from teaching infants to adults. The reason I love teaching American Sign Language is because it helps individuals from two vastly different cultures (deaf and hearing) to communicate as one. Not to mention, it is fun to teach.
1 Subject: sign language
Burlington, NJ