Search for a Washington, DC Sign Language Tutor

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Darcy L. ...I teach children about letter names vs letter sounds, word families, and rhyming to develop their articulation as well as reading skills. I have also administered the Phonological Awareness Literacy Screening (PALS) to my preschool students. I am a speech therapist in the public school where I have worked with students from ages 2-22.
8 Subjects: including sign language, reading, grammar, special needs
Alexandria, VA
Dominique E. ...The sign language instruction that has been offered has been instrumental for persons who have had major illnesses or traumatic experiences causing them not to communicate verbally. The Instructors instruction has been in academic/educational, corporate, and religious settings. Students will le...
2 Subjects: including sign language, hard of hearing
Bethesda, MD
Sharon C. ...Music has always been an influential and important part of my life. Growing up with a family of musicians, I was able to teach myself how to play the drums from the age of eight. Over the years, I participated in band, orchestra, jazz band, and marching band throughout my schooling.
7 Subjects: including sign language, reading, writing, grammar
Alexandria, VA
Heidi M. I have past experience tutoring a variety of ages from elementary to high school, in multiple different subjects. I currently tutor some of my classmates at Gallaudet. I am a Psychology major, and I plan to work as a counselor, social worker or teacher in an Early childhood age setting.
6 Subjects: including sign language, grammar, photography, prealgebra
Alexandria, VA
Violet B. ...Not necessarily only my own experience that helped me feel confidence to become a good tutor but also from my mom's. Growing up, I watched my mom succeeding her own sign language classes for years. I find a great pleasure in teaching sign language because ASL is such an unique language and it'd make me happy knowing you want to learn it!
1 Subject: sign language
Washington, DC