Search for a Washington, DC Sign Language Tutor

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Jennifer G. ...Why is learning ASL important? ASL is important because it will enable you to meet with a whole new group of people. My goal to deliver a convenient, enjoyable, learning experience that goes beyond the basics and empowers!
1 Subject: sign language
Washington, DC
Zenobia F. ...I was a tutor for 10-16 year olds, helping students gain better reading and comprehension skills. American Sign Language and Reading Comprehension-I was involved in helping children in kindergarten through third grade enhance their reading skills through various activities and exercises as well ...
5 Subjects: including sign language, reading, ESL/ESOL, general computer
Washington, DC
Matthew K. ...I have experience teaching ASL and interpreting skills. I started a business to teach service industry workers how to communicate with the deaf in a way to make their business more accessible to the deaf, for a win-win situation for both parties. Please consider me as you look for a tutor.
4 Subjects: including sign language, cooking, hard of hearing, general music
Washington, DC
Kate H. ...The way I teach is centered around my belief that all people can learn. I also believe that we do not all learn in the same ways. I know how to diversify my teaching in order to meet each individuals' interests, needs and abilities.
9 Subjects: including sign language, English, reading, writing
Washington, DC
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