Search for a Washington, DC Sign Language Tutor

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Kayla W. ...I have tutored ASL to high school and college students with success. I've also been an interpreting mentor for a year. I graduated from Ohio University with my associates in Deaf Studies and Interpreting August 2015 and my Bachelors of Specialized Study: Communications, Biological Sciences, and Deaf Studies December 2015.
16 Subjects: including sign language, chemistry, reading, English
Woodbridge, VA
Earl M. ...My teaching philosophy is "If I know it, I want you to know it too." Learning is fun! I have a great sense of humor and can make learning easier through humor, comparative theory (comparing real life to what you need to learn), and practical application. I'm funny, a bit quirky, analytical (breaking concepts down), and very imaginative.
18 Subjects: including sign language, English, reading, general computer
Alexandria, VA
David P. ...I am a former Fulbright Scholar at Gallaudet University, Washington DC. I have taught English at secondary school level to deaf students for five years. I hold BA in Theology from the Cameroon Baptist Seminary.
5 Subjects: including sign language, English, French, painting
Beltsville, MD
Tressela B. ...My most recent full time position was at Clemson University. I recently relocated to the metro DC area. I am available to work with families, individuals or groups.
2 Subjects: including sign language, hard of hearing
Mount Rainier, MD
Glennyce I. ...During my time there I was a Teaching Assistant for the university's level 2 American Sign Language courses. Although I was a TA for ASL, I majored in English and Creative Writing. Of all the languages I took an interest in, American Sign Language really is my passion.
3 Subjects: including sign language, writing, vocabulary
Washington, DC