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Illinois State Un. (Deaf Education)
Working with children who are deaf and hard of hearing first became one of my passions when I was 16 years old and started working as a junior counselor at a summer job for deaf and hard of hearing students. While observing the deaf education teacher and watching the students learn, I knew that I wanted to encourage students to ignite their minds to learn. I have been teaching in the deaf education field for the past three years and am continuing to grow.
I love sharing this beautiful language with others and I believe that the best way to learn a language is to learn from native signers and practice often. As a college student, I volunteered to help my peers learn sign language for their sign language proficiency test.
Signing since I was around 5 years old, I thoroughly enjoy sharing my knowledge of the Deaf Culture and using my American Sign Language skills to help clients excel. Ranging from basic vocabulary to conversational phrases, I help clients gain understanding of the different aspects of American Sign Language. I provide practice cards, fingerspelling practice, video resources, and quizzes.
With a flexible schedule, I am generally available everyday from 11am-8pm. My rate is $35/hour and I can travel to meet with clients.
I look forward to hearing from you and helping you enrich your sign language skills! Working with children who are deaf and hard of hearing first became one of my passions when I was 16 years old and started working as a junior counselor at a summer job for deaf and hard of hearing students. While observing the deaf education teacher and watching the
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I am qualified to teach sign language because as a Deaf person, I use sign language to communicate and I am fluent in it. I am a certified teacher for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing and sign language is the primary communication mode in my classroom. I volunteered my time in college, teaching my peers sign language to provide them extra practice.