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Hagerstown Community College, Frederick Comm.Cllg (Elem.Ed and ASL)
I am currently working at the Board of Education as a substitute teacher, specializing in Elementary Schools, along with working with Special Ed students.The dpecial needs of these students can vary from Downs Syndrome, Autism, learning issues, and language barriers. I have gone to Hagerstown Community College, working on my major in Elementary Education, and have taken Early Childhood Education classes. I have my paraprofessional certification. In 2007, I started taking American Sign Language courses through Hagerstown Community College, then later I finished all the ASL classes that Hagerstown offered along with classes at DeafNet, which is the Deaf Service provider in our community. I also finished my Interpreting classes through DeafNet. I went to Frederick Community College and graduated in May 2013, with Distinguished Honors in their ASL Studies program. I made the Dean's list three times, and was inducted into Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. I am also certified in Baby Sign Language.
I love working with students helping them learn, whether it is with a hearing student, or working with a child who is deaf. One on one tutoring gives the students the extra help they may need in a subject.
In addition to my Educational accomplishments, I have worked extensively with children, both professionally and on a volunteer basis. I have been a licensed daycare home provider, and have also worked in daycare centers. I have volunteered in the schools, and have also been involved with the Big Sister Program, Parent/Aid Program. I am currently an active Court Appointed Child Advocate.
I sincerely enjoy working with children and would like the opportunity to work with your child(ren). Hi!
I am currently working at the Board of Education as a substitute teacher, specializing in Elementary Schools, along with working with Special Ed students.The dpecial needs of these students can vary from Downs Syndrome, Autism, learning issues, and … Read more
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