Camden County College (Sign Language Interp)
Hello parents and students!
My name is Marie. I have been a sign language interpreter for ten years. I've held national certification for seven years (NIC Advanced). I mostly interpret in medical, mental health, and post-secondary educational settings. Additionally, I mentor interpreting students during their practicum in college, and have been doing that for about five years.
I also homeschool my son and teach sign language classes at his co-op for homeschooled students. I currently teach sign language classes for 3rd-5th graders and middle school students. I have also taught 1st-3rd graders. My approach to teaching follows the same sequence as college level classes - we begin with conversational American Sign Language with grammar and vocabulary included in each lesson. The first lesson is how to introduce yourself, followed by how to ask questions, and how to describe your family. If there is specific vocabulary you want to learn, it can be incorporated into any lesson.
Tutoring sessions can be held at an agreed upon location. Each lesson will last one hour, typically once a week. You will need to practice skills learned throughout the week and those skills will be reviewed at the following lesson before learning new material.
In addition to sign language, I can also tutor elementary school students in various subjects. As I said above, I homeschool my own son, teaching all subjects myself. My son has ADHD, so I have come up with many ways to work with him through his struggles to pay attention to become a very successful student. I am patient and able to accommodate various learning styles.
Please contact me with any questions. I look forward to meeting you and your child! Hello parents and students!
My name is Marie. I have been a sign language interpreter for ten years. I've held national certification for seven years (NIC Advanced). I mostly interpret in medical, mental health, and post-secondary educational settings. Additionally, I mentor interpreting students during their practicum in college, and
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I am a certified interpreter. I can communicate fluently in American Sign Language. I also have experience tutoring Deaf students in English and writing at the college level.
I have an AAS degree from Camden County College in sign language interpreting. I graduated from the program in 2004 and have been interpreting professionally since. I've been interpreting for ten years. I've held NIC Advanced certification for seven years. I interpret professionally full-time in settings such as medical, mental health, and post-secondary education. I teach sign language classes to homeschooled students in 1st-5th grade and middle school.