Hi! I would like to tell you a little about myself before I share my experiences with teaching Sign Language. Married for 25 years. Very active in church activities including a deaf Choir. Been a church nursery director for 3 years and work in the childcare field for 30 years.
Sign Language is not a universal Language, meaning every time I move, classes have to be taken to learn for the new area. Completed Sign Language I & II and plan on continuing my Education in the future at OSU for my degree. I hope I can teach students about the importance of sign language, and how it can be used as a tool in ministry. Hi! I would like to tell you a little about myself before I share my experiences with teaching Sign Language. Married for 25 years. Very active in church activities including a deaf Choir. Been a church nursery director for 3 years and work in the childcare field for 30 years.
Sign Language is not a universal Language, meaning every
I couldn't be happier to have chosen Janie B. as my ASL tutor, she's excellent. Very patient and makes learning ASL easy and fun. Janie B. is very professional, punctual, and reachable.
Janie is an awesome tutor. This is only me second lesson and I already feel comfortable enough to try using Sign language. When she teaches me a words she explains why the particular gesture is being used. For example, "the sign for morning is used to resemble rising from bed in the am." Her explanations make it easy for me to remember what I have learned. She ask for my input in reference to the pace of the lessons and she is very patient. I will definitely continue to take sessions with Janie.
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ADD/ADHD is a very fun area to work in. I have been trained/ work with special need/learning disability students for 25 years. I qualify with the classes taken: (1) teaching students with ADHD, (2) paraprofessional for special needs, and sign language level I, II & III. Along with all the classes needed to be a teacher ( English, Medical Math, Biology, Teaching math to grades K- 6. I have been a military wife for 25 years and have came to the point of retiring a year ago.
I am qualified for this job with the experience of working with grades k-3 - 5th grade for 25 years. I am a teacher now at Trinity Christian Academy and love working with all grades as needed. I have taken many instructive classes that has to do with different ways to teach based on the student. Every student learns different and you work with them until you find the solution that they can grasp. Classes taken - Paraprofessional for special needs, Math K- 6, Medical Math, English, Sign Language I, II & III.
I am qualified to teach elementary level English with the experience on one &one basis as well In a classroom. I like doing one on one more because I feel the student reaches their goal faster. The student is more open to Asking questions and embarrassment is less like to happen if they need help.