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Arizona State University
While in my undergrad, I tutored many other students who were struggling in both classes I was currently attending and others I had previously taken. I love talking and teaching. I grew up with a reading disability. I was told about it in the 4th grade, and was told I would never read well. I took this as a challenge, pushing myself to read extremely difficult books. I read Milton, Tolkien, and others while in elementary school.
I got over my shortcoming, and excelled in class. I understand those who have hardships in school. I studied American Sign Language, and my psychology background focused on Cognition, Non-Verbal Communication, and Behavioral Analysis. I love these subjects and they came to me easily, I want them to be accessible to everyone. I have been taught various ways of learning to overcome my shortcomings, I'll use every means possible to help others learn these subjects. While in my undergrad, I tutored many other students who were struggling in both classes I was currently attending and others I had previously taken. I love talking and teaching. I grew up with a reading disability. I was told about it in the Read more
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I took American Sign Language 1 and 2 in high school, my teacher was not Deaf but Hard of Hearing
I took American Sign Language 101, 102, and 202 from Deaf Instructors my Sign Language 201 was done with a hearing instructor. I was in the Sign Language Club in High School, putting together Deaf Events, and promoting Deaf Awareness. I tutored for American Sign Language 101, and 102 in my Community College. I have friends who are Deaf that I communicate with via Skype to remain practiced.