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UW-Madison (Communication Arts)
I am a graduate of the UW-Milwaukee ITP class of 1994. I also hold a BA in Communications from UW-Madison. I have 15 years of interpreting experience under my belt. I worked in the K-12 system for seven years as an interpreter, but I also taught sign language to each grade level throughout my time there. The main teacher and principal were always impressed with the high level signers we had in our classroom.
I take tutoring seriously and am known to be strict, but fun. My former students and employers rave about my ability to teach so effectively. Although some felt my classes were challenging, they were pleasantly surprised at their knowledge by the end of them. In addition to teaching sign language in the K-12 system for seven years, I also had the privilege of teaching Sign Language classes at the Oak Creek-Franklin School District's Park and Rec for two semesters. I love sign language and look forward to sharing it with you. Hello!
I am a graduate of the UW-Milwaukee ITP class of 1994. I also hold a BA in Communications from UW-Madison. I have 15 years of interpreting experience under my belt. I worked in the K-12 system for seven years as an interpreter, but I also taught sign language
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