3 Hard of Hearing Tutors Found Near Rochester, MN

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Heidi L.

Hard of Hearing Tutor

Saint Paul, MN 55102

Will travel 0 miles

$62 per hour.

4.97 301 ratings

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Creative Tutor for All Students and Learning Styles

Since I was 12 years old, I have been using ASL as a form of communication with individuals who are hearing impaired. I am able to fingerspell with extreme rapidity and have an adequate vocabulary of signs. I have worked with both students and colleagues who are moderately to severely hearing impaired and who communicated only via ASL, only through lip reading or through a combination of the two. I have spent a considerable amount of time with ASL interpreters to learn how to organize a classroom that maximizes the learning experience for a hearing impaired student. They taught me the bas [more]

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Carol S.

Hard of Hearing Tutor

Iowa City, IA 52245

Will travel 5 miles

$50 per hour.

4.87 134 ratings

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PreK - Elementary Reading, Math, Handwriting, Study Skills

When I taught preschool, I taught the children some basic sign language, and integrated them with songs and finger plays. It was very useful for having a peaceful classroom at snack time. I own a dozen Signing Time dvds, that instruct all the children in an enjoyable way, led by two children that are deaf. I also use a device called a Toobalu that brings a child's voice directly to his or her ears. I have a set of photos that show a person making all the sounds of the alphabet with lips and tongue, along with a steel mirror for the child to check his or her own formation, to help match the pho [more]

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Juilie L.

Hard of Hearing Tutor

Minneapolis, MN 55425

Will travel 6 miles

$35 per hour.

4.38 13 ratings

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Julie's Tutoring (Reading Improvement focus)

I am severely hearing impaired myself. I do not use sign language but have some limited knowledge of ASL. I am familiar with listening devices and assistive equipment. I have two adopted (adult) children, a daughter who taught herself to read and a son who struggled and struggled. This led to my gaining experience in understanding teaching methods. I began working as a paraprofessional substitute in the Bloomington District and worked with students with a variety of special needs. I spent some time working with autism students in Minneapolis. After getting a short call teaching license, [more]