3 Sign Language Tutors Found Near Olathe, KS

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Josie C.

Sign Language Tutor

Omaha, NE 68116

Will travel 15 miles

$45 per hour.

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ASL teacher/tutor

I am an NIC RID certified interpreter (Registry of Interpreter for the Deaf). I have been interpreting for more than 20 years and teach ASL at the college level, both in person and online. I have created online and face-to-face classes for the college level as well as developed and presented workshops on ASL. I have my BA from Lamar University. I love to teach and I love to see people learn. Though I'm hearing, I've been involved with ASL for more than 25 years. I love the language. I love to see how you can express yourself so beautifully in the language and make your ideas come to life. ASL [more]

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Doug W.

Sign Language Tutor

Ash Grove, MO 65604

Will travel 30 miles

$35 per hour.

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Certified Teacher, Experienced Tutor, Deaf/HOH Friendly

I have been learning about, studying, and practicing sign language for nearly four years. I can communicate utilizing either PSE or ASL. I recently returned from studying and working at Gallaudet University as a graduate student and a tutor. Education is my jam! I am a certified teacher (English grades 6-12), I possess CRLA Level I certification for tutoring at the college level, I have extensive experience as both a tutor and teacher for elementary and middle school mathematics, and I worked as a reading and writing tutor for Deaf/HOH students (freshmen through graduate) at Gallaudet Universi [more]

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Sign Language Tutor

Mount Pleasant, IA 52641

Will travel 40 miles

$50 per hour.

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Smart, caring help w/ Spanish, Sign Lang, Music, Piano and English

Taught several classes of beginning to advanced sign language for multigenerational classes of students. Developed lesson plans to make it fun and engaging as well. Can teach spelling, words and social etiquette as well. Specialized training involving workshops as well as months of classroom learning. The most important thing is not what the teacher knows but what the student needs to learn, and how to get there! Each student is different. You'll find I'm alert and keen to what motivates and informs each person as an individual. I learned Spanish in grade school and followed up with 4 yea [more]