3 Sign Language Tutors Found Near Spokane, WA

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Kelly R.

Sign Language Tutor

Spokane, WA 99202

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

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Experienced Teacher and Tutor

I am graduating from a sign language interpreter training program in June 2016. I have had 6 quarters of American Sign Language, one quarter of Manually Coded English, classes in Deaf Culture, Linguistics of American Sign Language, and Discourse of American Sign Language. I have also completed 3 quarters of practicum as an interpreter for D/deaf/hard-of-hearing students. I have completed and passed the written portion of the Educational Interpreter Performance Exam with a 94%. I have experience teaching grades K-12, in a variety of content areas. I have done a wide variety of substitute te [more]

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Sharon E.

Sign Language Tutor

Spokane, WA 99216

Will travel 35 miles

$35 per hour.

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Early Intervention for Early Learners

I am a recent graduate of the Interpreter Training Program at Spokane Falls Community College in Spokane, Wa. and have earned my AAS Degree in this subject with a minor in Early Childhood Education and Special needs Children. Thank you for visiting my profile, and after reading my recent work history, you feel that my qualifications meet your needs I would be happy to discuss helping you and your student with challenges they face. For the school year of 2014-2015, I have been teaching an afternoon Kindergarten Enrichment class at a private school in my area. My class structure follows the mo [more]

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Eileen S.

Sign Language Tutor

Priest River, ID 83856

Will travel 20 miles

$20 per hour.

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Patient Educator

I can teach ASL I, II and III. I worked as a sign language interpreter in Maple Lane correctional facility in Washington State, however I am not RID certified. Along with ASL, I took many classes in Deaf Culture. I taught in a language intensive program for students with special needs including autism. I worked as a Para-Professional Educator in a behavioral classroom with up to ten students of varying grades. I assisted in their academics as well as with difficult behaviors. Many of the students come from troubled homes, making it difficult for them to learn and be included in an inclusive c [more]