8 Sign Language Tutors Found Near Washington, DC



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Darcy L.

Sign Language Tutor

Alexandria, VA 22304

Will travel 7 miles

$60 per hour.

4.97 58 ratings

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Speech/Language Pathologist

I attended grad school at Gallaudet University where I took three levels of ASL, as well as two classes involving signing related to speech/language pathology. After graduating, I was a speech pathologist in the public school for students who were deaf or hard-of -hearing where I taught students orally or through ASL or cued speech. Hi, my name is Darcy and I have been a speech/language pathologist in the public school for nine years. I have worked with students ranging from 2-22 years of age on expressive and receptive language skills, phonology, articulation, grammar, writing, vocabulary, [more]


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David P.

Sign Language Tutor

Beltsville, MD 20705

Will travel 18 miles

$40 per hour.

4.9 199 ratings

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Result Oriented Tutoring in English, French, ASL and Fine Arts

I am a fluent signer ( American Sign Language) and former Fulbright Scholar at Gallaudet University, Washington DC, the world's only liberal arts college for deaf and hard of hearing students. While following my MA program in Deaf Education at Galludet, I had the privilege of working with students and professors from different backgrounds and nationalities. In addition, I had the opportunity to do internship programs with deaf students at Model elementary for the Deaf in Washington DC. These experiences gave me a great understanding of how to approach teaching and tutoring diverse indiv [more]


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Brandon W.

Sign Language Tutor

Springfield, VA 22150

Will travel 25 miles

$45 per hour.

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Proud Black Deaf ASL user

As a Deaf person, I have direct experience with and am personally vested in many aspects of the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing community. Furthermore, my life has taken me to different regions in the southern, eastern, and western regions of the U.S., helping me as a native ASL user to be an acute observer and learner of regional and cultural varieties of sign languages. I have a degree in Social Work. I have also been a language consultant for an ASL linguistics course at the University of California, Davis. In addition, I have worked with Deaf and Hard of Hearing students in their ASL language dev [more]


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Ashley F.

Sign Language Tutor

Arlington, VA 22202

Will travel 10 miles

$50 per hour.

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ASL pro and Nursing buff

I lost my hearing in my right ear in 2005. I learned ASL as a precaution. It turned out to be a blessing in disguise. I?ve been fluent now for 11 years teaching/tutoring home schooled children and children with learning disabilities a second language and culture. My name is Ashley. I am an RN with a background in trauma ICU. I graduated from Fitchburg State University with a BSN in nursing. I am a member of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing. During my undergrad, I worked for the school tutoring center helping fellow nursing students succeed. I?ve been a nurse for 4 years n [more]


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Tressela B.

Sign Language Tutor

Mount Rainier, MD 20712

Will travel 30 miles

$70 per hour.

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Experienced ASL lecturer available for tutoring/private lessons

I am a Deaf native ASL user, as well as an experienced professional teacher. I have taught at Gallaudet University and many community colleges in Virginia and South Carolina. Most recent position as a lecturer at Clemson University. Am working on certification before returning to full-time teaching. I love to teach American Sign Language, and have taught part time as well as full time for over 20 years. I have taught at colleges (Gallaudet University and many community colleges in Virginia and South Carolina) hospitals, police and fire departments, churches as well as giving private lessons. M [more]


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Dominique E.

Sign Language Tutor

Bethesda, MD 20814

Will travel 40 miles

$55 per hour.

4.88 17 ratings

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American Sign Language: Individual & Group Instruction

Students will have a face to face interaction with an instructor who is Hard-of-Hearing (HOH), and has been using American Sign Language as their primary method of communication. The Instructor is a skilled lip reader and uses voice to communicate with and in the hearing community. The student will gain personal insight into the life of one whom is HOH, the idioms, slangs, and language. The Instructor has offered ASL instruction for more than 30 + years for toddlers, to ensure better communication with parents until they learn how to vocally communicate, for interested children and youth, [more]


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Glennyce I.

Sign Language Tutor

Washington, DC 20001

Will travel 10 miles

$35 per hour.

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Languages are a gift! Let's enjoy them!

My experience as a Teaching Assistant in college was the vehicle that helped me really decide that I wanted a career involving ASL, ultimately becoming an interpreter. As a TA, I often lead class lessons when asked by the professor and held office hours and tutoring for the students who needed extra help or just wanted to practice signing. I was also involved in the ASL conversation groups on campus lead by my professor for ASL students of every level. I've always known that I wanted to help others, and I realized that my love of languages would be the perfect vehicle for me to do so. I began [more]


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Rarity L.

Sign Language Tutor

Washington, DC 20036

Will travel 1 miles

$25 per hour.

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Tutor with a diverse body of experience

I have an Associate of Arts Degree in American Sign Language and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Deaf Studies. I have a tentative M.A. in ASL Interpretation and Translation Studies at Gallaudet University. I'm an ASL Teacher assistant and tutor, and have participated, involved, and facilitated various Deaf events, conferences, and workshops. In addition to my academic qualifications and experience, I have professional qualifications and certifications in the areas of political advocacy, small business, public health, the disability community, and philanthropy. Moreover, I hope to become a certi [more]