I communicate in American Sign Language while working with Deaf and hard-of-hearing students in a classroom. I help students to build their vocabulary in American Sign Language and increase their knowledge of general education subjects such as math, science, and English. I also take special needs students into the community to prepare them become more independent in real world settings like shopping at a grocery store. I have previous experience working in education as a tutor and paraedu... [more]
I have assisted many students with their papers in regards to proofreading and helping them to further expand on their ideas.
I studied college-level theater arts and performed in theatrical productions from 2001 to 2011. The coursework that I studied includes Theater History: Ancient to Renaissance Era, Principles and Theories of Acting, Acting & Movement Training Program, and Technical Production. I have a lot of college-level experience in breaking down a script to understand a character's objectives throughout the scene and with working to fully memorize lines prior to a performance.
I have an International Master of Business Administration degree. I have tutored subjects in business including business ethics, advertising, and marketing. I graduated Magna Cum Laude and have been a member of the National Society of Leadership and Success since November 2014.
I have a Bachelor of Arts degree in American Sign Language/Deaf Studies. I have been immersed in many Deaf culture environments. I have studied various aspects of the Deaf culture and community ranging from Deaf history to Deaf literature. I have even studied Deaf cultures outside of the United States including Australia, Germany, and New Zealand (Maori and non-Maori). I have tutored students in American Sign Language ranging from pre-K to college.
Hard of Hearing
I have a Bachelor of Arts degree in American Sign Language/Deaf Studies. During my studies in this subject I worked with hard-of-hearing students. Even after my program, I worked with hard-of-hearing children through a county's office of education as a Deaf/Hard-of-Hearing Paraeducator.
I helped athletes to prepare for track meets by creating drills for both long and short distance events. I like to participate with the students as they do their drills; it's more interactive and the athletes (that I have worked with) responded well to my involvement. Everyone gets their hearts pumping during my conditioning drills during the season or during the off-season.