I love children and know hot to deal with them. When working as a ski instructor I usually deal with groups of up to 15 children. Surely it may be difficult and a lot of patience is required. But seeing a child smiling is one of the greatest satisfactions.
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Qualified nurse midwife, lecturer and writer, I have vast and varied experience of health and social care. I am also a qualified basic skills tutor. My teaching approach is to simplify complex mathematical conceptual ideas with poetry and especially designed materials taught one to one.
I use differentiation within my teaching methods and base my classes on an eclectic array including; deligatory, facilitator, demonstrator and hybrid. This depends upon learner needs and subject matter being delivered. Basically I like to think any lessons I deliver are learner centred.
I have BSc(Honour)Psychology with Makaton Certificate. Currently I am a postgraduate student in Bristol. I have more then 5 years experience working in education settings, using and teaching sign language in a daily bases. I have worked with Special Needs children in 1:1 settings in the classroom - both in mainstream and special needs schools in South West.
I have met many parents who want to give their child the advantage of learning before Kindergarten but just don't know where to begin or how. This is where I come in. My goal is to help parents with questions or concerns, especially new parents and to also show them that homeschooling a toddler can be done.
My teaching method is to be supportive, positive and encourage parents to be the best that they can be. By providing researched based curriculum and having fun, easy, and educational activities for parent and child to do together. I can also provide developmental screenings and help you find resources if there is a need greater than I can help you with.
I strongly believe when learning a new language that if you do not practice the language you will not receive the benefits from it. I will approach lessons at a consistent pace considering the language of ASL is both visual with its own grammar structure. Knowing everyone has their own learning style, I approach everyone differently.
I use life experience to help others to undestand how to deal with problems and challenges everyday!!! For me life is the great teacher!! So i will use my own experience with childs to teach others mothers at the beginning of this wonderful road!!
I have a Master's Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Texas at Dallas / Callier Center. I have different teaching strategies that are tailored to each student and family to ensure maximum growing in their sign language skills.
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I have always had an interest in American sign language, I took two years in college. While I am not a certificated interpreter I have tutored beginning ASL for 4 years. I have a Master degree in Educational Leadership. I have an excellent program that I use for review and practice online.
My background is in language acquisition. Beyond my education, my experience as a mother has helped me to understand how useful Baby Signs are. Lessons would involve most common words for different ages, songs to aid remembering, tips to incorporate and build on signs.
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