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Amber F.

24 Reviews
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Starting at $60
  • Speaks American Sign Language
  • Teaching since 2012
  • Teaches students 1 and up
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Amber F.

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Payment Option 1: 30 minute session (1-2 students)
Payment Option 2: 45 minutes session ( 2 or more students)

Payment option 3: 30 minute Family Session (3 students)

Payment option 4: 45 minute Family Session (3-5 students)

Being born to deaf parents, my first language is American Sign Language. I am a CODA (child of deaf adult). My primary language is English and an expert ASL signer. By nature, Im apart of the Deaf/HH community and look to grow in advocating. I would like to reach hearing parents with deaf children or even hearing children with deaf parents by helping them advance in using their sign language skills proficiently.
I’m also interested in working with students whom are interested in ASL as a second language or even a hobby. Taking ASL in high school and need tutoring? I can assist in learning the visual and gestural communication of the signing.

***each ASL session is for up to two individuals. 2 or more pls ask about family/ goup rates.
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About Amber

Do you want to expand your signing skills from a CODA (Child Of Deaf Adult) and educator? ASL being my first language and English a second language, I’ve signed to my mother, father, brothers and others in the deaf community by nature. I’m currently learning to sign music in ASL which has been a no

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Latasha
Amber covered a lot of ground in 30 minutes but was very clear in her explanations. I also felt very comfortable, which is so important!
Pasche B.
She has helped me and 2 year old daughter become more fluent with ASL and she does a very great job 👍🏽 We will continue to grow with her. Thanks for your support and help!
Tamsin
Amber is fantastic with kids as well as kind and patient. She is a native speaker of ASL and can answer any question you have about it. Unfortunately for the last few months she's missed about every third class without even an apology. For the last two weeks she's completely no showed to lessons and is no longer responding to email.
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Nicole D.

2 Reviews
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Starting at $34
  • Speaks French, English, American Sign language
  • Diploma from Benicia High School
  • Teaches students 26 to 60
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Nicole D.

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Many students find learning a language hard or boring. Sign language is a very expressive and beautiful language. Some teachers are boring but I get creative and make learning fun for people that want to lean ASL

About Nicole

To my future students welcome!! I can't wait to get to know you! My name is Nicole, ASL is my favorite language because it's very expressive. I am hard of hearing and have a speech impediment which makes sign language easier for me to use. Fun fact #1 I was inspired to learn ASL from my deaf cou

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rosanna mairena
Just did the free intro class with you and really enjoyed it! You were patient and repeated things slowly when we needed it. My son's review: "I loved it and I learned a lot!"
My almost 10yr old son took it with me as he's been wanting to learn sign language to help him communicate. He's ADHD and gets frustrated super fast and likes to communicate non verbally when he's mad so we've been looking to learning "officially". We learned today the colors of the rainbow along with his favorite color gold, numbers and letters. We hope to take a paid class soon when we have discretionary funds :)
adrienne Joan Burton
Well done, Nicole. You truly care about us students.
Question: I was unable to question or comment while you were teaching. Please say how! /thanks

Cheryl I.

4 Reviews
Teaches Online
Starting at $20
  • Teaches Beginner
  • Teaching since 2002
  • Bachelor's in Elementary Education with Kindergarten Endorsement from Bethel University
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Cheryl I.

4 Reviews
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I am certified in American Sign Language. I can help teach for the basics.

About Cheryl

This is a great time to sign up with me to learn online. I am available to help with your educational needs while schools are taking a break. My name is Cheryl. My talents are to help students with their resumes and interview techniques, basic math skills, writing skills, and reading skills. I

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Candace
This was a first for us completing online cheer training to keep my daughter engaged throughout COVID lockdown. Cheryl was kind and supportive of my daughter as she tried new cheers and movements.
Her daughter was also a great co-teacher!
Looking forward to week 2.
Kristiana B.
Cheryl was great!! She was very knowledgeable and patient. My daughter was able to learn what we would consider a lot on the very first lesson. Despite the technical difficulties we were having with our personal equipment Cheryl was able to work through those issues with us and continue a lesson. She was friendly kind and reassuring to my daughter who doesn’t always have the most confidence in herself. She is helping her learn something that she really wants to do And helping her with her self-confidence as well! Couldn’t ask for anything more! Thank you so much take lessons and Cheryl
Lisa
I was so nervous waiting to get my evaluation, but Cheryl put me at ease. She was so helpful and I am truly grateful. Thank you so much Cheryl.

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Jennifer F.

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Starting at $34
  • Speaks American Sign Language, Spanish, French
  • Teaches students 5 and up
  • BA in Biology from Gallaudet University
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Jennifer F.

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Speak English and Fluent in ASL. I am hard of hearing. Will be using the ABC sign language book to maintain knowledge in Spelling, context, and grammar and will teach deaf cultures and history. Welcome to join Meetup Group (Location in Northern Virginia) to help to improve your sign language skills with other people who know ASL.

About Jennifer

I have been teaching ASL since 1988 as a tutor, professor at Montgomery college for a year, private class, and small classes in community. Also knowledge read and write in Spanish. Avid reader. I held Masters degree in education. I also work full time as govt contractor. Host in Meetup Group for S

Harold S.

1 Review
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Starting at $25
  • Teaching since 1986
  • BS in Information Technology/Information Systems Security from University of Phoenix
  • Teaches students 10 and up
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Harold S.

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Deaf, resourceful teacher/tutor loves helping students becoming better signers. I have a sense of humor & have been teaching & tutoring all my life.

About Harold

Hello, my name is Harold! I have been teaching & tutoring many students all my life. I enjoy doing that & it is my passion for many people to learn ASL to communicate with Deaf people. I will do my best to help you to improve your ASL skills or help you to pass your tests.

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Frankie
Harold is an amazing tutor! I have been working with him once a week and my signing has improved so much. He’s very patient and kind in his approach. Along with learning ASL I’ve also been able to learn about Deaf culture. I look forward to our lesson every week! I highly recommend Harold as an American Sign Language tutor.
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Robert L.

7 Reviews
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Starting at $25
  • Speaks English, American Sign Language (ASL), Spanish
  • English & Theater from University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
  • Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
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Robert L.

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I enjoy using American Sign Language as both a fun creative outlet through interpretation, and as a tool to communicate with members of the Deaf community. I have taught vocabulary and culture to students levels 1-3 and try to add as many relevant cultural insights as possible to my lessons.

Students can expect to focus on fingerspelling, hand shapes, vocabulary, facial expression, body language, and ASL interpretation skills.

About Robert

Mixing has been my passion for over 5 years and I regularly DJ for underground parties and live streams hosted by promoters and friends. My partner and I have developed an easy-to-follow 6-step method through our brand Mix 'n Match Mentors that teaches the basic "order of operations" you should fol

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Johnathan Mark
Was attentive and showed his passion for the art form each week! Really helpful in setting my base fundamentals.
Kenneth
Robert was truly fantastic at teaching me the basics of DJ'ng. He first showed me the ropes and then let me try things while he watched and advised. Robert really knows his stuff, and has a knack for presenting things in an easy-to-follow manner which I could understand. In 5 short classes I went from knowing nothing to understanding the basics of mixing with confidence. He is also fun to work with, and very easygoing which is a big plus. I would highly recommend Robert to anyone looking to get started in DJ'ing.
Brett
There are many aspects of Robert that make him uniquely suited to instruct people in the art and skill of mixing:
* he's an extremely empathetic person so he's always on the same wavelength as his student.
* he's an exceptional communicator, as evidenced by his fluency in not only English and Spanish but ASL as well. More importantly than his multiple-language fluency, he has a natural aptitude for teaching and explaining things in an intuitive way.
* he's extremely passionate about live music performance, but especially the sounds that get people moving on the dance-floor. He also possesses an exceptional breadth of knowledge of dance music as a whole: the history, the artists, the genres, and all manner of tracks from timeless classics to fresh releases.

Robert has put a lot of thought into how to build the fundamentals of mixing from the ground up. I know, because I was one of the first people he taught. When we started, I was overwhelmed by the flashing lights and myriad buttons on the controller, and couldn't transition from one song to the next to save my life.

The many hours we spent teaching me to mix had two significant outcomes:
1. Not only do I feel comfortable stepping up to the decks to mix, it's actually something I REALLY enjoy and look forward to.
2. Robert developed the teaching framework he'll use to teach you, which focuses first on mastering critical fundamentals in an intuitive, step-by-step process.

If you're anything like me, listening (and dancing!) to dance music is something that brings you a great deal of joy.

Take it from me: the thrill of a perfectly-executed transition from one song to the next is an intensely gratifying and thrilling one. Being at the helm of a controller, you get to play an active role in the music, which is so much cooler than just passively enjoying it. Robert got me to that level.

He can get you there too.

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"Kat is amazing and very interactive. I can’t wait for more lessons with her"
Brett
Took American Sign Language lessons from Kat F.
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"Amber is just a amazing...my son wanted to learn sign language. She was able to teach him. He will be taking more lessons. Thank you Amber"
Brasha
Took American Sign Language lessons from Amber F.
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"I really appreciate Eduardo's patience. I'm learning so much about both ASL and Deaf culture. Highly recommend!"
Amy
Took American Sign Language lessons from Eduardo C.
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"Is there anyway you would teach in person? Maybe meet up at a coffee shop or something like that? I just learn alot better in person."
Cody
Took American Sign Language lessons from Kaitlin W.
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"Kat is a very knowledgable teacher of ASL. I'm very impressed with her attention and respect for deaf culture. She's had high-level experience interpreting for the governor of CT. So cool with all those cameras! I highly recommend her for students of ASL in all levels, especially beginners."
Rusty
Took American Sign Language lessons from Kat F.
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"Eduardo is a great teacher, and is very patient. Working with him is fun and enjoyable."
Lisa
Took American Sign Language lessons from Eduardo C.
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"I've only had one lesson, but I can't wait for more! Kat was so nice, and very informative. I'm really excited to learn from her!"
Anna
Took American Sign Language lessons from Kat F.
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"YAAAAAAY! CAN'T WAIT FOR NEXT WEEK!"
Marissah
Took American Sign Language lessons from Chaneé N.
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"Eduardo is an amazing instructor. I love being able to gain insights into the deaf community from a deaf instructor. I also love his passion for music. He is very patient and fun to work with. Classes and lessons with him are challenging but fun, and I'm learning so much. Looking forward to more lessons!"
Kimberly
Took American Sign Language lessons from Eduardo C.
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"My daughter loved her first session and said that Amber was easy to follow. She is excited about learning a new language."
Brooke
Took American Sign Language lessons from Amber F.
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