- Levels Taught:
- Beginner, Intermediate
My family relocated to a different state and I began teaching homeschooled students ASL online via other video chat apps like FT, Skype, etc.
I had no idea that this (TakeLessons) existed and I’m not even sure how I stumbled across this app. I’ve been seeing various vocabulary signed differently compared to what I learned so I’ve been joining classes as well. Furthermore, I believe that there will always be something for you to learn no matter how skilled you are.
I noticed that there were no morning classes during the week and figured that I could share what I know with those who prefer morning classes.
- Teaches students:
- Ages 5+ and special needs
- Teaching since:
- January 2009
I’m fun, innovative, interactive and insightful. I believe that I am skilled at meeting people where they are, understanding how they learn, and adjusting my style of teaching to match their needs. My classes are voice off, but I have many visual cues along with text that will help students understand and flow.
Assisted in teaching ASL levels 1 & 2 to community and church members.
Teacher of Deaf children where academic instructions were done in American Sign Language. Topics including Math, Science, Writing, Reading and Literacy, Vocabulary and Social Studies.
Mrs. Williams is an awesome teacher. She is very patient and kind. I am not def and not very coordinated but I am actually learning and using what I learn, correctly, with my best friend who I recently reconnected with. Thanks Mrs. Williams for making this so much easier than I expected and working with me through my challenges!+ Read More
Brandy Q is patient, organized and make the lesson a real pleasure. No idea how I remembered all those words in 1 session only. She made it look so easy and fun at the same time.
Looking forward to be able to hold a full conversation in ASL.