- Teaches students:
- Ages 5+
- Teaching since:
I am fluent in American Sign Language and have been teaching classmates, adults and peers since I was 7! My mother and father both attended a school for the deaf and blind in Florida and raised me to speak ASL! I stayed surrounded by my parents’ friends who are all deaf and advanced my skills consistently.
While working in retail over the years and growing up in school, I was always designated to interpret for those who are deaf, I still travel around with my mother to interpret as well and I have gone to teach managers in retail stores to better assist them to interact with customers! With at your own pace practice in tandem with my advanced techniques, you will be translating Sign Language in no time!
I continue to receive stares, questions, smiles, shock and awe and continue to amaze people by conversing with my parents, other deaf individuals and translating for them that I forget how cool it is! Trust and believe, you will have the same recognition that I receive!
I work for Apple and I am an Apple Specialist! I work with iPhones, iPads, MacBooks, HomePods, etc. Spreading the knowledge of Apple and showing off the cool features and benefits Apple products have to offer!
I've been professionally recording music since I was the age of 12 yrs old. I've played the saxophone in high school and am getting back on that horse. Now I write and sing and look to extend my skills in the music industry as well as American Sign Language!+ Read More
I received my certificate of completion as a Transportation Security Officer
I don’t usually leave reviews, but I felt obligated to leave feedback about my learning experience with Mr. Scott.
He was extremely patient and answered all of my questions. Not only that, when teaching me the alphabet, he was very clever in his use of adjectives or phrases that assisted me with remembering certain letters of the alphabet that may not have been so obvious. Mr. Scott also has a sense of humor, which gave me much needed relief when I started becoming frustrated when I could not remember something I’ve already learned. I would highly recommend Mr. Scott as an ASL teacher, especially since he’s used ASL to communicate with his deaf parents his whole life.