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sign language interpreter

  • Worked 1:1 with a second grader in a self-contained classroom, then 1:1 with a fifth grader in a mainstream setting
  • Helped develop and implement behavior plans as needed
  • Provided re-teaching and tutoring as needed
  • Assisted the classroom teachers as directed
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sign language interpreter

  • Worked as a 1:1 interpreter/intervener for a deaf-blind student
  • Collaborated closely with the Speech-Language Pathologist to assist in implementing a number of speech programs
  • Provided re-teaching, 1:1 tutoring, and behavior management as needed
  • Assisted the classroom teacher as directed
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sign language interpreter

  • Worked as an interpreter for a DHH program
  • Assist with learning and work one on one with student to facilitate communication.
  • Provides interpretation of material effectively both in English and American Sign Language to both students and staff.
  • Working as a language model to assist in building vocabulary and skills necessary according to students Individual Education Plan (IEP)
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sign language interpreter

  • Worked as a Sign Language Interpreter in a variety of settings, including mainstream elementary, high school self-contained, and DHH self-contained
  • Assisted the students with re-teaching and tutoring as necessary
  • Provide professional sign language interpretation to the communities in and around Louisville, KY
  • Adhere to the code of professional conduct from the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID)
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sign language interpreter

  • Facilitated communication for Deaf and Hard of Hearing students, including students with multiple disabilities, in grades 7-9. 
  • Elaborated and expanded on concepts to assist students’ comprehension. 
  • Provided academic support for students in core academic and elective classes. 
  • Collaborated with teacher of the deaf on accommodations and modifications necessary for student success. 
  • Collaborated with regular and special education teachers, as well as related service providers, to ensure accommodations were met for individual students. 
  • Aided in trouble shooting problems with amplification equipment. 
  • Provided substitute interpreting services as needed.