Teacher for the Deaf/Sign Language Teacher CV Template


Thanks to certified teachers for the deaf or sign language teachers, students with hearing and speech impairment can go through education like any normal kid and can even pursue higher education.  A Teacher for the Deaf can be found from pre school all the way to college.  They are often trained as communications specialists with specialization in the language of their choice, mostly English and their equivalent sign language communication.

Teacher for the Deaf/Sign Language Teacher CV Template

Douglas L. Hyman, Jr.

Wellington St., Sheffield, UK

Phone: 01226-400912

hymanjr_dl40@ycmail.com

Objective

To be a lead Sign Language Teacher for the Deaf in a large community school specializing in the education of the deaf and hard of hearing kids


Summary of Qualifications

  • About 10 years of experience as a Sign Language Teacher for the Deaf for a couple of colleges in the US and the UK.
  • Trained in the US with excellent verbal and written communication skills in English.

Professional Experience / Career History

2002 – Present: Teacher for the Deaf/Sign Language Teacher, University of Sheffield

  • Develop the lesson plan for the courses designed for educating deaf college students go through their chosen course
  • Attend conferences and seminars on educating children with speech and hearing disabilities

1997 – 2002: Teacher for the Deaf/Sign Language Teacher, Bethel College

  • Conduct sign language classes for secondary classes
  • Assist grade school teachers in developing sign language training.
  • Work with educational audiologists in assisting children with hearing impairment

Education

1998:  Obtained certificate from the Texas Assessment of Sign Communications-American Sign Language™ (TASC-ASL™).

1995 – 1998:  Bachelor of Arts in Sign Language Interpreting, Bethel College

1993 – 1997:  BS in Psychology, UCLA

Professional reference will be furnished upon request.

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