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Hello all. I am nationally certified as a American Sign Language interpreter. I've been doing it for more than 25 years. I have taught and mentored many to learn sign language and even to go on to earn their own credentials. I would like to teach at the High School or even college level but do not have a degree. I have no idea where to start. Wondering if anyone out there could offer input or direct me. Thank you all in advance.
Amy On 6/09/16, TrishaHicks wrote: > Hello all. I am nationally certified as a American Sign Language > interpreter. I've been doing it for more than 25 years. I have taught and > mentored many to learn sign language and even to go on to earn their own > credentials. I would like to teach at the High School or even college level > but do...See More
Jun 22, 2016
Melba Leach On 6/09/16, TrishaHicks wrote: > Hello all. I am nationally certified as a American Sign Language > interpreter. I've been doing it for more than 25 years. I have taught and > mentored many to learn sign language and even to go on to earn their own > credentials. I would like to teach at the High School or even college level > but do...See More
Jun 26, 2016
Melba Leach On 6/09/16, TrishaHicks wrote: > Hello all. I am nationally certified as a American Sign Language > interpreter. I've been doing it for more than 25 years. I have taught and > mentored many to learn sign language and even to go on to earn their own > credentials. I would like to teach at the High School or even college level > but do...See More
Jun 26, 2016
hollyteach Each state has different pathway options to certification. If you look at your state's licensure section on the state department's website, you should see "alternative licensure" or something along those lines.

On 6/26/16, Melba Leach wrote: > On 6/09/16, TrishaHicks wrote: >> Hello all. I am nationally certified as a A...See More
Jun 30, 2016
JakeASL Some states require business experience, especially if ASL is placed under CTE ( Career and Technical Education). WA ST. does this and has specific criteria that must be met by qualified Teachersfor alternative pathways to teaching.

JAke On 6/30/16, hollyteach wrote: > Each state has different pathway options to certification. If > y...See More


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