Bethany Davis has been working in the educational field since 2007. She began as a Deaf Education paraprofessional before becoming a certified ASL interpreter, and eventually a full time ASL teacher. Prior to her current role, she helped write the ASL curriculum for two different school districts and piloted the ASL program at Eagle Mountain Saginaw ISD, where she currently teaches and mentors.
Bethany was inspired by the 7 Steps to a Language-Rich, Interactive Foreign Language Classroom, extending the concepts within to fit the complex grammar and visual aspects of American Sign Language. She made it an opportunity to provide additional resources for ASL teachers. She has presented at the local, state, national, and international levels in ASL instruction and community building.
Bethany wishes to continue collaborating with the Deaf community and ASL teachers to provide best practices in language instruction and ASL retention for both Deaf and Hearing students.