Search for a Chelsea, MA Dyslexia Tutor

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Susan Y. ...I help my students gain more awareness around who they are as learners and help them to figure out strategies that work for them, based on their strengths, needs, and learning styles. I also often work with individuals on social thinking. I have many years of experience in helping individuals with Aspergers be successful, both within and outside the classroom.
43 Subjects: including dyslexia, reading, English, geometry
Lexington, MA
Pamela H. ...Figuring out words in context is learning vocabulary in the most natural way. Synonyms, antonyms and analogy have a game component that can keep interest while negotiating unfamiliar words. There is still advantage to drill, despite its monotony.
34 Subjects: including dyslexia, English, reading, writing
Lexington, MA
Alison A. ...After working for a brief period of time in a residential setting, I have experience working in all subject areas for ages 12-18; however, I am most proficient and comfortable with the humanities. I am currently a full-time student in a Clinical PsyD Doctorate program. My approach to tutoring i...
17 Subjects: including dyslexia, Spanish, reading, English
Charlestown, MA
Jada G. ...I also use the Wilson Reading program for my encoding and decoding instruction. As an experienced and successful elementary school teacher, I have 6 plus years of teaching math, at the elementary level. Occasionally, a tutee will need tutoring in some math, in addition to reading and writing, which is never a problem.
22 Subjects: including dyslexia, reading, English, writing
Newton, MA
Amy W. ...My bachelor's degree in special education included elementary education as part of the coursework and practicums. I student-taught in a 5th grade classroom. My master's degree in reading also included elementary education curriculum.
6 Subjects: including dyslexia, reading, spelling, elementary (k-6th)
Franklin, MA