Search for a Chicago Dyslexia Tutor

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Elsa G. I have recently earned my certification as a Multi-Sensory Structured Language Educator with the CATT-OG and I am equipped to informally assess and remediate gaps in both reading and writing. While studying at Northwestern, I focused on developmental psychology. Handwriting is important because it allows the student to conceptualize the word as a whole, rather than a sequence of letters.
5 Subjects: including dyslexia, reading, literature, phonics
Chicago, IL
Samantha H. ...As a school psychologist, I understand each child is unique and therefore, will learn in their own way as well. I have knowledge of multiple techniques to reach a wide range of students! As a psychologist, I understand that each student studies differently.
13 Subjects: including dyslexia, reading, algebra 1, special needs
Chicago, IL
Chaya Z. ...Many of these courses focused on helping student acquire phonics and use phonics as part of whole reading. I do not believe in teaching phonics with out Whole Language. As a Learning Behavior Specialist, and a teacher in a Therapeutic Day School, I am teaching Study Skills on daily basis.
22 Subjects: including dyslexia, reading, Spanish, English
Chicago, IL
Elizabeth I. ...I have complete a level one yoga teacher training course. I teach yoga regularly. I have done continuing yoga education in the vinyasa style and will be completing level two training in the winter.
32 Subjects: including dyslexia, reading, English, writing
Chicago, IL
Jacqueline C. ...At Kaplan, I collaborated with parents and set academic goals while aligning the program to Common Core State Standards. I also specialized in a program called SpellRead. SpellRead is an evidence-based reading intervention program for struggling readers with a focus on automaticity, phonemic awareness, and auditory processing.
16 Subjects: including dyslexia, reading, grammar, special needs
Chicago, IL