Search for a Cicero, IL Dyslexia Tutor

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Kathleen K. ...A rich vocabulary distinguishes the intelligent and educated individual. Reading and taking note of words that are unfamiliar, and then discovering what those words mean, how they are used, and when they are used properly, can often determine your success in school essays and job interviews. The inside secret to figuring out what a word means is to learn its "roots", or basic parts.
27 Subjects: including autism, Aspergers, ADD/ADHD, special needs
Lincolnwood, IL
Charlotte K. I graduated from Michigan State University's College of Education in May of 2012. I moved to Chicago to student teach in Chicago Public Schools. I currently work as an assistant teacher at a day care center in the West Loop.
17 Subjects: including phonics, reading, writing, geometry
Chicago, IL
Ross A. ...Provided one-on-one support for children diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorders and their families. Developed treatment plans to address behavioral challenges, which are sometimes associated with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Implemented plans through weekly skills training sessions with clients and their families.
5 Subjects: including special needs, sign language, study skills, psychology
Chicago, IL
Rayna Y. I am a former classroom teacher with a B.S. in Elementary Education, K-6, ESOL and M.Ed. in Curriculum & Instruction, K-12. In addition, I have a J.D. in Children & Family Law enabling to continue my focus on the need of children outside the classroom. My career is focused on enabling students to succeed!
11 Subjects: including ADD/ADHD, phonics, reading, grammar
Chicago, IL
Kerry L. ...I also have taught writing as an adjunct and graduate aide instructor and have mentored at both secondary and post-secondary levels. I am comfortable tutoring a middle school, high school or college student. I also have experience teaching public speaking and performance.
9 Subjects: including phonics, reading, writing, English
Chicago, IL