Search for a Cicero, IL Dyslexia Tutor

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Susan S. I am an experienced special education teacher and tutor. Being a special education teacher means that I know how to pinpoint exactly how each student learns best and I have the patience and ability to guide students, no matter if they are in special education, gifted education or somewhere in betwe...
33 Subjects: including ADD/ADHD, phonics, English, dyslexia
Skokie, IL
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
Stacy H. ...I have taught grades 7th-12th in Chicago for the last two years. I currently work as a special education teacher in an alternative school that gives students last chance opportunities to graduate from high school. I seen a lot of success with my students this year and work one on one with them often to help them be successful in all subjects.
19 Subjects: including ADD/ADHD, special needs, dyslexia, phonics
Chicago, IL
Eleni C. I am a certified elementary teacher (K-6) moving to Chicago this summer. I have worked with children in the classroom for 6 years and am experienced in helping the most struggling readers reach their goals. I have worked with Everyday Math, enVision and Investigations math curricula and I am confident about my abilities to teach math concepts to elementary school students.
17 Subjects: including phonics, reading, French, English
Chicago, IL
Tara M. Hello! I hold teaching certificates in both New York and Illinois. Before moving to Chicago last year, I was born and raised in New York.
9 Subjects: including phonics, reading, grammar, elementary (k-6th)
Chicago, IL