Search for a Clyde, CA Dyslexia Tutor

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Molly L. ...Some of the techniques I've used are: 1. Having children use large muscle movements to "write" letters and numbers. 2. Having students practice writing letters and number using crayons, chalk, water and paintbrush and even tracing numbers and letters in sand to create muscle memory for the brain.
7 Subjects: including dyslexia, reading, elementary (k-6th), phonics
San Francisco, CA
Charles T. ...I have worked with top level advanced students seeking a deeper understanding as well as struggling and ADHD students. As an ADHD myself, I am personally very passionate about working with this group. I have developed several behavioral skillsets that work great for us ADHD creative geniuses.
23 Subjects: including dyslexia, calculus, statistics, geometry
Alameda, CA
Charlotte L. ...I also remember how great it feels when native speakers stopped me on the street for directions-that's when you know you've made it! I also had an emphasis in linguistics in college. Those classes turned out to be invaluable and I still use what I learned in those classes today.
22 Subjects: including dyslexia, reading, English, French
Orinda, CA
Maria G. ...Furthermore, I often asked questions about what the students are interested in so I can integrate their interests in my lessons and activities. If students are interested in a topic or activity, they are more likely to learn. Thus, they become more engaged.
23 Subjects: including dyslexia, reading, grammar, elementary (k-6th)
Walnut Creek, CA
Grace Ann B. I am entering my senior year at Pomona College, where I study English and Classical literature. I spent the last semester studying medieval and modern literature, creative writing, and contemporary art at Cambridge University in the UK. I will be living in Berkeley while I intern part-time at North Atlantic Books from mid-June until the end of August.
21 Subjects: including dyslexia, English, reading, biology
Berkeley, CA