Search for a Commerce, CA Dyslexia Tutor

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Mercedes C. ...This is especially helpful with high frequency/site words and beginning reading. I also helped students with enunciation of English words, vowel and syllable recognition. I have worked for UCLA's Center for Community College Partnerships as a Transfer Adviser/Peer Mentor.
10 Subjects: including phonics, ADD/ADHD, dyslexia, reading
Los Angeles, CA
Carol Anne S. ...Prior to this, I have been both a substitute teacher for K-6 in the L.A. Unified district and, even earlier, a bilingual aide for second- and third-graders in Grant Elementary School in Santa Monica. I have helped the youngest of my students (pre-K) grasp the fundamentals of learning their lett...
33 Subjects: including phonics, special needs, ADD/ADHD, Spanish
Tarzana, CA
Connie W. ...I present a step-by-step approach for students who benefit from learning at their own pace. In math, a variety of manipulative devices, such as, touch math and mnemonic approaches are employed. Math strategies are presented in the four basic functions of arithmetic, fractions, and decimals.
26 Subjects: including special needs, dyslexia, autism, Aspergers
Los Angeles, CA
Adam L. ...A main component of my strategy is to find out what YOU like. Folks learn best when they feel personally connected to a subject; when they feel like they own a piece of it. So, that's what we're going to do!
45 Subjects: including Aspergers, phonics, reading, biology
Los Angeles, CA
Shiuli M. ...Now I am a professor at CSUN and I teach in the Elementary Education Department - I teach teacher candidates how to teach math, language aspects to consider, how to attend to individual students' needs. So I've had many different types of students. I also have a 4 and 2 year old so I'm learning how to teach to yet another age group!
10 Subjects: including phonics, reading, ESL/ESOL, elementary (k-6th)
Los Angeles, CA