Search for a Dyslexia Tutor

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Joseph M. ...Better scores and grades translate into greater collegiate opportunities, and eventually better jobs with more income. Although all of these are important, I believe the means of education themselves are more important than the end goal. Test prep and standardized testing are necessary to determine student growth, but in many ways do not demonstrate critical thinking skills, or creativity.
17 Subjects: including phonics, dyslexia, ADD/ADHD, reading
Fords, NJ
Gloria C. ...And General Ed.: pre-k -6th grade. I've worked with a broad range of special needs students including but not limited to Down Syndrome, Learning delays, processing deficits, visually impaired and received certification in ASD (Autistic Spectrum Disorder) through Hunter College. I am presently working as a crisis intervention support teacher in the Dept.
2 Subjects: including special needs, elementary (k-6th)
Staten Island, NY
Colleen D. ...I've been a public school elementary teacher (grades 2-4) for 6 years. I've done private tutoring, was an employee of Kumon Learning Center, and was a small-group summer instructor for a private school. I graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education/psychology from TCNJ, and I earned "highly qualified" status for instruction in middle school mathematics, grades 5-8.
22 Subjects: including phonics, reading, ESL/ESOL, English
Union, NJ
Phyllis M. ...When I work with children, I want to see them succeed as if they are one of my own - their success is a win for all of us! Many children may struggle because they are being taught in ways that do not appeal to them. I prefer to do as much hands-on, thematic teaching as possible.
19 Subjects: including phonics, reading, writing, elementary (k-6th)
Hazlet, NJ
Rita S. ...I have taught in Brooklyn and New Jersey. I have a Master's degree in teaching, and am a mother of two children. My experience is with kindergarten-5th grade.
2 Subjects: including phonics, elementary (k-6th)
Old Bridge, NJ