Search for an Elgin, IL Dyslexia Tutor

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Lainie B. ...I have my masters degree in special education, reading, and elementary education. I have taught all grades k-5 and have been teaching special education for the past two years. I am willing to meet you and your child and am open to weekends and evenings.
12 Subjects: including dyslexia, ESL/ESOL, grammar, special needs
Chicago, IL
Laurie R. ...I use a broad range of methods and strategies to ensure student success, each of which is adapted to the learning style of the student. I have found that working with a student's teacher and, if applicable, IEP team, is very valuable in the tutoring process. I am very adept at interpreting and applying intervention plans, individual education plans, and NWEA reports.
32 Subjects: including dyslexia, reading, English, writing
Libertyville, IL
Melissa E. ...As an undergraduate, I took 18 credit hours of courses in special education, and in graduate school, I've had 9 credit hours of courses in the field of special education. I am familiar with both formative and summative assessments to track student learning. In addition, I work in an inclusion building, which means that all of my classes include students with IEPs.
41 Subjects: including dyslexia, English, writing, ESL/ESOL
Plainfield, IL
Amy W. ...I look forward to hearing from you and to help your son or daughter achieve academic success!I have been an Elementary and Special Education teacher for 9 years. I am a highly qualified Reading Specialist. I have used and an trained in research based reading interventions including Wilson's Fundations, Sonday, SRA, and Reading A to Z.
8 Subjects: including dyslexia, reading, elementary (k-6th), special needs
Chicago, IL
Jean F. ...My bachelor's degree focused on students with moderate to severe, multiple disabilities, including students with autism. I utilize systematic instruction, along with visuals for instruction and communication for individuals with autism. I'm familiar with behavior interventions as well as augmentative communication devices often used by individuals with autism.
5 Subjects: including dyslexia, special needs, autism, phonics
Chicago, IL