Search for a Framingham Dyslexia Tutor

Subject: Zip:
Suzanne S. ...It's one of the most important skills and should be taught early on. Although a great deal of my teaching experience has been co-teaching with classroom teachers K-5 and working with a wide variety of student learners helping teachers to differentiate instruction, I have also worked for many yea...
11 Subjects: including special needs, phonics, reading, writing
Northborough, MA
Megan D. ...I have my Massachusetts teacher's license in moderate disabilities PreK-8. I graduated with a master's degree in special education. I have worked with students with moderate special needs in public schools for 5 years.
16 Subjects: including ADD/ADHD, study skills, writing, literature
Uxbridge, MA
Cindy H. ...I also provide adult professional development and work with high school and college students on structure, vocabulary and grammar for essays and written reports. I believe that students learn best when engaged in meaningful instruction that relates to their experiences. I work with students to find those connections to help them learn.
12 Subjects: including special needs, phonics, reading, writing
Westborough, MA
Katie P. ...I currently use the Fundations program, which specifically targets phonics, decoding and fluency. We use the Handwriting for Tears model for our writing portion. I put 110% into my lessons and daily teaching.
9 Subjects: including ADD/ADHD, vocabulary, reading, writing
Milford, MA
Susan C. ...Hope to hear from you!! Best, SusanI am currently getting certified 1-6 in Massachusetts. I just graduated from Connecticut College with a certificate in Elementary Education. I student taught 2nd grade in Clinton, CT.
9 Subjects: including phonics, reading, Spanish, grammar
Wayland, MA