Search for a Lowell, MA Dyslexia Tutor

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Courtney C. ...I love working with kids and teaching them to draw new things. I would be a qualified tutor in Painting because I minored in Studio Art at Assumption College. I currently am a teacher assistant where I run my own art/craft group on Friday afternoons.
11 Subjects: including dyslexia, special needs, elementary math, drawing
Lowell, MA
Nick S. ...I am not certified yet however I am in the process of becoming certified, hopefully by the end of the upcoming summer. I have worked with special education students and all types of students in Lexington for the past two years. Before that I worked at an elementary school during college and on the Cape after I graduated.
21 Subjects: including dyslexia, reading, English, writing
Lowell, MA
Pat D. ...I have studied Spanish on a college level, but I am not a native speaker. My methods for teaching reading include whole word, phonetic analysis of words for pronunciation, and rote memory, if that is appropriate. My techniques for teaching elementary school writing include emphasis on creativity, spelling,grammar instruction, handwriting and use of word processing programs.
9 Subjects: including dyslexia, English, reading, writing
Lowell, MA
Anna C. ...Each student's needs are different, and I create individualized instructional plans for all of my tutoring students. But here is a list of some of the skills I have helped students build on the way to meeting their academic goals: Time management/discipline/organization/ memory: Using a planner...
27 Subjects: including dyslexia, reading, Spanish, English
Brookline, MA
Deb B. ...Since the Wilson system has a very specific method for proceeding through each step of each lesson, this was an important aspect in my training. Since my daughter is dyslexic and I was homeschooling her, my daughter was my student. I brought her with me every month to work with my trainer.
12 Subjects: including dyslexia, reading, grammar, prealgebra
Framingham, MA