Search for a Washington, DC Dyslexia Tutor

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Stephen L. ...During summers I worked as a counselor at a school for children with autism, as well as coaching at a soccer and education camp. Since moving to Washington, I've begun writing professionally for a number of outlets, as well as holding a day job at a non-profit organization. Starting this summer I've decided to pursue writing and begin tutoring again.
19 Subjects: including Aspergers, reading, English, writing
Washington, DC
Claire D. ...This has left me with ample free time, which is what led me to decide to seek work through WyzAnt. I believe tutoring fits well with my aspirations in the field of education, and is something I enjoy. My previous experience with tutoring is varied.
25 Subjects: including phonics, reading, Spanish, English
Washington, DC
Anna G. ...I have a degree in special education from the University of the District of Columbia with a focus on K-6th grades. I have completed my Praxis I and II for reading and math and elementary teaching skills. I have tutored six or seven students at the elementary level (2nd grade) in reading and math in a resource room.
37 Subjects: including phonics, biology, calculus, elementary (k-6th)
Washington, DC
Jessica W. At university, I majored in Film and Media Studies while minoring in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies as well as Writing, so I am very familiar with the skills needed to produce a thoughtful literary and visual analysis for English courses. I just spent a year teaching English at a high school ...
14 Subjects: including phonics, reading, English, grammar
Washington, DC
Vasuda N. I completed a major in International Relations and a minor in Public Health at Boston University. Throughout university I was actively involved in Model United Nations as a member of the debate travel team. After teaching ESL in South Korea as an English language instructor, I gained experience pr...
21 Subjects: including phonics, Spanish, English, reading
Washington, DC