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(20) Braille tutors for lessons, class and homework help

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Max

credentialed teacher, linguist and writer

After a long career in journalism, I gradually began to switch to teaching in 2001, and became a full-time teacher in 2006. I have spent seven years as an after-school teacher, four years as a remedial reading and math teacher, and one year as a student teacher while earning my California teaching credential. Currently I work as a preschool teacher, an English tutor for newcomers to the U.S., and during the school year as an after-school teacher at San Francisco Friends School, where I teach ... Read more


Tiffany

Patient and Knowledgeable Special Needs Tutor

I am a tutor with over 23 years of experience in addition to being a Colorado educator; and, I particularly enjoy working with individuals who have various learning challenges whether they are physical, cognitive or emotional. Despite legislation to the contrary, I have found that there are too many students who get left behind in the school systems due to their disabilities. Having experienced the life-changing onset of disability myself, I shine as a special needs tutor not only as one wh... Read more


Kelly

Experienced teacher

I'm a teacher in a local school district, and I am able to tutor a wide variety of subjects at the elementary and middle school levels. I have a Master's degree in Special Education from The College of New Jersey, and a Bachelor's in Psychology and Special Education. My particular strengths are teaching science and math, and especially working with the new Common Core math programs. Read more


Amelia

Forever reading, writing and teaching!

Hi! I'm Amelia, I also commonly go by Amy. I'm a year away from receiving my Master's degree in English. As an undergraduate, I studied English and French. I've worked as a French tutor for the French Department at Cal State Fullerton, and as a writing tutor at the Writing Center as well. The thing I most love about working with students is being able to help them gain confidence, and develop a working style that makes them comfortable and works for them. I love to learn as much as I love to ... Read more


Wendy

Licensed Teacher of the Visually Impaired - Braille

I am a licensed teacher of the visually impaired who is available to tutor students in Braile and the Nemeth Code. I am earned a BSED in English Education and an MED in Special Education from Ohio University. I also completed Ohio State University's Teacher of the Visually Impaired Program. I am licensed in the state of Ohio to teach English, French, and students with Visual Impairments. Due to the nation-wide shortage of TVIs, some Braille tutoring may be available via Skype. ... Read more

Teaches 1 subject


Kanit

A doctoral student in educational leadership

I’m Kanit P., a Thai blind student pursuing in doctoral degree in educational leadership at California State University, Los Angeles. Prior to becoming a doctoral student, I received the master’s degree in special education and certificate in transition specialist at California State University, Los Angeles, Master’s degree in public administration and bachelor’s degree in education at Chula Longkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand. I used to serve as teacher assistant for two years while bein... Read more

Teaches 3 subjects


Alicia

Engaging and Qualified Tutor in Language and Music

Hello! I am a Houghton College graduate with a BMUSin voice, a concentration in linguistics and minors in Spanish, French and intercultural studies. My classwork has since been supplemented by professional performing experience and by several summers in Latin America and the Francophone world. I went on to complete an MA in applied linguistics at the Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics, where, among other things, I was trained in effective language-learning technique. I have experie... Read more


Tina

Write On Tutoring: Tools for Writing, Reading, Speaking and More!

I have a degree in speech/language pathology from the University of Kansas. I provided private language therapy to a young man with Aspergers during his senior year of high school to assist him in developing personal strategies to better relate socially. He was especially interested in learning to better understand aspects of humor such as use of idioms, sarcasm, and jokes in general. I shared idioms and jokes that we analyzed together, and he shared aspects of real-life, problematic social situations so that we could work together to clarify them. I am familiar with the use of social stories Read more


Carla

Knowledge is wealth and wealth is power

I have had several opportunities to tutor different subjects to A variety of age groups. While in college, I did one on one tutoring with students who were learning the Spanish language. Since I have been in Michigan, I have done part-time work in after school programs. In Melvindale high school, I tutored math, Spanish, and creative writing. As a volunteer, I have assisted in English as a second language classes. During a recent summer, at a community Center, I taught Spanish to elem... Read more


Norma

Patient teacher available to tutor

As a Special Education teacher, I have taught many students that have ADHD. I have taken many workshops on teaching students with ADHD. When tutoring a student that has ADHD the tutor needs to be organized, patient, and very positive. As a tutor and a teacher, I come prepared for my tutoring sessions. I am very patient, and always praise my students as the lesson progresses. Read more


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