...This is especially true for those of us who teach students labeled EDLD. One of the core differences in teaching special education is the necessity of providing direct instruction in how to be a successful student. A large proportion of the students who are given these labels suffer from some form Executive Function disorders.
Annandale, VAView Tutor
...As part of my ESOL teaching experience (10 years), I have worked with phonics materials both for spelling and pronunciation. In addition, phonics training was part of my original undergraduate degree in education. I lived in Israel for a total of two years, studied at an Ulpan, and have taught Hebrew to both children and adults for more than 30 years.
Rockville, MDView Tutor
...I work with students on basic sentence structure, five sentence paragraphs (topic sentence, 3 detail sentences, conclusion sentence), and finally on 3-5 paragraph essays. I have taught complex grammatical structures to advanced students. In addition, before I was TEFL certified, I worked as an attorney and I was responsible for drafting a variety of legal documents.
Washington, DCView Tutor
...I worked for 5 years in FLES (Foreign Language Elementary School) all around Montgomery County. I have a degree in Sociology and M.A. in Political Science. I am certified in Psychology & Counseling (George Washington University), Social and Behavioral Sciences.
Bethesda, MDView Tutor
After graduating from the University of Richmond in 2010, I have spent the last six years in the Washington DC area. I currently work as as a Portfolio Manager building out a multi-family office in Washington DC. Prior to that, I worked as an adviser at a private wealth management firm, working with high net worth individuals and families.
Chevy Chase, MDView Tutor