...Once students have learned to read they read to learn so it is one of the most important skills that they will need to gain information independently. Just reading a lot of books isn't the answer. Students need teacher modeling, explicit instruction, guided practice, and a gradual release into independent reading.
Northborough, MAView Tutor
...I have a deep love of film and writing and though I enjoyed my time at Fitchburg State learning how write, shoot, and edit films, I left school feeling like the right path for me is teaching. I also am a huge history buff, American history in particular is one of my favorite subjects to talk abo...
Rutland, MAView Tutor
...I have taught "gifted" student classes as well as "learning disabled" classes. I am very familiar with savants, ADHD, dyslexia, executive function disorder, autism, processing disorders, test anxiety, mood disorders, and many other diagnoses. In my full time job, I am currently an outreach therapist (and was formerly a Learning Specialist) at Franklin Pierce University in Rindge, NH.
Fitzwilliam, NHView Tutor
...Another subject I love tutoring is public speaking. Wellesley College hired me as a public speaking tutor in 2011 and I became a coordinator for the public speaking program the following year. I still have the handouts from the program and would be glad to share them.
Westford, MAView Tutor
...I recently graduated in May 2013 with a Master's in Education, ESL, and completed my practicum last fall in a self-containted High School ESL classroom (for the most intensive ESL teaching experience possible). I hold a dual MA teachers license in ESL and Spanish, secondary education level. ...
Holliston, MAView Tutor