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Lorri E. ...The program is multi-sensory which assists the students in retaining the information in long term memory. I am a certified teacher in special education. I taught students with learning disabilities, emotional disturbances, autism, and ADHD for 21 years.
15 Subjects: including reading, geometry, algebra 1, dyslexia
Lake Villa, IL
Grace L. ...I currently work as a full-time ESL instructor at a private college and specialize in many aspects of English language learning: vocabulary, conversation, reading, grammar and writing. It would be great to hear from you and look forward to meeting you. Together, we can work together one step at a time to realize your learning goals.
11 Subjects: including English, reading, writing, ESL/ESOL
Skokie, IL
Carolyn O. ...Please do let me know how I can be of assistance to you. My penchant for polysyllabics started young, borne out of a natural curiosity about the origins and meanings of words. Later, it was my study of Latin and other Romance languages that fomented my vocabulary and love of philology.
51 Subjects: including ACT Science, reading, ACT Math, English
Chicago, IL
Pamela S. ...It makes me happy and puts a smile on my face everyday when students succeed. Not only can I tutor math, but I try to help with as much subjects as I can. I always try to make learning very fun and love when students are engaged.
1 Subject: elementary math
Chicago, IL
Carrie S. ...I love words, the origins of their roots, and what they mean. Having a more vast vocabulary enhances both oral and written experiences. Simply put, students understand concepts more easily when they have an extensive vocabulary to back them up.
12 Subjects: including English, reading, writing, grammar
Libertyville, IL

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