8 Dyslexia Tutors Found Near Cape Coral, FL

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Sylvia C.

Dyslexia Tutor

Naples, FL 34102

Will travel 40 miles

$50 per hour.

4.73 60 ratings

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Patient English Language Tutor in Reading and Test Prep Skills.

I was a reading tutor for a college student diagnosed with Dyslexia. I attended the June Shelton School training program in Dallas, TX. This school is specially geared to students with Dyslexia and Learning Disabilities. It is Pre-K through High School. Students from all over the world attend this very specialized learning environment. I received a certificate of completion for this training. I have worked with students with mild and severe forms of Dyslexia. These students need positive reinforcement and special adaptive means to learn to read and sometimes write. This may include aud [more]

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Renee B.

Dyslexia Tutor

Naples, FL 34109

Will travel 10 miles

$45 per hour.

5.0 344 ratings

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Reading/Phonics/ESL/PreK and Early Education tutor. Let's learn!

Cat, hat, pat, rat and mat. An alligator and an ant are awesome. Those with dyslexia will struggle in this area. These rhyming words and sentences are the beginning steps to reading with success. I can help your dyslexic student through repetition of letters, sounds and sight words. We can learn to read using funny word sentences. I will work with the dyslexic student on recognizing sound letter patterns, and reading and writing skills. I can provide private reading instruction that will benefit kids and adults with dyslexia. I use multi-sensory materials to help you learn. We have fun while [more]

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Neil G.

Dyslexia Tutor

North Fort Myers, FL 33903

Will travel 40 miles

$50 per hour.

4.96 49 ratings

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Experienced In-Home Tutor--multiple academic degrees/subject areas

In my 20 plus years of experience as a teacher, I have worked with many students with dyslexia. Among the students who mixed letters up (usually English classes), I had them keep a notebook of their most commonly misspelled words that they needed to refer to when they were proofreading their writing. When it came to reading, I did a lot of reading together with them to catch misspoken words. Of my math students, this was trickier to stay on top of because when the numbers were backwards or upside down, their computations would be compromised. I had to work out a lot of problem solving with [more]

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Jessica L.

Dyslexia Tutor

Naples, FL 34114

Will travel 30 miles

$30 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

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Special education teacher

I have taught special education for 17 years and have seen and worked with students who have several types of dyslexia. I currently have one 5th grade student in my class who is dyslexic. I work closely with him in 2 small guided groups a day at school. I am a teacher in the Collier county school district. I currently teach 4-5th grade students with learning disabilities and Emotional/behavioral needs. I have been a special education elementary teacher for 17 years. I recently moved to Naples FL in July 2017. I taught in NYC before moving for 13 years. I taught for Rockland Boces K-2 autisti [more]

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Susan L.

Dyslexia Tutor

Naples, FL 34109

Will travel 10 miles

$50 per hour.

4.69 13 ratings

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Education is Growth

There are many signs and symptoms of dyslexia. A reversal of a b and d is a early signal for a young child, however, it can quickly be outgrown by grade 3. Dyslexia affects children and adults in many ways. Some see words on different lines as well as a sentence to them, could be spread throughout the page. Once it is determined how a child "reads" a page, a reading method can be developed to help the student track the words on the page for fluent reading. Many times students fill in their own words after then determine what the first sound of the word may be. They also skip lines as they [more]

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Kim M.

Dyslexia Tutor

North Port, FL 34287

Will travel 20 miles

$35 per hour.

5.0 15 ratings

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Effective Tutor specializing in Reading, English, and social Studies

I have experience with teaching or tutoring students with Dyslexia. I have a Special Education (Varying Exceptionalites) teaching certificate in the state of Florida. I know strategies and methods to aid in reading. I, also have a Reading Endorsement in the State of Florida. My name is Kimberly M. and I live in North Port, Fl. I have 10 years of tutoring experience and years of teaching in a public school. My undergraduate degree is in Early Childhood Education. My master's degree is in Elementary Education with a concentration in Special Education. I have taught in the public school system f [more]

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Priscilla G.

Dyslexia Tutor

Naples, FL 34112

Will travel 3 miles

$70 per hour.

5.0 3 ratings

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Language Arts, Writing, Essays, College Applications, Resumes

Since the 1970s when I learned Charles L Shedd's methods to help tutor my younger siblings, I have been studying techniques for teaching persons diagnosed with dyslexia. Kinesthetic and tactile methods are well known for teaching dyslexics. I vary the tasks in each lesson to avoid frustration for my pupils and also to maintain interest level. I am creative and patient regarding the necessity to learn the unique ways each individual prefers to learn. One of my main goals is to make the learning fun as most children diagnosed with dyslexia have already suffered while learning. I use a very simpl [more]

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Ms. Valerie L.

Dyslexia Tutor

North Port, FL 34286

Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 6 ratings

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Effective, Insightful and Patient!

I am certified as a special education teacher, and also as a learning disabilities teacher-consultant. I have more than 10 years experience working with students who have ADHD, dyslexia, and other learning challenges. Sometimes I feel like a magnet! Students seem to know right away that I like and appreciate them, and we tend to get down to the honest issues right away. This is great because it saves a lot of time and helps us to stay focused on the tutoring task at hand. I've been teaching for more than 10 years, and love working with students who have learning disabilities. In fact, I am a c [more]