6 Dyslexia Tutors Found Near Cedar Rapids, IA



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Esther S.

Dyslexia Tutor

Nauvoo, IL 62354

Will travel 10 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 18 ratings

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Retired Learning Disabilities Teacher

I am currently certified as a special educator for children/youth with learning disabilities in New York and Utah. Almost all of my teaching experiences have been with children struggling with learning to read. Because of my early training in learning disabilities, I look first for a student's learning strengths, then whatever issues may be holding him/her back from succeeding. As a hands-on learner I struggled learning to read trying to memorize words visually and orally in elementary school. Consequently, when a child can't read, I will look to understand why and teach to that child's streng [more]


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Amy G.

Dyslexia Tutor

Monroe, WI 53566

Will travel 40 miles

$30 per hour.

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Expereinced Special Education Teacher

In my master's program I was taught strategies that address dysgraphia and dyscalculia. I understand that dyslexia is a term that can encompass many types of learning barriers. It is important to teach strategies that help these students overcome the barriers and work with their strengths and that may involve the use of technology. I am currently a special education teacher in the Janesville School District. I am certified Cross Categorical and serve as a case manager to all types of students. I have experience with Intellectual Disabilities, Learning Disabilities and Emotional/Behavior Disord [more]


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Cheri J.

Dyslexia Tutor

Spring Green, WI 53588

Will travel 35 miles

$60 per hour.

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Specialized Instruction for Students with disabilities

I have been a special education multi-categorical teacher for 25 years and have taught students with many disabilities, including many of whom have dyslexia. I have learned various ways to teach reading so that students can retrain their brains. One way is by using the Great Leaps Reading Program which increases fluency and teaches the brain to recognize how to see various vowel and consonant combinations through repetition. Hello, My name is Cheri. I have a Master's Degree in Education, a Bachelor's Degree in Vocational Rehabilitation and Special Education, a Fine Art Minor, and am certifi [more]



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Heidi K.

Dyslexia Tutor

Johnston, IA 50131

Will travel 20 miles

$75 per hour.

5.0 2 ratings

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Heidi K. ACT Prep & Dyslexia Tutoring

I am a Level 1 Wilson Certified Dyslexia Tutor. I received my certificate from St. Joseph's University of Philadelphia, PA. I have tutored students with dyslexia for the past four years. I am currently working on my Level 2 Wilson Certification. Wilson is one of the leading dyslexia reading programs used in the United States to remediate dyslexia. I began ACT Prep tutoring two years ago. I have helped all of my students improve their scores from the mid-teens to mid-to-high 20s in all subject areas. Students can just study for the ACT or they can choose to take a class I developed that i [more]


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Carol S.

Dyslexia Tutor

Iowa City, IA 52245

Will travel 5 miles

$50 per hour.

4.87 134 ratings

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PreK - Elementary Reading, Math, Handwriting, Study Skills

I taught in a Reading Clinic, a group of sixth graders who read at a second grade level. I found books that met both their interest level and reading level. I planned lessons that activated their various sensory avenues and was very successful. I have also learned how to use Brain Gym to activate both sides of the brain. They are very simple exercises and take very little time to do, such as Lazy 8's, cross crawl, Brain Buttons, and so forth. I also utilize the Learning Breakthrough Program from Balametrics, Inc. and have a CD and instructional booklet for "Catch a Brain Wave Fitness Fun. [more]


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Jane E P.

Dyslexia Tutor

Madison, WI 53705

Will travel 30 miles

$30 per hour.

4.81 100 ratings

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Professional / Individualized Lessons / Positive Experiences

The student who suffers from Dyslexia does not proceed from left to right in order to read. That student may "reverse" letters while reading and writing. Remedial activities include using a dot (.) under the beginning letter of a word and a line (.____) connected to the dot to help the student to "track" the letters and to read the word, thus extracting meaning. My training for how to work with students who have dyslexia includes the work that was required in my Masters' Degree program in Special Education with an emphasis in "Learning Disabilities" 1974 - 1979. During that period, I w [more]