8 Dyslexia Tutors Found Near Pasadena, TX



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Mary M.

Dyslexia Tutor

Friendswood, TX 77546

Will travel 20 miles

$55 per hour.

4.93 1086 ratings

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Dynamic Coach who ferrets out a student's positive learning attributes

Having been educated in Texas public schools, I have always helped other people learn better by explaining subjects to them in different ways. I usually begin working with dyslexic students by asking them what issues they have encountered in the classroom: Scheduling of assignments and completing them in a timely manner, spelling or handwriting issues which might require the teacher to focus their grades on content and not on grammar, problems with copying information displayed on the board (maybe the student needs a netbook, if they have keyboarding skills, in the classroom to enable them to [more]


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Shahnaz D.

Dyslexia Tutor

Houston, TX 77087

Will travel 8 miles

$35 per hour.

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Elementary K-6, reading, math, spelling, history, social studies

For 12 years I have taught in public schools. The subjects I have taught have been in special ed, down syndrome, handicapped, mental retardation, etc. I have been involved with boy scouts (4 years), I have mentored children and love to inspire them. I feel that I have had an impact on the lives of children from schools to scouts, neighborhood kids, and my own son who has a healthy mind, who excels in school, karate, robotics, and more. The biggest complement I received was hearing my son tell an adult 'my mom is great with kids'. Children at school often tell me that I taught them cool things [more]


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Eleanor R.

Dyslexia Tutor

Pearland, TX 77581

Will travel 20 miles

$65 per hour.

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3-D Tutoring: Guided Reading, Writing &Math Program

I am a certified educational therapist who specializes in students with dyslexia and learning differences. I received dyslexia training at Region IV and Neuhaus. In addition, I have a bachelors in Educational Psychology, a Master's degree in Instruction and Curriculum and a Doctorate degree in Special Education. My specialty is helping students who struggle with reading, writing and math. My greatest joy comes from helping students reach their "Aha" moments. I am a doctoral level education specialist who specializes in helping any struggling student, students with dyslexia, learning disabilit [more]


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Kamal M.

Dyslexia Tutor

Houston, TX 77045

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

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Certified Teacher and Ed. Diagnostician

Master's degree as an Educational Diagnostician, 3 years experience administering and writing reports for Dyslexia screenings, as well as teaching Special Education teachers how to implement interventions for dyslexia. I have over a decade of experience teaching in a variety of educational settings, from regular education early childhood through 12th grade to residential settings, including special education services. I have current certifications in regular education, special education, and as an educational diagnostician. My tutoring method is to assess what a student is having difficulty wi [more]


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Gary W.

Dyslexia Tutor

Houston, TX 77059

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 4 ratings

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Social Studies tutor, Sport Specific Trainer

I have worked with numerous dyslexic students. The use of overlays helps with them because the letters jump around on them. Phonics programs help, but they also need help with comprehension. I have 27 years of experience as a social studies teacher and athletic coach. I enjoy the rewards of working with young people in helping them achieve their goals. I have tutored and taught U.S. History, World History, World Geography, Sociology, and Government and Economics. Overall, my students have achieved a 99% passing rate on TAKS and over 80% commended.I have coached football, basketball, track, and [more]


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Eroll F.

Dyslexia Tutor

Houston, TX 77092

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

4.75 8 ratings

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Extracurricular Educator, Tireless Teacher, Lifelong Learner

I am a certified Early Childhood through Grade Twelve (12) Teacher. I provide specialized services to learners who happen to possess special needs in the area of Dyslexia. I have been performing these services for the past seven years. I have received training in the Dyslexia discipline-courtesy of the Neuhaus Education Center. I possess the unique ability to adapt/adjust to my students' challenges. This strategy provides opportunities by which I may discover the specific technique(s) learners effectively respond to. Dyslexic learners thrive in a one-on-one setting whereby I discover her/h [more]


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Eileen K.

Dyslexia Tutor

Houston, TX 77035

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

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Reading Tutor for Elementary Students

I am trained in working with dyslexic students by Region 4 and also Orton Gillingham techniques through HISD. I am a certified elementary teacher and reading interventionist and work with struggling students. I also have experience working with dyslexic students and have been trained by Neuhaus and Region 4. I use a hands on approach and work with a variety of materials and learning styles to help your child be successful in learning to read and develop a love of reading. Learning should be fun! The goal is the child becomes a confident reader and I achieve great results with the methodology I [more]


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Penny K.

Dyslexia Tutor

Houston, TX 77043

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 5 ratings

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Tutor ready to help students reach their potential

I have taught dyslexia students during my time teaching reading, math, science, writing and social studies in grades 3-5 as well as when I taught grade 6-8 reading to struggling students. Dyslexia cannot be cured; therefore, students have to be taught coping mechanisms in how to decode words. Spelling and writing problems also accompany Dyslexia. Dyslexic students are auditory learners; therefore discussing what they read and what they want to write is important. Dyslexic students benefit from listening to test being read orally and then repeating what they heard and asked higher level questio [more]