6 Dyslexia Tutors Found Near Reno, NV



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Mary K.

Dyslexia Tutor

Folsom, CA 95630

Will travel 10 miles

$60 per hour.

4.97 669 ratings

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Experienced Elementary/Special Needs Teacher

I have my MS in Learning disabilities, Dyslexia from Drake University and have taught 9 years in this environment. I have 13 years of teaching experience. I received my BS in Elementary education and taught in Des Moines, Iowa Public Schools as a basic skills teacher 4-6th grade. I also have a Masters degree in Special Education, Learning Disabilities/Emotional Disturbance K-8th. My experiences have included resource classroom and also self-contained. I have also taught in the Chicago Public Schools. I am permanently certified in Iowa and have been certified in California. In addition I [more]


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Kristin S.

Dyslexia Tutor

Grass Valley, CA 95945

Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 17 ratings

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Special Education Tutor

I hold a California-issued credential in Special Education, as well as a master's degree in Special Education. Reading is a complex series of skills. Dyslexia refers to a neurological disruption in one or more aspect of these skills. Reading skills are the most important skills to have in order to function successfully in the public school system. There are many approaches to helping students with dyslexia. I have the experience and educational background to work with students with reading difficulties. [more]


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Elizabeth J.

Dyslexia Tutor

Minden, NV 89423

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

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Elizabeth - K-4 Tutor

Children who are considered Special Ed. often reverse their letters when reading. I am trained in how to teach these kids to read using auditory and kinesthetic methods. They will often read was for saw. I make a tachistascope for them which allows them to only see the one word they are reading. It trains the eye to see one word at a time and thus the child focuses only on that word. Once the accuracy of one word at a time increases we then go to two word sized tool. Eventually the opening on the tool allows for the child to read an entire phrase at once which will then increase the flow [more]


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Alana W.

Dyslexia Tutor

Reno, NV 89511

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 6 ratings

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Special Education/Elementary Education Tutor

I have eight years experience working with students with mild/moderate disabilities, including dyslexia. I have delivered Wilson and Recipe for Reading lessons targeting phonics skills for students with dyslexia. I have teacher certification in special education in the states of Nevada and Hawaii. I have nine years experience teaching elementary age students in all subject areas. For eight of those years, I worked as a special education teacher to students with learning disabilities as well as students with autism spectrum disorder. I have experience using the Wilson Reading Program as well as [more]


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Nichole H.

Dyslexia Tutor

Rocklin, CA 95677

Will travel 15 miles

$25 per hour.

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Graduated English major with experience in literature and writing

I have completed training through The Orton-Gillingham Academy in learning how to teach students, both with dyslexia and those that are struggling to learn to read. I was taught in the Orton-Gillingham method, a method which has continued to aid students in learning to read for many years. I was award a certificate and am now able to teach students the important skills involved in learning to read. Hello. Thank you for checking out my profile. I am a college graduate with two AA's, and a BA in English. I babysat in the past, and am certified through CampFire USA. I have experience with childre [more]


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Lynn N.

Dyslexia Tutor

South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150

Will travel 10 miles

$40 per hour.

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Experienced Teacher and Tutor!

In my 10 years teaching, I have had three students that were dealing with dyslexia. I worked with their families, the special education experts, and the student to develop the most effective strategies for each particular student. I am not a special education teacher, but have done extensive research in this area to help these students. I continue to learn more about dyslexia as it interests me and because many of the strategies used to help students with this condition can be helpful to all students. [more]