6 Phonics Tutors Found Near Tallahassee, FL



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Mary G.

Phonics Tutor

Thomasville, GA 31792

Will travel 35 miles

$40 per hour.

4.93 89 ratings

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Education, Experience and Specialized Training as a Tutor

I have a Masters degree as a Reading Specialist. I have also had training in many programs which are multi-sensory approaches to teaching phonics. I have been trained in Orton-Gillingham, Linda Mood Bell, and Spell Read Pat. I have taught these on a one-to-one basis and in small groups. Students who have trouble with reading, writing, and spelling learn in different ways. Students who have these problems need to learn the sound/symbol relationship in a very structured way. They need repetition but also need to learn using all their senses. [more]


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Tricia R.

Phonics Tutor

Tallahassee, FL 32312

Will travel 15 miles

$55 per hour.

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Passionate Educator

I earned my master's degree in Reading and Language Arts with a focus on the five areas of reading (phonics, phonemic awareness, vocabulary, comprehension, fluency). I am a passionate educator with experience teaching grades K-8. My specific areas of strength are reading, writing, science, and math in the elementary classroom. I have a master's degree in Reading and Language Arts and am certified in Elementary Education (K-6) as well as Reading and Language Arts (K-12). I look for ways to meet the specific needs of my students by individualizing their instruction. I enjoy looking for engaging [more]


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Dawn D.

Phonics Tutor

Tallahassee, FL 32308

Will travel 20 miles

$35 per hour.

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Any subject k-6. I love math!

Since I was a child, all I ever wanted to do is teach. When we played school, I had to be the teacher. In school, I loved learning and knew I could give that to others. I have taken 60 hours towards a Bachelor's in Elementary Education. I am GKE certified. Also, I have been substitute teaching for 20-40 hours a week for 5 years now. I have a lot of experience working with children one on one, small group, and whole class. My goal is for every child I work with to excel and enjoy whic... [more]



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Tamika J.

Phonics Tutor

Tallahassee, FL 32305

Will travel 30 miles

$40 per hour.

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Proficient Learning Tutorial Services

I am a certified teacher Pre-K through 12th grade. I've taught Kindergarten which included phonics, letter/vowel sounds, as well as letter identification. In turn, this assisted students in preparation to read words and move on to sentences. Additionally, I have tutored students with phonic and reading skills to help them master future grade level benchmarks. I have tutored students K-12 over 20 years and my degree level is an M.eD. My experience also includes I have been a K-12 teacher, Guidance Counselor, ESE teacher, and Administration. I have also taught classes at the Community College [more]


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Anita A.

Phonics Tutor

Quincy, FL 32352

Will travel 25 miles

$40 per hour.

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Experienced Elementary School Teacher Specializing in Reading and Math

I have been an elementary school teacher for 20 years. I have taught several grades such as 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade in Reading and Math. I have worked in the Early Success Program which teaches students who struggle in reading using one- to one instruction. I have tutored students during the summer for the 21st century program. What makes me an outstanding Math tutor is that I like to use hands on learning with Math tools. In addition, I like to use various math technology games to he... [more]


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Edith S.

Phonics Tutor

Tallahassee, FL 32312

Will travel 5 miles

$45 per hour.

4.86 21 ratings

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Certified ESE, English Teacher, Reading Intervention Specialist

I have been trained in the Wilson Reading System (a phonics-based, systematic form of instruction) and have been using it to help functionally illiterate students learn to decode an encode since 2012. In Georgia, I was a resource teacher tasked with teaching 6th - 8th grade students how to read. My school was Title I, and many students did not know the alphabet. They hailed from families mired in generational poverty and illiteracy. Wilson works; at the end of two years, my students were reading chapter books. It was the most profound experience I have ever had; one of my students even bor [more]