49 Study Skills Tutors Found Near Alexandria, VA



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Richard G.

Study Skills Tutor

Annandale, VA 22003

Will travel 30 miles

$50 per hour.

4.88 319 ratings

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Special Ed Teacher Highly Qualified in Hist., Gov., Geom. & Alg.

Study skills and organizational skills are regularly taught by Special Education Teachers. This is especially true for those of us who teach students labeled EDLD. One of the core differences in teaching special education is the necessity of providing direct instruction in how to be a successful student. A large proportion of the students who are given these labels suffer from some form Executive Function disorders. By definition this means they have considerable difficulty with any activity requiring organization or sequencing. Thus, it has been a necessity that I provided such direct instru [more]


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Suzanne C.

Study Skills Tutor

Vienna, VA 22181

Will travel 10 miles

$50 per hour.

4.95 655 ratings

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Older Educator

Being a former Chemistry and SAT-preparation high school teacher, I have spent considerable time helping students learn how to study. This might include improving their study environment, organizational skills, reading comprehension, and even vocabulary skills. With the use of the internet, the ability to get an answer from the homework helper websites has not helped the student understand the "why" of the answer. Improving study skills and concepts of learning can benefit the student. ****Preference for Online Tutoring Students***** Parents: I am an older educator, with a BS in Secondary [more]


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Mary M.

Study Skills Tutor

Alexandria, VA 22304

Will travel 20 miles

$85 per hour.

4.99 78 ratings

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Patient, Experienced Tutor in AP US History, Writing, Study Skills

As a licensed classroom teacher, I have helped students get organized and develop time efficient study skills. I can show them exactly what they need to do to be more organized, to have more efficient time management skills, and to study more effectively. Being disorganized is one of the biggest reasons that students perform poorly. Having one central location where all of your assignments are written in and a routine of always checking that assignment book ensures that there is enough time to complete essential tasks. There are many ways to study: flashcards, studying with a partner, writing [more]


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Abby K.

Study Skills Tutor

Washington, DC 20002

Will travel 2 miles

$200 per hour.

4.88 32 ratings

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Enthusiastic and Experienced Math, Physics and College Prep Tutor

I am currently teaching an accelerated Prealgebra/Algebra 1 class for students who are new to my school. A component of this class is introductory study skills, as many of these students have struggled to form solid study habits. I meet weekly with a group of students to go over skills including locker organization, note taking, and test preparation. I am comfortable with a variety of strategies and work with students to form habits that they can use to succeed as they move forward with their education. [more]


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Rebecca G.

Study Skills Tutor

Alexandria, VA 22312

Will travel 10 miles

$80 per hour.

4.87 84 ratings

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Ivy League Grad - ACT, Math, English, Writing, Reading Tutor

I have taught and trained both teachers and students in study skills methods, specifically Cornell Notes. I have also worked with students, on all levels, on organizational skills which ties into good study habits. As an admissions officer, I also acted as an academic advisor to undergraduate students, which included working on study skills with a number of them. I am an Ivy League graduate, with a major in Philosophy-Economics, and a former admissions officer for my alma mater. I have experience with middle school curriculum development for math and English. I have teaching/tutoring experien [more]


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Darla S.

Study Skills Tutor

Washington, DC 20018

Will travel 12 miles

$65 per hour.

4.97 79 ratings

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Statistics, Psychology, and Elementary Subject Areas

I have taught entry level undergraduate courses for several years in psychology. This experience has prepared me to help students to become better learners through strategic study skills. During tutoring sessions, I will guide learners in developing important skills such as detailed lecture note-taking, chapter reviewing/ outlining techniques, and test preparation strategies that will help to improve course grades and performance. Greetings! I have years of experience teaching statistics, psychology courses, and using SPSS. With a doctoral degree, I can use my years of academic training t [more]


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Ellen K.

Study Skills Tutor

Fairfax, VA 22032

Will travel 14 miles

$70 per hour.

4.97 618 ratings

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Ellen, Masters in Special Education, great with kids and adults

I have utilized numerous study strategies with my students. However, I am not going to mention every single technique right now. We have made flash cards with visuals and the definitions on the cards. Each subject would be on different colored flashcards. I have also included the page number of the text where the essential vocabulary words were located so we would not have to continually refer back to the book. I have also had my students create study guides in lieu of flashcards with numerous visuals. I have designed power point presentations to help my students review for tests. Some of m [more]


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Steph G.

Study Skills Tutor

Arlington, VA 22202

Will travel 10 miles

$60 per hour.

5.0 42 ratings

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DC Public Charter School 2nd Grade Teacher

I am qualified to tutor in study skills and have been tutoring this subject through Educational Connections. I am a first grade teacher with DC Public Charter Schools and frequently work with children who have special needs and IEPs set into place, so they need a one-to-one environment and help with study skills. I am also in the process of completing an "Executive Functioning Boot Camp" workshop which focuses on strategies for teaching study skills and time management. AFTER CALLING DC HOME FOR THE PAST 12 YEARS, EFFECTIVE JULY 20TH, I WILL BE MOVING TO NC. I AM STILL HOLDING SUMMER TUTORING [more]


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Keely C.

Study Skills Tutor

Washington, DC 20024

Will travel 4 miles

$60 per hour.

4.93 103 ratings

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Certified Teacher Specializing in Science, Math, and English

I have taught middle school for two years and focused on study skills in my classroom. In addition, I have been tutoring for three years with students from grades 3 to college athletes. I show them how they can maximize their time and leverage their strengths to absorb the most information possible. We work on organization as well. In fact I have even done several back pack clean outs and locker organization sessions. I'm a full service teacher/tutor. In my time as a full time teacher I taught a class called "Pride Time". We went over basic skills like test taking strategies or study sk [more]


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Tom K.

Study Skills Tutor

Vienna, VA 22180

Will travel 6 miles

$60 per hour.

4.84 754 ratings

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25 years teaching; One of WyzAnt's Top Tutors, 2014 and 2015

My philosophy is that every student, no matter what grade, has a learning style that can be tapped into so they may reach their fullest potential. That specific learning style can be adapted to an equally specific style of studying in whatever subject. There's a wealth of strategies ensuring solid retention of material that go far beyond basic rote, e.g., the mnemonic link system, which I've seen work miracles with struggling students. For instance, the well-used "My Very Educated Mother Just Served Us Nine Pizzas" is a fun, practical "menu" for getting all nine planets in their right sequenc [more]