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Juliann R.

Pooler, GA

$40/hour

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Savannah State University/Armstrong Atlantic University
Sociol and Education
Mercer University
Master's
Nova Southeastern University
EdD

Education

Savannah State University/Armstrong Atlantic University (Sociol and Education)

Mercer University (Master's)

Nova Southeastern University (EdD)

About Juliann

I am an Educational Advocacy Consultant specializing in private tutoring for PreK - 5th Grade. My concept is to target children who are one or two grades behind in school, having difficulty focusing on reading, and math. My program also challenge children who are diagnosed with dyslexia or special needs. Our success is your child's success in a one-on-one environment.

I am a retired public school educator of 31 years. During my tenure as an educator, I was a Teacher, Instructional Coach, Assistant Principal, Principal, and Central level K-5 Curriculum Executive Director. My children have successfully passed state-mandated assessments in Georgia (CRCT), system level benchmarks, and classroom grades.
Consistent tutoring is the key to your child's success. Failure is not an option in my program because better readers become better learners.
I am an Educational Advocacy Consultant specializing in private tutoring for PreK - 5th Grade. My concept is to target children who are one or two grades behind in school, having difficulty focusing on reading, and math. My program also challenge children who are diagnosed with dyslexia or special needs. Our success is your child's success in a Read more

Policies
Cancellation
3 hours notice required
Travel Radius
Travels within 20 miles of Pooler, GA 31322
In-person lessons
Math:
Elementary (K-6th),
Elementary Math
English:
Grammar, Reading,
Vocabulary
Language:
Reading
Special Needs:
Dyslexia,
Elementary (K-6th),
Elementary Math, Phonics,
Reading,
Study Skills
Elementary Education:
Elementary (K-6th),
Elementary Math, Grammar, Phonics,
Reading,
Spelling, Study Skills,
Vocabulary

Approved subjects are in bold.

Approved subjects

In most cases, tutors gain approval in a subject by passing a proficiency exam. For some subject areas, like music and art, tutors submit written requests to demonstrate their proficiency to potential students. If a tutor is interested but not yet approved in a subject, the subject will appear in non-bold font. Tutors need to be approved in a subject prior to beginning lessons.

Dyslexia

My experience working with children who are diagnosed with Dyslexia aligns well within my 31 years as an Educator. Dyslexia is a type of learning disability and could be difficult to understand in the realm of the classroom. As a Teacher, Principal, and Executive Curriculum Director, I have taught children with this disability in the general education classroom for many years. I have attended many forums, conferences, and seminars directly affecting children and acquired knowledge on Best Practice Instructional Resources. Since dyslexia has nothing to do with a student’s intelligence, parents have a hard time understanding why their child cannot learn as well in a general education classroom. Dyslexia is a disorder present at birth and cannot be prevented or cured, but it can be managed with special instruction and support. My studies and research has taught me that there is no cure for dyslexia. But through early intervention, support, and private tutoring, we can give children the encouragement and tools they need to manage in school and compensate for their disability.

Research tells us that about 5% to 10% of all school children in the U.S. have learning disabilities and Dyslexia is the most common type. With these statistics it leads to problems with reading and comprehension of written language. My Reading training has been specially focused on “teaching children to read” based on the National Reading Panel targeting instruction in phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, comprehension, and vocabulary. Since reading is a key element in learning, children with dyslexia can have trouble mastering basic skills and succeeding in school. This has been accomplished through my private one-on-one tutoring program. I have several students with learning disabilities (dyslexia) and the progress has been tremendous.

My program includes: One-on-one Progress Monitoring through DIBELS (Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literary Skills) and Easy CBM (Curriculum Based Measurement), Harcourt Early Tutor, and also on-line instruction in Reading and Math. Parents are given weekly diagnostic progress reports and I also accompany them to school conferences, when needed.

Elementary (K-6th)

Presently, I am an Educational Consultant – Educational Advocacy Group, working as a Parent Advocate and Private individualized Tutor in Reading and Math and homework management. I have a Doctorate in Education from Nova Southeastern University and 31 years' experience in Elementary Education.
I have multiple job experiences which demonstrate my ability to work with children in grades K-6 in Reading and Math and other subjects.

Phonics

I specialize in the teaching of Phonics K-2 using the Early Reading Tutor by SRA. Learning to read is a complex task for beginners, but I am able to break through that barrier by involving beginners through this systemic phonics instruction. As an essential component of my program, beginners are involved in learning the alphabetic system, the letter-sound correspondences and spelling patterns, and learning how to apply this knowledge in their reading.
I am highly qualified to work as a specialized tutor for children who are dyslexic and in some instances, one or two grades behind in school.
I am a retired educator with 31 years of experience - 19 years in the classroom and 12 years in Administration.

Reading

My Reading qualifications include teaching children to read from an evidence-based assessment of the scientific research literature on reading. As a retired educator of 31 years, 19 of those years were spent in K-5th grade regular classrooms. My training includes: Teaching of Reading based on the National Reading Panel in phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, reading comprehension, and vocabulary. As a PreK-5th grade Curriculum Director in a School District, I was able to work with Teachers on Best Practices in Reading.

My evidence-based approach produce proven results where children are able to handle the Common Core Curriculum in the classroom.

Study Skills

I am a retired educator with 31 years of experience - 19 years in the classroom and 12 years in Administration.
I spent 19 years as a classroom teacher in grades K-5 regular classroom working with children on all subjects (reading, language arts, math, science, and social studies). I specialize in the teaching of study skills and habits to children, as well as parents. I have a five step process to improve study skills of children in grades K-5. These skills include: homework time, homework space, behavior modification during study time, note taking with color sign system, and reading and studying at the same time system.
I am highly qualified to work as a specialized tutor for children who are dyslexic and in some instances, one or two grades behind in school.

Savannah State University/Armstrong Atlantic University
Sociol and Education
Mercer University
Master's
Nova Southeastern University
EdD

Education

Savannah State University/Armstrong Atlantic University (Sociol and Education)

Mercer University (Master's)

Nova Southeastern University (EdD)

Hourly rate

Standard Hourly Rate: $40.00

Cancellation: 3 hours notice required

Travel policy

Juliann will travel within 20 miles of Pooler, GA 31322.