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Angela S.

A Very Patient Tutor Specializing in Reteaching & Refreshing!

A Very Patient Tutor Specializing in Reteaching & Refreshing!

$20/hour

About Angela


Bio

Hello students & parents,

As a licensed Special Education Teacher and K-12 Building Administrator, I truly believe that everyone can learn and can overcome any challenges.

Let me begin by asking a few questions.
*** Does your classroom teacher go too fast when teaching a lesson?
*** Are you easily distracted? Do you have trouble staying focused in school?
*** Do you still have questions at the end of class after being taught a new concept?
*** Do you comprehend things better when it...

Hello students & parents,

As a licensed Special Education Teacher and K-12 Building Administrator, I truly believe that everyone can learn and can overcome any challenges.

Let me begin by asking a few questions.
*** Does your classroom teacher go too fast when teaching a lesson?
*** Are you easily distracted? Do you have trouble staying focused in school?
*** Do you still have questions at the end of class after being taught a new concept?
*** Do you comprehend things better when it is broken down into smaller pieces?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, I AM YOUR TUTOR! I am patient and fully understand that we all have different learning styles that require patience.


Education

Indiana Tech formally Indiana Institute of Technology
Business Admin
Marian University formally Marian College
Masters
Marian University - K-12 Building Level Administrative License
Graduate Coursework

Policies

  • Hourly Rate: $20
  • Rate details: I offer the following discounts: Only pay for time tutored Group sessions Multiple family members
  • Lesson cancellation: 3 hours notice required
  • Background check passed on 2/8/2016

  • Your first lesson is backed by our Good Fit Guarantee

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Subjects

Business

Business,

Business

My undergraduage degree is in Business Administration with a double major in marketing and management. I also advise in courses Business Math, Marketing, Management, Economics, Business Ethics, Pre-Algebra, and English/Lanugage Arts.
Career Development,

Career Development

I am currently serving as an Exceptional Needs Teacher in IPS where I am certified and licensed by the state of Indiana to teach Autism Spectrum Disorder, Traumatic Brain Injury, Mild & Moderate Mentally Handicapped, Other Health Impairments (ADHD), Visually impaired, Emotional Handicapped, and Learning Disabled. On a daily basis, I co-teach and teach classes with exceptional needs students. I modify assignments, chunk and breakdown math problems and use graphic organizers to help students with English/language arts. I have most recently taught Career development and exploration to middle and high school students who are not sure what path they would like to take.
Marketing,

Marketing

My undergraduage degree is in Business Administration with a double major in marketing and management. I also advise in courses Business Math, Marketing, Management, Economics, Business Ethics, Pre-Algebra, and English/Lanugage Arts.
Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Word

Computer

Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Word

Corporate Training

Business,

Business

My undergraduage degree is in Business Administration with a double major in marketing and management. I also advise in courses Business Math, Marketing, Management, Economics, Business Ethics, Pre-Algebra, and English/Lanugage Arts.
Career Development,

Career Development

I am currently serving as an Exceptional Needs Teacher in IPS where I am certified and licensed by the state of Indiana to teach Autism Spectrum Disorder, Traumatic Brain Injury, Mild & Moderate Mentally Handicapped, Other Health Impairments (ADHD), Visually impaired, Emotional Handicapped, and Learning Disabled. On a daily basis, I co-teach and teach classes with exceptional needs students. I modify assignments, chunk and breakdown math problems and use graphic organizers to help students with English/language arts. I have most recently taught Career development and exploration to middle and high school students who are not sure what path they would like to take.
Grammar, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Word

Elementary Education

Phonics,

Phonics

I have take Levels I & II of Orton-Gillingham Multi Level Phonics. I also have all student resources and materials from each course.
Reading,

Reading

I currently serve as a Reading interventionist at my high school for students who are significantly below grade level.
Study Skills,

Study Skills

Study skills require organization and tools in order to be successful. I have implemented two different types of study and organizational skills with my students as well as my own children. 1. Keep a daily log/calendar of each task that needs to be completed. 2. Prioritize each item by importance as well as date. 3. Solicit the assistance of a peer and/or an adult to accomplish goal/task. I strongly encourage all my students to keep an electronic copy of their tasks as well. To additionally keep student organized, I encourage a binder/folder for each subject. This allows the student to monitor the daily requirements of each subject.
Vocabulary,

Vocabulary

Building vocabulary is the key to developing good reading comprehension skills and a better quality of life. I currently serve as a Reading interventionist at my high school for students who are significantly below grade level
Grammar

English

English,

English

I currently serve as the only English/Language Arts lab teacher in my high school. My students are below grade level in English 9 & 10 and unable to pass the Indiana state ECA (End of Course) exam that's required for graduation. My sole purpose is to remediate their English skills and prepare scaffolding curriculum to help students pass exam in the Spring and Fall.
Reading,

Reading

I currently serve as a Reading interventionist at my high school for students who are significantly below grade level.
Vocabulary,

Vocabulary

Building vocabulary is the key to developing good reading comprehension skills and a better quality of life. I currently serve as a Reading interventionist at my high school for students who are significantly below grade level
Grammar

Homeschool

English,

English

I currently serve as the only English/Language Arts lab teacher in my high school. My students are below grade level in English 9 & 10 and unable to pass the Indiana state ECA (End of Course) exam that's required for graduation. My sole purpose is to remediate their English skills and prepare scaffolding curriculum to help students pass exam in the Spring and Fall.
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

As a middle school special education teacher I specialized in math and pre-algebra concepts for below grade level students.
Reading,

Reading

I currently serve as a Reading interventionist at my high school for students who are significantly below grade level.
Study Skills

Study Skills

Study skills require organization and tools in order to be successful. I have implemented two different types of study and organizational skills with my students as well as my own children. 1. Keep a daily log/calendar of each task that needs to be completed. 2. Prioritize each item by importance as well as date. 3. Solicit the assistance of a peer and/or an adult to accomplish goal/task. I strongly encourage all my students to keep an electronic copy of their tasks as well. To additionally keep student organized, I encourage a binder/folder for each subject. This allows the student to monitor the daily requirements of each subject.

Math

Prealgebra

Prealgebra

As a middle school special education teacher I specialized in math and pre-algebra concepts for below grade level students.

Most Popular

English,

English

I currently serve as the only English/Language Arts lab teacher in my high school. My students are below grade level in English 9 & 10 and unable to pass the Indiana state ECA (End of Course) exam that's required for graduation. My sole purpose is to remediate their English skills and prepare scaffolding curriculum to help students pass exam in the Spring and Fall.
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

As a middle school special education teacher I specialized in math and pre-algebra concepts for below grade level students.
Reading,

Reading

I currently serve as a Reading interventionist at my high school for students who are significantly below grade level.
Study Skills

Study Skills

Study skills require organization and tools in order to be successful. I have implemented two different types of study and organizational skills with my students as well as my own children. 1. Keep a daily log/calendar of each task that needs to be completed. 2. Prioritize each item by importance as well as date. 3. Solicit the assistance of a peer and/or an adult to accomplish goal/task. I strongly encourage all my students to keep an electronic copy of their tasks as well. To additionally keep student organized, I encourage a binder/folder for each subject. This allows the student to monitor the daily requirements of each subject.

Other

College Counseling,

College Counseling

As a junior/senior class advisor for students, I allow students to explore different colleges and career paths. I assist students with applying for college, developing thesis papers, college entrance essays, and test prep for college entrance exams. During my students 8th grade year, I begin career development workshop and writing drills to enhance students skills for completing the writing portion of college applications. I also help students with analyzing college choices along with all of the financial aspects.
Marketing,

Marketing

My undergraduage degree is in Business Administration with a double major in marketing and management. I also advise in courses Business Math, Marketing, Management, Economics, Business Ethics, Pre-Algebra, and English/Lanugage Arts.
Study Skills

Study Skills

Study skills require organization and tools in order to be successful. I have implemented two different types of study and organizational skills with my students as well as my own children. 1. Keep a daily log/calendar of each task that needs to be completed. 2. Prioritize each item by importance as well as date. 3. Solicit the assistance of a peer and/or an adult to accomplish goal/task. I strongly encourage all my students to keep an electronic copy of their tasks as well. To additionally keep student organized, I encourage a binder/folder for each subject. This allows the student to monitor the daily requirements of each subject.

Special Needs

ADHD,

ADHD

I am currently serving as an Exceptional Needs Teacher in IPS where I am certified and licensed by the state of Indiana to teach Autism Spectrum Disorder, Traumatic Brain Injury, Mild & Moderate Mentally Handicapped, Other Health Impairments (ADHD), Visually impaired, Emotional Handicapped, and Learning Disabled. On a daily basis, I co-teach and teach classes with exceptional needs students. I modify assignments, chunk and breakdown math problems and use graphic organizers to help students with English/language arts. I have most recently taught Career development and exploration to middle and high school students who are not sure what path they would like to take.
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD),

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

I am currently serving as an Exceptional Needs Teacher in IPS where I am certified and licensed by the state of Indiana to teach Autism Spectrum Disorder, Traumatic Brain Injury, Mild & Moderate Mentally Handicapped, Other Health Impairments (ADHD), Visually impaired, Emotional Handicapped, and Learning Disabled. On a daily basis, I co-teach and teach classes with exceptional needs students. I modify assignments, chunk and breakdown math problems and use graphic organizers to help students with English/language arts. I have most recently taught Career development and exploration to middle and high school students who are not sure what path they would like to take.
Dyslexia,

Dyslexia

I have taken Levels I & II of Orton-Gillingham Multi Level Phonics. I also have all student resources and materials from each course. I teach Tier IV reading (phonics & pre reading skills) to Middle & High school students with Dyslexia.
Phonics,

Phonics

I have take Levels I & II of Orton-Gillingham Multi Level Phonics. I also have all student resources and materials from each course.
Special Needs,

Special Needs

I am currently serving as an Exceptional Needs Teacher in IPS where I am certified and licensed by the state of Indiana to teach Autism Spectrum Disorder, Traumatic Brain Injury, Mild & Moderate Mentally Handicapped, Other Health Impairments (ADHD), Visually impaired, Emotional Handicapped, and Learning Disabled. On a daily basis, I co-teach and teach classes with exceptional needs students. I modify assignments, chunk and breakdown math problems and use graphic organizers to help students with English/language arts. I have most recently taught Career development and exploration to middle and high school students who are not sure what path they would like to take.
Study Skills

Study Skills

Study skills require organization and tools in order to be successful. I have implemented two different types of study and organizational skills with my students as well as my own children. 1. Keep a daily log/calendar of each task that needs to be completed. 2. Prioritize each item by importance as well as date. 3. Solicit the assistance of a peer and/or an adult to accomplish goal/task. I strongly encourage all my students to keep an electronic copy of their tasks as well. To additionally keep student organized, I encourage a binder/folder for each subject. This allows the student to monitor the daily requirements of each subject.

Summer

Reading,

Reading

I currently serve as a Reading interventionist at my high school for students who are significantly below grade level.
Study Skills,

Study Skills

Study skills require organization and tools in order to be successful. I have implemented two different types of study and organizational skills with my students as well as my own children. 1. Keep a daily log/calendar of each task that needs to be completed. 2. Prioritize each item by importance as well as date. 3. Solicit the assistance of a peer and/or an adult to accomplish goal/task. I strongly encourage all my students to keep an electronic copy of their tasks as well. To additionally keep student organized, I encourage a binder/folder for each subject. This allows the student to monitor the daily requirements of each subject.
GED

Test Preparation

Career Development,

Career Development

I am currently serving as an Exceptional Needs Teacher in IPS where I am certified and licensed by the state of Indiana to teach Autism Spectrum Disorder, Traumatic Brain Injury, Mild & Moderate Mentally Handicapped, Other Health Impairments (ADHD), Visually impaired, Emotional Handicapped, and Learning Disabled. On a daily basis, I co-teach and teach classes with exceptional needs students. I modify assignments, chunk and breakdown math problems and use graphic organizers to help students with English/language arts. I have most recently taught Career development and exploration to middle and high school students who are not sure what path they would like to take.
College Counseling,

College Counseling

As a junior/senior class advisor for students, I allow students to explore different colleges and career paths. I assist students with applying for college, developing thesis papers, college entrance essays, and test prep for college entrance exams. During my students 8th grade year, I begin career development workshop and writing drills to enhance students skills for completing the writing portion of college applications. I also help students with analyzing college choices along with all of the financial aspects.
GED

Ratings and Reviews


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Reviews


Knowledgeable and patient tutor

Angela S. is dedicated and has my child's best interest in mind. She is very patient and breaks down math problems for better understanding. She makes sure my child has a reading assignment everyday. Thanks again, Ms. Angela S.

LaTonya, 1 lesson with Angela

Awesome tutor

Angela covered ELA and preparation for the English 10 ECA Very patient and knowledgeable Have lots of helpful tips and a plan for success. You won't be disappointed

Donna, 7 lessons with Angela

Wonderful Tutor!!!

Angela exceeds every expectation we had of a tutor. Our son loves her personality and how she engages him during sessions. As a parent, I value the constant feedback and her willingness to give us stretch assignments for him to work on between sessions. We are seeing tremendous improvement in our son.

Enjoli, 21 lessons with Angela

Interested, Concerned and Patient.

My first tutoring session with Angela was great! She takes the time to dig deep to see what could be causing the academic issues. She assesses and analyzes the student to ensure she is able to correctly identify the learning style and learning problem. Her patient and concerned attitude makes a parent feel they are not alone with these struggles. She also makes you feel that there is actually a light at the end of the tunnel.

Jen, 10 lessons with Angela

Hugely Helpful!!

Angela is helping my son with his study and organizational habits. He has ADHD, which makes time management, organization and structure very, very challenging. Angela relates well with him and gives him tools without removing his personal accountability. I highly recommend Angela for her tutoring expertise! Thank you!

Nicholas, 16 lessons with Angela

Angela is WONDERFUL! Results being seen IMMEDIATELY!

I found Angela through WyzAnt as she was one of the first to respond to my request for help with my stepson - a junior in high school. He has been unmotivated, lacking in organization, and not turning homework in. We met with Angela for just one session to get to know her and saw results IMMEDIATELY! My stepson was motivated just after meeting with her. She is very patient but straight to the point. She has clever ideas for helping with organization and keeping track of homework assignments. She got to know my stepson and what might work for him - knowing everyone is different. After ONE tutoring session my stepson is excited about what HE can possibly achieve in the last two years of high school. Angela is working on reading comprehension to help with ECA testing this fall. I can't say enough good things!! I HIGHLY RECOMMEND ANGELA if you and your child are struggling.

Susan, 49 lessons with Angela

Relates well with teenagers, even those who have different learning styles.

Angela has been a great tutor for our Son who is 16 and going into 10th grade. We reached out to Angela due to her background working with kids with different learning styles and who have ADHD. Her first lesson was helping our son organize his binders and just getting to know him more and what style of learning would work best for him. She is easy to reach by phone or email and she provides a detailed summary of what was covered in each lesson. In addition to helping our son in content learning, she is also helping him improve his organization and study skills.

Elizabeth, 30 lessons with Angela
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