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Alicia G.

Succeed! Certified and Highly Qualified Dyslexia Tutor

Succeed! Certified and Highly Qualified Dyslexia Tutor

$75/hour

  • 1,220 hours tutoring

  • Austin, TX 78705

About Alicia


Bio

I have a Master’s from Stanford University in Educational Communication and another Master’s from Rutgers University in Educational Psychology. My major for the latter master’s was cognitive processes and language development. I have graduate credits in the information processes approach to cognition (reading and perceptive processes) and dyslexia. I received my certification through the Dyslexia Training Institute and my graduate credits in dyslexia courses are from the University of San...

I have a Master’s from Stanford University in Educational Communication and another Master’s from Rutgers University in Educational Psychology. My major for the latter master’s was cognitive processes and language development. I have graduate credits in the information processes approach to cognition (reading and perceptive processes) and dyslexia. I received my certification through the Dyslexia Training Institute and my graduate credits in dyslexia courses are from the University of San Diego.

Studies have shown that dyslexia is a specific learning disability that has a neurological basis. A dyslexic child is born that way. The brain is plastic, however, and it can change with the right approach and the right teacher. Thus, the brain of a dyslexic person will eventually develop the neural pathways necessary for them to become a good reader. This is accomplished regardless of the severity of the condition and/or the person’s age. Even dyslexic adults can develop these pathways after sustained instruction.
I have more than 30 years of experience tutoring one on one and teaching large and small groups at all levels, from elementary school to college. I specialize in tutoring dyslexic children. If your child is dyslexic, he/she may be very intelligent, but his/her dyslexia has been preventing them from achieving their full potential. Don’t let that continue to happen.

I have experience teaching and tutoring elementary through high-school dyslexic children in English, although since I am bilingual, I can speak to my students in either English or Spanish. I use a multi-sensory approach. I teach by using fun games, and I develop online vocabulary and spelling drills. My students actively participate in their own learning. Most of all, I use plenty of positive praise and rewards, so that their self-esteem is greatly improved as well.

As an educational psychologist, I use a variety of techniques and tailor programs to suit the student's needs, learning style, and level of proficiency. I have had great success teaching dyslexic students of all ages, and helping them prepare for standardized tests such as the STAAR and the SAT.
I use the Orton-Gillingham approach and the Barton System for Spelling and Writing. These are evidenced-based, systematic, sequential, cumulative, explicit, and multisensory systems that have extensively proven to be successful.

I will first conduct an assessment of your child, at no cost to you. This will allow me to find out the level your child is in and if there are any trouble spots on which to work. I also do this to find out if you, the child, and I are a good fit. Part of this assessment is meant to see if your child has the pre-reading phonemic awareness skills. If he/she doesn’t, I would use the Foundations in Sounds program, which is a precursor to any of the other programs. It is a pre-reading program which develops the necessary skills of discrimination, memory, and sequencing of sounds.

I love what I do. I teach because to me, teaching is a learning process in which all involved are transformed and become better human beings.


Education

Isntituto Tecnologico de Monterrey. (TEC)
Communciations
Stanford University
Masters
Rutgers University
MEd

Policies

  • Tutor’s lessons: In-person
  • Hourly Rate: $75
  • Rate details: If you take more than two hours a week, my rate goes down to $70.00/hour for 3 hours and $65.00/hour for 4.
  • Travel policy: Within 20 miles of Austin, TX 78705
  • Lesson cancellation: 24 hours notice required
  • Background check passed on 7/20/2019

  • Your first lesson is backed by our Good Fit Guarantee

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Subjects

Corporate Training

Grammar

Elementary Education

Reading,

Reading

I have a Master’s from Stanford University in Educational Communication and another Master’s from Rutgers University in Educational Psychology. My major for the latter master’s was cognitive processes and language development. I have graduate credits in the information processes approach to cognition (reading and perceptive processes) and dyslexia. I received training from the Dyslexia Training Institute and graduate credits in dyslexia courses from the University of San Diego. I have more than 30 years of experience teaching in the classroom and tutoring one-to-one. I specialize in tutoring dyslexic children and children who struggle with reading. I tutor reading to students of all ages and grade level. I prepare students for standardized reading tests such as STAAR, PSAT, SAT and ACT. I use the Orton-Gillingham approach, the Barton System for Spelling and Writing, and the Wilson Reading System. These are evidenced-based, systematic, sequential, cumulative, explicit, and multisensory systems that have extensively proven to be successful. I will first conduct an assessment of your child, at no cost to you. This will allow me to find out the level your child is in and if there are any trouble spots on which to work. I also do this to find out if you, the child, and I are a good fit. Part of this assessment is meant to see if your child has the pre-reading phonemic awareness skills. If he/she doesn’t, I would use the Foundations in Sounds program, which is a precursor to any of the other programs. It is a pre-reading program which develops the necessary skills of discrimination, memory, and sequencing of sounds. What I teach is a progression of the following basic components of reading: • Phonemic Awareness Identifying individual sounds in words, repeating sequences of sounds, among other tasks. • Phonological Awareness Identifying a group of sounds as in rhyming and dividing words into syllables. • Phonics Rules The rules of phonemes (sounds)/graphemes (letters) by which the written English language is constructed. • Spelling Rules The rules by which the language is written. • Sight/Rote Words (non-phonetic words) Words that do not follow any rules as in “done” or “every”. • Fluency Mastering each stage in the above succession will contribute to attaining fluency. Nevertheless, fluency requires specific teaching techniques of its own. The time it takes to succeed depends on the child and the number of hours tutored. Research has shown it normally takes 80-100 hours of teaching for a student to advance one grade level. My students usually take less time to make the same progress. I have experience teaching and tutoring elementary school dyslexic children in English, although since I am bilingual (Spanish), I can speak to my students in the language they prefer. I also have developed online vocabulary and spelling drills. My students actively participate in their own learning. Most of all, I use plenty of positive praise and rewards, so that their self-esteem, which is often negatively affected by their dyslexia or their reading challenges, is greatly improved as well. I tutor from two to four hours per week, at times that are most convenient to you. I will come to your home or to your child’s school at no extra cost.
Grammar

English

Reading,

Reading

I have a Master’s from Stanford University in Educational Communication and another Master’s from Rutgers University in Educational Psychology. My major for the latter master’s was cognitive processes and language development. I have graduate credits in the information processes approach to cognition (reading and perceptive processes) and dyslexia. I received training from the Dyslexia Training Institute and graduate credits in dyslexia courses from the University of San Diego. I have more than 30 years of experience teaching in the classroom and tutoring one-to-one. I specialize in tutoring dyslexic children and children who struggle with reading. I tutor reading to students of all ages and grade level. I prepare students for standardized reading tests such as STAAR, PSAT, SAT and ACT. I use the Orton-Gillingham approach, the Barton System for Spelling and Writing, and the Wilson Reading System. These are evidenced-based, systematic, sequential, cumulative, explicit, and multisensory systems that have extensively proven to be successful. I will first conduct an assessment of your child, at no cost to you. This will allow me to find out the level your child is in and if there are any trouble spots on which to work. I also do this to find out if you, the child, and I are a good fit. Part of this assessment is meant to see if your child has the pre-reading phonemic awareness skills. If he/she doesn’t, I would use the Foundations in Sounds program, which is a precursor to any of the other programs. It is a pre-reading program which develops the necessary skills of discrimination, memory, and sequencing of sounds. What I teach is a progression of the following basic components of reading: • Phonemic Awareness Identifying individual sounds in words, repeating sequences of sounds, among other tasks. • Phonological Awareness Identifying a group of sounds as in rhyming and dividing words into syllables. • Phonics Rules The rules of phonemes (sounds)/graphemes (letters) by which the written English language is constructed. • Spelling Rules The rules by which the language is written. • Sight/Rote Words (non-phonetic words) Words that do not follow any rules as in “done” or “every”. • Fluency Mastering each stage in the above succession will contribute to attaining fluency. Nevertheless, fluency requires specific teaching techniques of its own. The time it takes to succeed depends on the child and the number of hours tutored. Research has shown it normally takes 80-100 hours of teaching for a student to advance one grade level. My students usually take less time to make the same progress. I have experience teaching and tutoring elementary school dyslexic children in English, although since I am bilingual (Spanish), I can speak to my students in the language they prefer. I also have developed online vocabulary and spelling drills. My students actively participate in their own learning. Most of all, I use plenty of positive praise and rewards, so that their self-esteem, which is often negatively affected by their dyslexia or their reading challenges, is greatly improved as well. I tutor from two to four hours per week, at times that are most convenient to you. I will come to your home or to your child’s school at no extra cost.
SAT Reading,

SAT Reading

I've helped prepare many students before in all the SAT areas verbal/written and reading sections. I usually start by giving the student a practice test to assess his strengths and challenges. I have many years of experience teaching and preparing students for all standardized tests. In addition, I've also worked for ETS, the makers of many tests. Thus, I know very well what it is required to help him write a top notch essay for the SAT and do great in the reading and writing/grammar structure areas.
SAT Writing,

SAT Writing

I've helped prepare many students before in all the SAT areas verbal/written and reading sections. I usually start by giving the student a practice test to assess his strengths and challenges. I have many years of experience teaching and preparing students for all standardized tests. In addition, I've also worked for ETS, the makers of many tests, where I rate student's written work. Thus, I know very well what it is required to help him write a top notch essay for the SAT and do great in the reading and writing/grammar structure areas.
Grammar, Writing

Homeschool

Reading,

Reading

I have a Master’s from Stanford University in Educational Communication and another Master’s from Rutgers University in Educational Psychology. My major for the latter master’s was cognitive processes and language development. I have graduate credits in the information processes approach to cognition (reading and perceptive processes) and dyslexia. I received training from the Dyslexia Training Institute and graduate credits in dyslexia courses from the University of San Diego. I have more than 30 years of experience teaching in the classroom and tutoring one-to-one. I specialize in tutoring dyslexic children and children who struggle with reading. I tutor reading to students of all ages and grade level. I prepare students for standardized reading tests such as STAAR, PSAT, SAT and ACT. I use the Orton-Gillingham approach, the Barton System for Spelling and Writing, and the Wilson Reading System. These are evidenced-based, systematic, sequential, cumulative, explicit, and multisensory systems that have extensively proven to be successful. I will first conduct an assessment of your child, at no cost to you. This will allow me to find out the level your child is in and if there are any trouble spots on which to work. I also do this to find out if you, the child, and I are a good fit. Part of this assessment is meant to see if your child has the pre-reading phonemic awareness skills. If he/she doesn’t, I would use the Foundations in Sounds program, which is a precursor to any of the other programs. It is a pre-reading program which develops the necessary skills of discrimination, memory, and sequencing of sounds. What I teach is a progression of the following basic components of reading: • Phonemic Awareness Identifying individual sounds in words, repeating sequences of sounds, among other tasks. • Phonological Awareness Identifying a group of sounds as in rhyming and dividing words into syllables. • Phonics Rules The rules of phonemes (sounds)/graphemes (letters) by which the written English language is constructed. • Spelling Rules The rules by which the language is written. • Sight/Rote Words (non-phonetic words) Words that do not follow any rules as in “done” or “every”. • Fluency Mastering each stage in the above succession will contribute to attaining fluency. Nevertheless, fluency requires specific teaching techniques of its own. The time it takes to succeed depends on the child and the number of hours tutored. Research has shown it normally takes 80-100 hours of teaching for a student to advance one grade level. My students usually take less time to make the same progress. I have experience teaching and tutoring elementary school dyslexic children in English, although since I am bilingual (Spanish), I can speak to my students in the language they prefer. I also have developed online vocabulary and spelling drills. My students actively participate in their own learning. Most of all, I use plenty of positive praise and rewards, so that their self-esteem, which is often negatively affected by their dyslexia or their reading challenges, is greatly improved as well. I tutor from two to four hours per week, at times that are most convenient to you. I will come to your home or to your child’s school at no extra cost.
SAT Reading,

SAT Reading

I've helped prepare many students before in all the SAT areas verbal/written and reading sections. I usually start by giving the student a practice test to assess his strengths and challenges. I have many years of experience teaching and preparing students for all standardized tests. In addition, I've also worked for ETS, the makers of many tests. Thus, I know very well what it is required to help him write a top notch essay for the SAT and do great in the reading and writing/grammar structure areas.
Writing

Most Popular

Reading,

Reading

I have a Master’s from Stanford University in Educational Communication and another Master’s from Rutgers University in Educational Psychology. My major for the latter master’s was cognitive processes and language development. I have graduate credits in the information processes approach to cognition (reading and perceptive processes) and dyslexia. I received training from the Dyslexia Training Institute and graduate credits in dyslexia courses from the University of San Diego. I have more than 30 years of experience teaching in the classroom and tutoring one-to-one. I specialize in tutoring dyslexic children and children who struggle with reading. I tutor reading to students of all ages and grade level. I prepare students for standardized reading tests such as STAAR, PSAT, SAT and ACT. I use the Orton-Gillingham approach, the Barton System for Spelling and Writing, and the Wilson Reading System. These are evidenced-based, systematic, sequential, cumulative, explicit, and multisensory systems that have extensively proven to be successful. I will first conduct an assessment of your child, at no cost to you. This will allow me to find out the level your child is in and if there are any trouble spots on which to work. I also do this to find out if you, the child, and I are a good fit. Part of this assessment is meant to see if your child has the pre-reading phonemic awareness skills. If he/she doesn’t, I would use the Foundations in Sounds program, which is a precursor to any of the other programs. It is a pre-reading program which develops the necessary skills of discrimination, memory, and sequencing of sounds. What I teach is a progression of the following basic components of reading: • Phonemic Awareness Identifying individual sounds in words, repeating sequences of sounds, among other tasks. • Phonological Awareness Identifying a group of sounds as in rhyming and dividing words into syllables. • Phonics Rules The rules of phonemes (sounds)/graphemes (letters) by which the written English language is constructed. • Spelling Rules The rules by which the language is written. • Sight/Rote Words (non-phonetic words) Words that do not follow any rules as in “done” or “every”. • Fluency Mastering each stage in the above succession will contribute to attaining fluency. Nevertheless, fluency requires specific teaching techniques of its own. The time it takes to succeed depends on the child and the number of hours tutored. Research has shown it normally takes 80-100 hours of teaching for a student to advance one grade level. My students usually take less time to make the same progress. I have experience teaching and tutoring elementary school dyslexic children in English, although since I am bilingual (Spanish), I can speak to my students in the language they prefer. I also have developed online vocabulary and spelling drills. My students actively participate in their own learning. Most of all, I use plenty of positive praise and rewards, so that their self-esteem, which is often negatively affected by their dyslexia or their reading challenges, is greatly improved as well. I tutor from two to four hours per week, at times that are most convenient to you. I will come to your home or to your child’s school at no extra cost.
Writing

Special Needs

Dyslexia

Dyslexia

I received my certification through the Dyslexia Training Institute and my graduate credits in dyslexia courses are from the University of San Diego. I specialize in tutoring dyslexic children. If your child is dyslexic, he/she may be very intelligent, but his/her dyslexia has been preventing them from achieving their full potential. Don’t let that continue to happen. Studies have shown that dyslexia is a specific learning disability that has a neurological basis. A dyslexic child is born that way. The brain is plastic, and it can change with the right approach and the right teacher. Thus, the brain of a dyslexic person will eventually develop the neural pathways necessary to become a good reader. This is accomplished regardless of the severity of the condition and/or the person’s age. Even dyslexic adults can develop these pathways after sustained instruction. I use the Orton-Gillingham approach, the Barton System for Spelling and Writing, and the Wilson Reading System. These are evidenced-based, systematic, sequential, cumulative, explicit, and multisensory systems that have extensively proven to be successful. I will first conduct an assessment of your child, at no cost to you. This will allow me to find out the level your child is in and if there are any trouble spots on which to work. I also do this to find out if you, the child, and I are a good fit. Part of this assessment is meant to see if your child has the pre-reading phonemic awareness skills. If he/she doesn’t, I would use the Foundations in Sounds program, which is a precursor to any of the other programs. It is a pre-reading program which develops the necessary skills of discrimination, memory, and sequencing of sounds. What I teach is a progression of the following basic components of reading: • Phonemic Awareness Identifying individual sounds in words, repeating sequences of sounds, among other tasks. • Phonological Awareness Identifying a group of sounds as in rhyming and dividing words into syllables. • Phonics Rules The rules of phonemes (sounds)/graphemes (letters) by which the written English language is constructed. • Spelling Rules The rules by which the language is written. • Sight/Rote Words (non-phonetic words) Words that do not follow any rules as in “done” or “every”. • Fluency Mastering each stage in the above succession will contribute to attaining fluency. Nevertheless, fluency requires specific teaching techniques of its own. The time it takes to succeed depends on the child and the number of hours tutored. Research has shown it normally takes 80-100 hours of teaching for a student to advance one grade level. My students usually take less time to make the same progress. I have experience teaching and tutoring elementary school dyslexic children in English, although since I am bilingual (Spanish), I can speak to my students in the language they prefer. I also have developed online vocabulary and spelling drills. My students actively participate in their own learning. Most of all, I use plenty of positive praise and rewards, so that their self-esteem, which is often negatively affected by their dyslexia, is greatly improved as well. I tutor from two to four hours per week, at times that are most convenient to you. I will come to your home or to your child’s school at no extra cost.

Summer

Reading,

Reading

I have a Master’s from Stanford University in Educational Communication and another Master’s from Rutgers University in Educational Psychology. My major for the latter master’s was cognitive processes and language development. I have graduate credits in the information processes approach to cognition (reading and perceptive processes) and dyslexia. I received training from the Dyslexia Training Institute and graduate credits in dyslexia courses from the University of San Diego. I have more than 30 years of experience teaching in the classroom and tutoring one-to-one. I specialize in tutoring dyslexic children and children who struggle with reading. I tutor reading to students of all ages and grade level. I prepare students for standardized reading tests such as STAAR, PSAT, SAT and ACT. I use the Orton-Gillingham approach, the Barton System for Spelling and Writing, and the Wilson Reading System. These are evidenced-based, systematic, sequential, cumulative, explicit, and multisensory systems that have extensively proven to be successful. I will first conduct an assessment of your child, at no cost to you. This will allow me to find out the level your child is in and if there are any trouble spots on which to work. I also do this to find out if you, the child, and I are a good fit. Part of this assessment is meant to see if your child has the pre-reading phonemic awareness skills. If he/she doesn’t, I would use the Foundations in Sounds program, which is a precursor to any of the other programs. It is a pre-reading program which develops the necessary skills of discrimination, memory, and sequencing of sounds. What I teach is a progression of the following basic components of reading: • Phonemic Awareness Identifying individual sounds in words, repeating sequences of sounds, among other tasks. • Phonological Awareness Identifying a group of sounds as in rhyming and dividing words into syllables. • Phonics Rules The rules of phonemes (sounds)/graphemes (letters) by which the written English language is constructed. • Spelling Rules The rules by which the language is written. • Sight/Rote Words (non-phonetic words) Words that do not follow any rules as in “done” or “every”. • Fluency Mastering each stage in the above succession will contribute to attaining fluency. Nevertheless, fluency requires specific teaching techniques of its own. The time it takes to succeed depends on the child and the number of hours tutored. Research has shown it normally takes 80-100 hours of teaching for a student to advance one grade level. My students usually take less time to make the same progress. I have experience teaching and tutoring elementary school dyslexic children in English, although since I am bilingual (Spanish), I can speak to my students in the language they prefer. I also have developed online vocabulary and spelling drills. My students actively participate in their own learning. Most of all, I use plenty of positive praise and rewards, so that their self-esteem, which is often negatively affected by their dyslexia or their reading challenges, is greatly improved as well. I tutor from two to four hours per week, at times that are most convenient to you. I will come to your home or to your child’s school at no extra cost.
Writing

Test Preparation

SAT Reading,

SAT Reading

I've helped prepare many students before in all the SAT areas verbal/written and reading sections. I usually start by giving the student a practice test to assess his strengths and challenges. I have many years of experience teaching and preparing students for all standardized tests. In addition, I've also worked for ETS, the makers of many tests. Thus, I know very well what it is required to help him write a top notch essay for the SAT and do great in the reading and writing/grammar structure areas.
SAT Writing

SAT Writing

I've helped prepare many students before in all the SAT areas verbal/written and reading sections. I usually start by giving the student a practice test to assess his strengths and challenges. I have many years of experience teaching and preparing students for all standardized tests. In addition, I've also worked for ETS, the makers of many tests, where I rate student's written work. Thus, I know very well what it is required to help him write a top notch essay for the SAT and do great in the reading and writing/grammar structure areas.

Ratings and Reviews


Rating

4.9 (309 ratings)
5 star
(294)
4 star
(13)
3 star
(1)
2 star
(0)
1 star
(1)

Reviews


A knowledgeable Partner

We have an elementary school-aged dyslexic and have partnered with Alicia for over a year to help our child develop skills and strategies to cope with the learning difference. She has been generous with her knowledge, helping us and the teachers learn how to best teach and encourage our dyslexic. She seems to take great joy in her work and demonstrates genuine pride when milestones are achieved, and we love her celebrations (an in-person visit on a weekend day to say congratulations for finishing a unit, a personalized gift, notes of encouragement).

Keesha, 102 lessons with Alicia

Great Tutor

Alicia has been great help to my daughter who is going to 6th grade and had difficulties with reading and writing. She has improve tremendously and she passed her STAAR test. Alicia has been very patient with my daughter. They have been working together for over a year. She's just an awesome tutor.

Daniela, 170 lessons with Alicia
Tutor responded:

Thank you so much for your kind words and great feedback. Your feedback will be very helpful to me and for parents who are looking for a dyslexia tutor.

knowledgeable and patient tutor

My son who was 7yrs old at the time I choose Ms. Alicia to tutor him as he is dyslexic. My son could not spell, read and had problems with sounds and rapid name recalling when Ms. Alicia started working with him. Now, he can spell, recall sounds and letters when in the beginning he could not do those things. Ms. Alicia is a excellent tutor. She teaches your child in a way that keeps them engaged and it is fun. At times I would even participate in the teaching so, that I could reinforce the teaching to my son over the holidays. She is a very patient and a knowledgeable tutor. If you want results choose Ms. Alicia I guarantee you will see a difference in your child.

Roslyn, 58 lessons with Alicia
Tutor responded:

Thank you very much for this great feedback. Your feedback will be very helpful to me and to other parents looking for a good tutor.

Effective Dyslexia tutor

Ms Alicia is providing an effective phonemic awareness and phonics instruction to our grandson. He is noticing, thinking about, and working with sounds in the spoken language. This systematic and explicit phonics instruction is making a contribution to his growth in reading. He looks forward to tutoring sessions with Ms. Alicia.

Betty, 13 lessons with Alicia
Tutor responded:

Thank you very much for your review. Coming from an experienced teacher, your review is of great value to me and to the parents of dyslexic children that are looking for a good tutor.

Patient and very kind tutor

She worked on "chunking" with reading/comprehension skills. My daughter felt more aware of what she was missing when reading and writing.

Lawanda, 19 lessons with Alicia
Tutor responded:

Thank you very much. Your feedback will be very helpful to me and to other parents looking for good tutors.

Great Tutor

Miss. Alicia is a great teacher. She is very patient, and makes learning fun to the kids. I hired her to teach English writing skills to my daughter ,who was in 4th Grade. She always comes on time, and gives Homework and checks her work in next class. My daughter called her after hours,if she had any questions and she was always there for her to answer her. She encourages kids to get good grades with prizes. Finally my daughters STAAR results have come and she scored 100 percent. I highly recommend Miss.Alicia. THANKS YOU.

Aparna, 18 lessons with Alicia
Tutor responded:

Thank you very much for this great feedback. Your feedback will be very helpful to me and to other parents looking for good tutors.

Paciente!

She is very patient with me during our lessons. Also, we speak only in Spanish during our lessons! I can already see improvements in my speaking abilities that will help with any employment status! Ella es muy paciente conmigo durante nuestras lecciones. Hablamos totalmente en español y ya puedo ver mejoramientos en mis abilidades de comunicar. Practicamos el pretérito, el imperfecto, el subjuntivo y mucho más. Estoy contenta con mi progreso durante nuestras reuniones.

Ashley, 6 lessons with Alicia
Tutor responded:

Thank you, Ashley. I appreciate your comments very much. (Muchísimas gracias, Ashley. Me va a ayudar mucho tu comentario.)

Very patient teacher

Alicia is a true teacher!! My daughter (9) and I (41) have been taking weekly classes with Alicia. First this has been a wonderful experience with my daughter but Alicia has done a great job customizing the curriculum to each of us - whether our concerns are more everyday language, travel or business. Alicia also spends quite a bit of time explaining the background of certain words and how they draw on the history of the area which is a critical nuance in communication. I highly recommend Alicia!!

Shane, 32 lessons with Alicia
Tutor responded:

Thank you very much. Your feedback will be very helpful to me and to other parents looking for good tutors.

Very good tutor

She is very nice and keeps the girls engaged in 2 hour lessons. They really liker her Spanish bingo game and the reviews on YouTube quizlet help reinforce what was teaching.

Valerie , 24 lessons with Alicia
Tutor responded:

Thank you very much. Your feedback will be very helpful to me and to other parents looking for good tutors.

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