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The Best Dyslexia Tutors in Wisconsin

11 WI private Dyslexia tutors / Find the best local Dyslexia tutor in WI

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Paula S.
50/hour

Milwaukee, WI

Certified Orton-Gillingham trained dyslexia tutor

I'm a certified Orton-Gillingham trained dyslexia tutor through the Children's Dyslexia Center of Milwaukee. I've worked with several students from first grade through middle school, including some with ADHD as well as... read more

50/hour
5.0 (11)
41 hours tutoring
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I'm a certified Orton-Gillingham trained dyslexia tutor through the Children's Dyslexia Center of Milwaukee. I've worked with several students from first grade through middle school, including some with ADHD as well as... read more

Hannah P.
50/hour

Milwaukee, WI

Master's in Education with Special. in Reading, Learning Disabilities

I currently teach as a special education teacher in a bilingual school. I also received training in the Sonday program which is a program specifically designed to teach children who have dyslexia. read more

50/hour
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I currently teach as a special education teacher in a bilingual school. I also received training in the Sonday program which is a program specifically designed to teach children who have dyslexia. read more

Erin L.
50/hour

Green Bay, WI

Orton Gillingham trained Virtual Special Educator

Using an evidence-based program, like Orton Gillingham, and focusing on a multi-sensory and kinesthetic approach to reading, is one of the most effective ways to teach reading to students with dyslexia. read more

50/hour
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Using an evidence-based program, like Orton Gillingham, and focusing on a multi-sensory and kinesthetic approach to reading, is one of the most effective ways to teach reading to students with dyslexia. read more

Ann A.
25/hour

Mchenry, IL

Special education teacher

I attended courses at Purdue university's masters program to learn how to teach students with dyslexia, as well as an Orton Gillingham program to learn specific ways to introduce phonemes, sound blends, and words that lead to the... read more

25/hour
4.0 (5)
11 hours tutoring
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I attended courses at Purdue university's masters program to learn how to teach students with dyslexia, as well as an Orton Gillingham program to learn specific ways to introduce phonemes, sound blends, and words that lead to the... read more

Victoria R.
25/hour

Pleasant Prairie, WI

Professional Educator License in Special Education- LBS1

I also have an endorsement in Language Arts. I have worked with students with Dyslexia and reading difficulties in grades K-5 in the past 8 years. I have been trained in the Wilson Reading program and I recently took another course... read more

25/hour
5.0 (2)
11 hours tutoring
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I also have an endorsement in Language Arts. I have worked with students with Dyslexia and reading difficulties in grades K-5 in the past 8 years. I have been trained in the Wilson Reading program and I recently took another course... read more

Carol V.
50/hour

Genoa City, WI

Elementary Special Education Teacher and Psychology major

Hello...I am Carol and have been working in the public schools as a special education teacher for 18 years. Prior to my formal teaching experience, I taught preschool for 8 years. The students I have worked with vary in age from preschool -8th... read more

50/hour
5.0 (4)
24 hours tutoring
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Hello...I am Carol and have been working in the public schools as a special education teacher for 18 years. Prior to my formal teaching experience, I taught preschool for 8 years. The students I have worked with vary in age from preschool -8th... read more

Paul H F.
30/hour

Plymouth, WI

Retired Special Needs Teacher for General Tutoring.

I taught and supervised in the Appleton School District my entire career. I was diagnosed myself with dyslexia and had to over come those obsticles in suceeding in my undergraduate, graduate and post grad education. I have taught and... read more

30/hour
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I taught and supervised in the Appleton School District my entire career. I was diagnosed myself with dyslexia and had to over come those obsticles in suceeding in my undergraduate, graduate and post grad education. I have taught and... read more

Frances M.
40/hour

Osseo, WI

Knows All Things Are Possible Tutor

It occurs when areas of the brain do not interpret language correctly, but doesn’t interfere with the ability to think or understand complex ideas. Dyslexia might appear by itself or in combination with other learning disabilities and... read more

40/hour
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It occurs when areas of the brain do not interpret language correctly, but doesn’t interfere with the ability to think or understand complex ideas. Dyslexia might appear by itself or in combination with other learning disabilities and... read more

Barbara F.
50/hour

Elm Grove, WI

I can help you overcome obstacles to reading.

Children and adults benefit from one on one tutoring using Orton-Gillingham methods. This is the most effective approach for those who learn differently. Whether someone is officially diagnosed with dyslexia or simply has difficulty... read more

50/hour
4.9 (38)
208 hours tutoring
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Children and adults benefit from one on one tutoring using Orton-Gillingham methods. This is the most effective approach for those who learn differently. Whether someone is officially diagnosed with dyslexia or simply has difficulty... read more

Jane E P.
30/hour

Madison, WI

Professional / Individualized Lessons / Positive Experiences

The student who suffers from Dyslexia does not proceed from left to right in order to read. That student may "reverse" letters while reading and writing. Remedial activities include using a dot (.) under the beginning... read more

30/hour
4.8 (101)
718 hours tutoring
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The student who suffers from Dyslexia does not proceed from left to right in order to read. That student may "reverse" letters while reading and writing. Remedial activities include using a dot (.) under the beginning... read more

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