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Lydia J.
50/hour

LMSW With Experience Teaching Students with Dyslexia

I worked with students (aged 3 through 21) who have dyslexia. I have experience working with students (with dyslexia) in early childhood education, elementary school special education, high school special education, and college. I... read more

50/hour
5.0 (162)
12 hours tutoring Dyslexia out of 456 hours
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I worked with students (aged 3 through 21) who have dyslexia. I have experience working with students (with dyslexia) in early childhood education, elementary school special education, high school special education, and college. I... read more

Josh K.
55/hour

Wilson Dyslexia Practitioner

This credential recognizes individuals as prepared to diagnostically teach students identified with a language‐based learning disability, such as dyslexia, at the beginning levels of encoding and reading. In addition, I completed a... read more

55/hour
5.0 (256)
4 hours tutoring Dyslexia out of 1,073 hours
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This credential recognizes individuals as prepared to diagnostically teach students identified with a language‐based learning disability, such as dyslexia, at the beginning levels of encoding and reading. In addition, I completed a... read more

Eri S.
100/hour

Friendly and Patient Certified Special Educator

...Teachers College, which prepared me for teaching elementary school students with a variety of learning differences, including dyslexia.... read more

100/hour
4.9 (135)
63 hours tutoring Dyslexia out of 762 hours
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...Teachers College, which prepared me for teaching elementary school students with a variety of learning differences, including dyslexia.... read more

Kelly H.
100/hour

Orton Gillingham Tutor

After getting my MA in Elementary/ Special Education, I received extensive training in the Orton Gillingham method, as well as the biological basis of Dyslexia through Bowman Educational Services. I have been working at a private... read more

100/hour
5.0 (141)
66 hours tutoring Dyslexia out of 206 hours
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After getting my MA in Elementary/ Special Education, I received extensive training in the Orton Gillingham method, as well as the biological basis of Dyslexia through Bowman Educational Services. I have been working at a private... read more

Nicole C.
45/hour

Certified Master Special Educator with 8 years experience

I have worked 8 years as a special education teacher. Throughout my career, I have worked with many students that were diagnosed Dyslexic or were suspected to have Dyslexia. Currently, I am going through Orton Gullingham training and that... read more

45/hour
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271 hours tutoring
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I have worked 8 years as a special education teacher. Throughout my career, I have worked with many students that were diagnosed Dyslexic or were suspected to have Dyslexia. Currently, I am going through Orton Gullingham training and that... read more

Maria R.
65/hour

Multidisciplinary Educator, specializing in ADHD, and special needs

Throughout my 26 year career I have worked with students who have dyslexia and have used a multidisciplinary approach, which has been very successful. Additionally, I have a Master's in Learning Disabilities in which Dyslexia... read more

65/hour
4.9 (1062)
517 hours tutoring Dyslexia out of 9,953 hours
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Throughout my 26 year career I have worked with students who have dyslexia and have used a multidisciplinary approach, which has been very successful. Additionally, I have a Master's in Learning Disabilities in which Dyslexia... read more

Geri F.
45/hour

Educational / Special Education Specialist/ K-6 Reading, Math, Science

My name is Geri and I'd like to tell you about myself. I am an experienced teacher holding a Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education and a Master's degree in Special Education. I am a certified Learning and Behavior Specialist with additional... read more

45/hour
5.0 (172)
14 hours tutoring Dyslexia out of 499 hours
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My name is Geri and I'd like to tell you about myself. I am an experienced teacher holding a Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education and a Master's degree in Special Education. I am a certified Learning and Behavior Specialist with additional... read more

Richard G.
40/hour

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

I am a retired psychologist who worked with children and youth with learning handicaps for 20 years. I was also a special education teacher for an additional 14 years. Most recently I was employed by a high school as a special education teacher in... read more

40/hour
4.9 (972)
264 hours tutoring Dyslexia out of 3,953 hours
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I am a retired psychologist who worked with children and youth with learning handicaps for 20 years. I was also a special education teacher for an additional 14 years. Most recently I was employed by a high school as a special education teacher in... read more

Maria P.
50/hour

Graduate Certificate Language Based Disabilities and Dyslexia

I hold a Graduate Certificate in Language Based Learning Disabilities and Dyslexia from SNHU. Throughout my training and work as a special education teacher, I have had the opportunity to identify reading deficits with characteristics of... read more

50/hour
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I hold a Graduate Certificate in Language Based Learning Disabilities and Dyslexia from SNHU. Throughout my training and work as a special education teacher, I have had the opportunity to identify reading deficits with characteristics of... read more

Sister Solana D.
30/hour

Dyslexia help

I teach a reading program called Spire. It's based on the Orton-Gillingham method of multi-sensory learning for dyslexia. Spire is the top reading program recommended by the International Dyslexia Association. I have a... read more

30/hour
4.9 (135)
805 hours tutoring
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I teach a reading program called Spire. It's based on the Orton-Gillingham method of multi-sensory learning for dyslexia. Spire is the top reading program recommended by the International Dyslexia Association. I have a... read more

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How would you define Dyslexia in your own words?
Dyslexia is the inability to decode words and to remember the sight words. It also can effect a person's ability to spell. If you cannot read a word, you cannot spell it. Dyslexia has been shown to stem from disruptions in the neurological mechanisms that underlie the reading process. Genetics... read more
Dyslexia is the inability to decode words and to remember the sight words. It also can effect a person's ability to spell. If you cannot read a... read more
Answered • 03/19/18

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How would you define Dyslexia in your own words?
There are actually two types of Dyslexia, one is referred to as surface dyslexia, and the other as deep dyslexia. Dyslexia is a spectrum type language based disorder and can present in various levels of intensity. At the most common level students have difficulty making the sound symbol... read more
There are actually two types of Dyslexia, one is referred to as surface dyslexia, and the other as deep dyslexia. Dyslexia is a spectrum type... read more
Answered • 03/19/18

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How would you define Dyslexia in your own words?
Dyslexia is a reading disorder. There are many levels of Dyslexia to determine. Some children reverse their words, some do not understand letter order, some see a mixed up bunch of symbols on a page. THe Dyslexia program determines where the child needs the most help and organizes the program... read more
Dyslexia is a reading disorder. There are many levels of Dyslexia to determine. Some children reverse their words, some do not understand letter... read more
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Karen L. answered • 03/19/18

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How would you define Dyslexia in your own words?
Dyslexia is a learning disability which mainly effects the student's ability to read fluently, problems identifying speech sounds or phonemes, and how to relate letters to words. It is also difficult for the student to retain the correct arrangement of the letters of the words in spelling. An... read more
Dyslexia is a learning disability which mainly effects the student's ability to read fluently, problems identifying speech sounds or phonemes, and... read more
Answered • 03/17/18