All math levels - geometry, algebra, pre-calculus, calculus
Science - biology, chemistry, physics
Foreign language - Spanish
ACT/SAT preparation (small groups 2-4 students or 1:1)
Occupational Therapy: handwriting instruction, gross & fine motor coordination
Orton Gillingham trained
College prep essays
Learning differences welcome
All 1:1 sessions are $55/hour No contracts or registration fees
One-on-One - All tutoring is individualized to fit the needs of the students. We try to match the right tutor with each student and they will meet with that same tutor each time, consistency is paramount. We help individuals ages four through adult. Tutors work with school's curriculum.
SAT/ACT Preparation - We offer private as well as small group sessions with special pricing for package sessions. Gain confidence by knowing what to expect on the test and practice actual test questions. Identify question types in reading analysis, tips for approaching math questions differently and hints for the writing component. Know the difference between the SAT and ACT. The SAT contains three sections: reading, math and writing/language arts. The ACT contains four sections: reading, math, English and science. Both have an optional essay and each section has a different format.
All subjects including foreign language - All of our staff are qualified and hold appropriate credentials and are masters in their subject area. Most of our tutors are either current or former Rochester teachers who are highly regarded in their field. All levels - We address students at every level of education (Kindergarten to college).
Occupational Therapy - Gross & fine motor coordination and sensory integration with a certified occupational therapist.
ADHD, Autism & Dyslexia - Our specially trained teachers are able to address various learning styles and challenges.
Remote tutoring - If your child cannot come to us we can tutor remotely. With our Skype camera and computer tablet we are able to work with your child as if they were in the same room.
Handwriting class- Offers a creative, multisensory approach to help children master the skills of handwriting such as grip, hand-eye coordination, posture and motor planning. Taught by a board-certified occupational therapist assistant. This class meets for six weeks one hour each week (for children ages 4-13).
Friendship Skills Class - Designed to help children in grades 2-5 understand and read social cues. Learn how ADHD impacts friendships. Practice taking turns, learn conflict resolution skills, emotional regulation and more. This class typically meets for six weeks one hour each week.
Reading Readiness - Students are prepared for reading when they can read their own name, recite the alphabet, recognize some or all of the letters of the alphabet, correspond some or all of the letters with their correct sound, make rhymes, hold a book upright correctly, recognize that the progression of the print is left to right, top to bottom, echo simple text that is read to the child, recognize that text holds meaning, re-tell a favorite story.
Reading and math remediation - Many children need that extra help to stay on grade level or to be brought up to grade level. Our tutors are highly experienced in this area.
College application essays - College essays can be daunting; let us help them present their best written expression in order to put forth a fantastic impression.
Orton Gillingham trained - A multisensory, sequenced, phonetic program created to helps students use decoding techniques for reading and writing.
Speech Therapy - We have a trained and certified speech and language pathologist. Small group classes with a focus on articulation, receptive & expressive language, voice therapy, fluency and pragmatic language. (summers only)
What's your learning style?
Visual learners most easily obtain information when they can see everything that graphically depicts what they are trying to learn: flash cards pictures, drawings.
Auditory learners will retain information when they hear something. For auditory learners the best way to learn is repetition: Saying it over and over again.
Tactile learners will obtain more information when they use the “hands-on” approach: Demonstration.
Tel.: 248-656-3806 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
811 Oakwood Dr., Ste. 203 Rochester, MI 48307 United States of America