Autism Tutor / Autism Tutoring
If you care for someone with autism, we salute you. It can be difficult, but it's also a blessing in ways. But, getting help and a break sure does help. Find an Autism Tutor below near you.
ScottI graduated from Drexel University of Philadelphia recently. I moved here after high school with the intention of learning the business world. I grew up in Bexley, where my parents both owned and managed businesses. The city gave me a love of learning, art, and culture. After graduation from DU, I began working part time for my family and preparing for law school. Since 2003, I have been working with children on the autism spectrum to help them learn and succeed. I strive to provide them with creative, fun, and thought-provoking sessions that cater to their individual needs. I tutor students with learning disabilities as well. It is very rewarding to see them fully grasp a concept they had been having trouble with. I tutor students in a variety of subjects, such as public speaking, European history, English grammar and syntax, world religions, and American history. I can offer sessions for elementary through college level students. I can work with students to prepare them for their standardized tests, as well as to improve their college application essays and sharpen their study skills. Through hard work and dedication, I believe any student can succeed. Outside of teaching, I love to cook and bake, go running, and work out.
Drexel Univeristy - Bachelors, Business Administration-Marketing and Legal Studies
College Level American History
GabriellaThere are many qualities that I believe make an effective tutor. I have learned to be a great listener and even better communicator during my studies. I am able to effectively write and verbalize the information that my students need. Organization skills are something I possess and I am very committed and dedicated to maintaining a professional demeanor. I have enthusiasm and love learning new things. Additionally, I am always eager to solve a problem. I am also great at multitasking and am very patient with my pupils. The best part of tutoring to me is knowing that I am making some sort of difference in the person's education. In addition to my personal qualities, I also have educational background and experience which has shaped me into the tutor I am today. I am a Psychology major and a Special Education major both. I have hands-on experience working with children with Autism. I am able to help in a number of different subjects, including math, English, science, and more. When I am not tutoring or studying, you can find me running, swimming, and spending time with my family. I am looking forward to helping your child achieve and exceed their academic goals.
Marist College - Current Undergrad, Childhood/ Special Education
High School English
ChristineI attended Penn State University for my bachelor's degree. As an educator, I've been able to work with special needs students from the teenage years and below. I'm currently teaching children who need emotional support and children with autism. I've also been able to work as a substitute teacher and assistant teacher in general ed classes. I've been working with children since I was a babysitter, and I've always enjoyed it. I also have experience coaching youth soccer. I love to teach, and I'm comfortable working with children on any subjects. I believe every child is capable of learning, and it's up to me to figure out how to approach them with information in the way they will best learned. I'm always looking for creative ways to present information to match the learning styles of my students.
The Pennsylvania State University - Bachelor in Arts, Special Education
State Certified Teacher
Elementary School Math