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SchoolTutoring Academy offers English – Reading tutoring across all cities in the U.S. and Canada. Please call us at 1-877-545-7737 (PREP) to schedule tutoring with any of our available tutors.

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Rona R. – Reading Tutor – Chicago, IL
Chicago State UniversityEducation
“I firmly believe that all students can learn and acquire success in academics regardless of race or economic status.”
Ronald E. – Reading Tutor – Fayetteville, NC
Fayetteville State UniversityHistory
“Children want to learn.”
Ronald F. – Reading Tutor – Cerritos, LA
California State University English Literature: Rhetoric and Composition
“Success is not measured by grades but by grit, determination, the thirst for knowledge, and drive to excel.”
Rosaleen D. – Reading Tutor – Stratford, ON
University of TorontoEnglish
“Education is the gateway to living a fulfilling life.”
Rose H. – Reading Tutor – Pinehurst, NC
University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill)Psychology
“I believe everyone is a lifelong learner.”
Rose F. – Reading Tutor – Colorado Springs, CO
Grand Canyon UniversityElementary Education; Special Education
“Tailoring interventions to the student’s unique learning language can be done by rephrasing the lesson.”
Ross C. – Reading Tutor – Airdrie, AB
University of AlbertaEnglish and Drama
“The best teaching comes from students discovering how to learn.”
Ross C. – Reading Tutor – Airdrie, AB
University of AlbertaEnglish, Drama
“Students learn best when teachers are dedicated, multi-talented and passionate about their subjects.”
Roxanne M. – Reading Tutor – Arlington, TX
University of North TexasPublic health, Anthropology
“I believe that we should allow the student to bring their diversity and apply their perspective to each and every subject.”
Rudy S. – Reading Tutor – Fort Mcmurray, AB
University of TexasEnvironmental Science
“I do not perceive myself as a teacher in the traditional sense; rather, I am more of a facilitator.”
Rufina C. – Reading Tutor – Clay, NY
LeMoyne CollegeEnglish, Teaching
“I believe that all students should be taught by passionate teachers.”
Ryan M. – Reading Tutor – Vancouver, BC
Simon Fraser UniversityEnglish
“I believe that the role of the truly dedicated and student-centred educator is one that is focused on guiding the student.”
Ryan L. – Reading Tutor – Ottawa, ON
Memorial University of NewfoundlandEnglish
“I believe finding the right way to present the material is very important when teaching a student.”
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Saadia H. – Reading Tutor – Berkeley, CA
University of Texas, Dallas American Studies
“Students should be able to connect with what they learn and understand the implications education has on their realities and the world as a whole.”
Saili S. – Reading Tutor – Colorado Springs, CO
SMRK CollegeBachelors of Science
“I believe that when a student has his basic concepts clear, he/she would be able to understand the advanced concepts better.”
Salene H. – Reading Tutor – Soddy Daisy, TN
Virginia CollegeBusiness Administration
“A student that wants to exceed his or her learning capabilities will go far in life.”
Sally M. – Reading Tutor – Terrell, TX
Texas A&M UniversityJournalism
“I think the most important thing I can teach students is how to learn and find information.”
Samantha G. – Reading Tutor – Huntsville, AL
Oakwood UniversityElementary Education
“My goal as a teacher/tutor is to ignite curiosity and excitement within my students.”
Samantha E. – Reading Tutor – Markham, ON
Trent UniversityEnglish Literature and History
“Learners require choice in the classroom that allows them to not only utilize their unique skill set, but also challenge their comfort level.”
Samantha G. – Reading Tutor – Goose Creek, SC
University of DelawareSpanish Literature
“No one learns the same way; we have to change the way we teach to cater to the individual.”
Samantha K. – Reading Tutor – Toronto, ON
University of TorontoPsychology and Cinema Studies
“Learning is a multisensory process so I always encourage my students to use visual, auditory and tactile methods when learning new material.”
Samantha F. – Reading Tutor – Toronto, ON
University of TorontoEnglish, Geography
“I understand that every student is unique, and my duty as a teacher is to ensure that I adapt my teaching methods and strategies to suit every child.”
Samantha F. – Reading Tutor – North Bay, ON
Nipissing UniversityHistory
“I believe that it is important to educate the whole child.”
Samuel T. – Reading Tutor – Queens, NY
Mercy CollegeSecondary Education
“I believe that, with proper instruction and the right methodology, all children can learn.”
Samuel S. – Reading Tutor – Windsor, ON
University of WindsorPolitical Science and History
“I believe students learn best when lessons are designed to meet their learning style – whether they are visual, auditory, or tactile learners.”
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