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We understand the problems associated with ASD and the challenges that it brings about in your child’s social life. Every child is unique and every child deserves the right education. For students with an autism spectrum disorder, our private tutors help your child understand the emotions of others. Our tutors teach the students to develop social skills in a fun way and help them learn how to relate to others. To do this, our tutors will provide one-on-one lessons to make sure that each student gets the right level of assistance. Autism spectrum disorder is hard to deal with and can affect a child’s mental and emotional well-being. Our tutors understand the feelings of your child and will not judge them no matter how upset or frustrated they may become. Our tutors are always ready to provide a helping hand to your child.We teach Math, Science, English and French for all ages. At TutorOne, we offer truly customized lesson plans for each student based on their personality & learning style. Give us a shot today and book your first free lesson to experience quality tutoring.
ADHD is more common than you think. It is estimated that about 6.1% of children aged 6-14 in Ontario have been reported to have ADHD. Perhaps the most common symptom of this disorder is the inability to focus on one single task which is crucial for academic success. As a parent, we understand your frustration and we are ready to help. Our ADHD trained tutors have at least 2 years of experience in the subject matter they teach. In terms of behavior, our tutors understand that your child will have a difficult time concentrating, paying attention, and remaining on task. The child will be disruptive and fidgeting to the point where it interferes in their academic performance. For children with ADHD, the focus is to increase the ability to pay attention, improve memory skills, assignments, and reduce hyperactivity.
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We also support students with Dyslexia and Dysgraphia. No matter what your child experiences or goes through, we are here to help. We have a select subset of tutors who are willing to provide help for for the betterment of your child. Our tutors can teach anything from Math and Sciences to languages, including English and French. We take pride in the services we offer. Why? Our tutors go through intensive training to ensure that your child receives the best tutoring they deserve.Our first and foremost goal is to make them feel comfortable in the environment and ensure that they enjoy their time with our tutors. Some students feel nervous and unsure of themselves when they go into a tutoring session and our tutors do everything in their power to make your child feel comfortable. They help your child feel relaxed and focused so that they can concentrate on their studies. The success of your child is our main priority and our goal is to help your child reach their full potential. All of our tutors are passionate about what they do and they truly enjoy what they do!
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It is important to remember that we are not always going to know what to do to help, and that is OK. It is good to understand your role as a tutor. A good way to think about being an effective tutor is to see yourself as a guide. A student with a learning disability needs to be a risk taker. They need to be willing to make mistakes in order to learn. With that being said, it is a good idea to have them work for as long as they can with a task before moving on to the next one. The student may need to know the answer in order to succeed. They may not even know what the answer is. If they are not being successful, you can be the one to make suggestions. However, you do not need to step in to do the work for the student. Many students with learning disabilities have executive functioning challenges.
It is a good idea to listen to the parents at times. It is also a good idea to check in with the parents in general at times to see how the student is doing. It is important to not be too critical of a student. You need to remember that they are working as hard as they can to develop new strategies to complete the task. It is important to not be too critical of yourself. If a task is too difficult for the student, it is a good idea to try a different task. If you are not having any success with the student, or if the parents are not happy with the progress the student is making, it might be a good idea to involve a specialist.
You might be doing something that is not right for the student. You might be doing something that is not right for the situation. If you are not confident in how to tutor a student with a learning disability, it is a good idea to talk to someone about this. There are many people willing to help. If you are providing tutoring services for special education students, it is a good idea to try to find a way to get involved with the school system. It is important to understand that a special needs tutor will have a very different relationship with the student. It is important to understand that students with special education needs often have very different personalities than typical students.