Tag: special education

May 2

Tutoring Solutions: Advice and Tips to Suit Your Student’s Needs #7

This webinar serves as a question and answer session for tutors seeking assistance in helping their student. Allison covers several highly requested topics, including solutions to common behavior issues, resources for creative curriculum, tips to deal with the pressure of achieving goals within the grading periods, and strategies in special education.

About the Presenter: Allison Maldonado, Skid Row Learning Center Regional Coordinator, began her teaching career as a community college mentor for non-traditional students such as single mothers, first-generation college students and disabled persons. After graduating from UCLA with a degree in English Literature and Composition, Allison worked as a Special Education teacher for five years. As a teacher, Allison worked with students living with Autism, emotional disturbance, learning disabilities, speech and language impairment and various other disabilities.

Jul 31

Practical Advice for Working with English Language Learners and IEPs

During this presentation, Lauren Reed discusses working with English Language Learners (ELLs) as well as students with an Individualized Education Program (IEP). We learn the background of these terms, the challenges the students in these programs may face, and strategies tutors can use to help students overcome these challenges.

About the Presenter: Lauren Reed has a Master’s Degree in Elementary Education from Arizona State University. She has taught in Phoenix, Arizona for 5 years, working primarily with English Language Learners (ELL’s). Lauren is also a very proud mom of two boys, ages 3 and 1.