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Welcome to First Class Tutoring! We are a tutoring service for students in grades K through 12. We tutor in the home, at our location, or via Skpye. Our goal is to tap into a child's natural desire to learn and supplement a child's education with personal and academic enrichment. When we are not tutoring our students, we want to share learning strategies with parents, grandparents, and teachers to help students succeed in any subject or grade level, regardless of learning challenges. We share specific ways for you to help your child reach his/her academic and personal potential.
Join co-host Eric Komoroff (www.communityofunity.org) and Dr. Jason Stein (iRyze.com) as they discuss successful tutoring of our youth with expert Shannon O'Hara.
O'Hara is Founder and Executive Director of Progressive Minds Tutoring, and for the past 6yrs has helped educate and increase proficiency of scholars working to navigate learning and behavioral challenges. Prior to teaching she worked as a social worker investigating child abuse and neglect, and possesses a BA in Psychology and Masters in Education & HR Management.She is also the mother of 3 children; 2 of whom are currently learning to manage learning and behavioral challenges.
Join us for a discussion about the benefits of personalized tutoring and the unique appraoch develpoed by Classical Tutor, LLC to meet the educational needs of individuals and communities
We are joined by Nancy Gregerson, Director, Lindamood-Bell, Learning Center of Washington DC. Lindamood-Bell provides tutoring to students in a variety of subjects. We will explore how such tutoring centers can enhance the achievement levels of students who are different learners. And we will also discuss what these learning centers do that is effective and isn't being done in schools.
Founded in 2012 assisting athletes from South Eastern Pennsylvania improve their football and life skills. This unique opportunity started when a group of young men were turned away from playing a sport they had all grown up loving and playing. Those young men came together along with their parents and decided to form their own team. After presenting their situation to a local football coach they began practicing and competing. Philly’s Finest has quickly become one of the most successful 7v7 programs on the east coast.
To serve our community and youth by providing an environment that breeds competition in athletics and education. The athletes are surrounded by positive coaches and mentors that help guide the athletes through the everyday challenges they face on the field, in the classroom, and in their communities. They are provided with guidance throughout each level of education from high school through college. With the high level of college athletes that graduate from our program, we have become experienced in providing a level of guidance and assistance in the college recruiting process. We not only teach the physical aspects of the game but we raise the athletic intelligence level of each of our athletes. Our goal is to bring out the competitor in each of our athletes so they can be successful on the field and in the classroom.
An organization that is made up of football, basketball, track, soccer and cheerleading. Education in the college recruiting process is major and must be provided to parents as well as athletes. Our organization plans to provide that education. Competition will not be limited to just athletics. Our youth will compete in academic competitions in the fields of law, medicine, and business. To further prepare them, our goal is to establish strong tutoring, SAT, and ACT programs.
This week on The Vitamin C Show features Qiana Budd, domestic violence survivor and author of The Pivotal Relationship; Ms. Britanee Slack, a native of Atlanta Georgia and wardrobe stylist will discuss the latest trends in the fashion industry, and Mr. John Cheatwood, a native of New Jersey currently resides in Pittsburgh is the founder of Cheatcodes Tutoring Services, LLC. Mr Cheatwood will discuss his company, the services offered to the community and the impact his company is having on the education system. Join the discussion with Sharise Hemby and her guests at 646-787-1799.
An Internationally Recognized Expert in Dyslexia
Ms. Barton is a frequent and popular speaker at conferences focusing on Dyslexia, Reading Instruction, Early Intervention and RTI, and Adult Literacy issues. Susan is also an instructor ofPhonemic Awareness andMultisensory Teaching Techniquesthrough the University of California, of Learning Disabilities at West Valley College, and of the graduate-level courses Screening for Dyslexia,Tutoring People with Dyslexia, and Understanding Dyslexia and ADHD through the University of San Diego
Dyslexia is the most common reason a bright child will struggle with spelling, writing, or reading. But it affects many other areas as well. Children with dyslexia also have difficulty:
Memorizing their address, the alphabet, or their multiplication tables
Learning to tie their shoes
Writing some letters or numbers backwards past the end of first grade
Learning to tell time on a clock with hands
Telling left from right. Confusing letter pairs such as b-d, b-p,p-q, or g-j
Saying sounds in the right order in multi-syllable words such as animal, spaghetti, hamburger, consonant
Handwriting: their letters don’t sit on the line,
there may be odd spacing between their words,
tall letters are sometimes written as short ones,
tails don’t always hang below the line,
sentences often don’t start with capital letters, and
punctuation is often left out.
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Orlando Renaissance Writer's guild 8th Annual Literacy Benefit Dinner, held May 3, 2015 bestowed the honor of Writer of the year to Dr Ruth Baskerville.
9:15 HOUR Dr. Ruth L. Baskerville enjoyed forty-two years in public school education, serving as a high school English and theatre teacher, school administrator K-12, and member of central office in the capacities of human resources/ personnel director, and curriculum and staff development director. She came out of retirement to become Principal of City of Life Orlando Christian Academy, and especially enjoys beginning each academic day with Chapel
Dr. Ruth is Secretary to the Business Women’s Inspirational Network (BWIN) and a member of the Trans Life Organ & Tissue Donation Center Multicultural Committee. Besides being the published author of HOODLESS KLAN and FINDING HUMOR IN GRIEF, Dr. Ruth is an editor and ghost writer, grant writer, and tutor for students in grades K-12 needing GED, college prep or grade level promotion. When she’s not working, tutoring, or traveling to book signings, Dr. Ruth spends quality time with her daughter, son-in-law and four grandchildren.
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9:45 Travel With Alyce - Put Some Swag in you Travels
10:15 - Let the Games begin - WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE? Are you being your best self or are you just going to settle?
As you become more spiritual you will not judge anyone. Yes, there's a part of human nature within us that observes something first and we make a decision. I believe that stems from our fight or flight response. You still have to use your intuition or gut feeling. That is different.
I mean when we first see someone or a situation we subconsciously make a decision based on what we were tuaght. A good example is seeing a female and male tutoring session. Often we first think that the man is tutuoring the woman. Many people see a male nurse and they will assume he's a doctor. I've seen this. These are biases and we always need to be aware of them.
Also I will discuss being yourself. It doesn't matter what other people think. We often let other people influence us in our relationships, career and even the way we dress. People will say act lyour age. I don't know what this means. We never should lose the child within. It's okay to laugh and have fun. It's okay to be goofy at times. It doesn't matter what profession you hold. Also, I will discuss homosexuality, bisexual, transgender and lesbian. When you read for people you need to be able to not think of any of this. When you become spiritual you will understand.
I will take your psychic questions as well. Please read my reviews on Kasamba. I am for real. You can contact me there at http://www.kasamba.com/psychic/mia0899cs prices vary or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Viki Winterton interviews Jamie Dickenson!
Jamie Dickenson started her educational consulting practice in 1998 and has helped thousands of families through the college admissions and financial aid process. Jamie's dedication, energy, and enthusiasm have contributed to the growth of her business and the success of many life-changing decisions she's helped her students make. In 2011, she decided to expand her business to include a tutoring center so that she could help her students lay a solid foundation for a positive academic career.
Jamie was a finalist for the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year for the states of Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Upstate New York and was featured as a Success Story for the West Virginia District of the Small Business Association (SBA).
She has delivered over 500 business and motivational presentations for corporations, schools, colleges, associations, and business meetings. She is one of the most in-demand speakers and business consultants specializing in the areas of college admissions and financial aid.
For the past 13 years, Jamie has been a guest speaker on a very successful talk radio show called "Ask the Expert" on WCHS 580 AM. She has been featured in the media on numerous radio and television shows as well as being quoted in feature articles.
Please join host Frankie Picasso and guest Nyzia Easterling on Thursday, April 9th at 1:00 pm EST for The Good Radio Network.
If I can help somebody, my life has not been in vain....Nyzia Easterling
Camden , NJ is a city traumatized by violence. It’s higher than average violent crime rate is spiralling out of control and those who are most affected by this are the children, because in the aftermath, when all is said and done, these children are left parentless and suffering without any hope of a different future. (Camden is rated as # 3 on the Crime index ( out of 100 being the safest) it is safe to say that here is a community that could use some Saving Grace.
Enter Nyzia Easterling. Nyzia is no stranger to loss, yet she founded Saving Grace Ministries for the children of her community. She knew how they suffered from being parentless, a by product of the violence in which they lived. Nyzia knew their sorrow, and saw their future…. A future of unimaginable difficulty, staring down their mortality with as much awareness as with any other routine coping skill. Something had to be done.
Says Nyzia “This “new normal” was anything but welcoming, offering up the intangibility of separation amidst an inconceivable reality." Our mission is to embrace these Victims of Violent Crimes, to erase the negative personification of their unmerited circumstances by engaging them through an amazing ministry we call Saving Grace.”
Saving Grace Ministry's is a collaborative community focused organization offering, counseling, tutoring, mentoring, life skills, seminars, clothing and more. Please join in this conversation.
Mathnasium's Bobby Tarnowski joins hosts Kevin Hunter and David Ford to talk tutoring and helping kids specifically learn math.
From Bobby -
At Mathnasium, we are math specialists! We offer customized, 1-to-1 instruction using Mathnasium’s
successful curriculum and methods, as well as homework help, ACT/SAT test prep, private tutoring and
summer programs, all in a challenging, supportive and fun learning environment. Whether a student
needs to catch up or wants to get ahead, We Make Math Make Sense!
Our goal is to give each student a life-changing math learning experience that helps them understand
math, developing what we call Number Sense – much more than memorization and computation drills –
which ultimately builds confidence in their math abilities and enthusiasm for how they can use them, no
matter what their futures will hold.
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