Tutoring & Educational Therapy
Our tutoring is something special. Tutors often focus only on academics. Our state of Michigan certified teachers can teach your child skills and strategies to help them manage their learning or thinking differences and to improve schoolwork. This tutoring “upgrade” is sometimes called educational therapy.
We understand the compassion and connection needed to work with students who are struggling with academics. The 1:1 relationship we have with students allows us to strengthen individuals’ weaknesses and build confidence, curiosity, and critical thinking skills. We specialize in reluctant readers, students with diverse needs, and learners who are learning English. We also provide advocacy services for families of students with IEPs.
Instruction at school may not be enough for your child.
Maybe there be a lack of understanding of your child’s issues or the school may not be helping your child with a specific skill, like studying or writing papers. We have perfected a highly personal approach, tailoring lessons to your child’s specific needs, from reading and writing to homework to study skills. When possible, we work with a multi-sensory approach. We are always person-centered and approach the content with curiosity and joyful engagement.
4 SESSION PACKAGE
$30/hour (Summer Special)
Get four 55-minute sessions to build a specific skill in a short period of time with the support of a highly qualified and state-certified educator.
8 SESSION PACKAGE
$26/hour — SAVE 13% Summer Special
Purchase eight 55-minute sessions to get more robust on-going support. Schedule daily, biweekly, or weekly based on your child’s needs.
Pre-K Reading Readiness
- Print awareness
- Listening and retelling
- Beginning phonological awareness
- Interest in reading
Basic Reading Skills
- Letter-sound correspondence
- High-frequency words
- Vocabulary development
- Reading for meaning
- Expanding vocabulary
- Developing high-level thinking skills
- Spelling and grammar
- Punctuation and sentence structure
- Singular and plural
- Past and present tense
- Creative writing
“Our son was not doing well in school. English is not his first language and has learning challenges. He loves the way Ms. Roberts-Levi tutors him in spelling and reading and helps him to practice his basic math facts. Now he enjoys doing his homework.”
Mr. and Mrs. J. Moncion, Parents