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Online Reading Tutoring for Students with Learning Disorders
My name is Chelle Schauben. I am an online tutor helping elementary school students with learning differences, including ADHD, ADD, dyslexia, dysgraphia, or sensory processing disorders.
I am certified in Orton-Gillingham's Approach to Teaching Literacy as an Associate and Classroom Educator.
I have successfully tutored children using the Pride Reading Program based on the Orton-Gillingham structured literacy multisensory curriculum.
I am a Site-Based Sub Teacher for the Oakland Unified School District, currently at Frick Academy of Language Arts.
I have a dual Bachelor's degree in English and Communications and Multimedia, a Master's Degree in English and Creative Writing, a Master's Degree in Educational Therapy, and a Master of Arts in Special Education.
I have continued researching COVID-19 and Distance Learning, Students With Disabilities, And Assistive Technology for my third Master's research thesis.
I have been accepted into the Doctorate Program in Transformative School Leadership at Northeastern University for Fall 2025.
I am confident I can help your child enhance their reading skills and improve academically.
Hemispheric dominance is distinctive in each child. Roger W. Sperry, a psychologist, first introduced the left brain and right brain hypothesis in the 1960s.
Right Brain Functions:
- Art awareness
- Holistic thought
- Music awareness
- 3-D Forms
- Left hand control
Left Brain Functions:
- Analytical thought
- Science & math
- Numbers skills
- Right hand control
Being aware of what hemisphere of the brain is dominant in your child is central in determining which style of learning he/she requires to be successful.