Welcome to Beach Cities Tutoring
Private Tutoring in all subjects K-12 as well as SAT/ACT Test Prep, Spanish, editing services, homeschooling, ESL, and college application consulting in the comfort of your own home. Serving all South Bay Cities and the Westside. Call (310) 210-4415 for more information or contact us through our contact tab. We will personally match you with the most highly qualified tutor and guarantee your satisfaction. We also offer school pick as an additional service to make tutoring more convenient for working parents. Unlike most tutoring centers there is NO REGISTRATION FEE.
Individual Approach To All
All children can learn, but learn in different ways and at different rates! It is essential to determine the student’s learning type, style, and pace. Having a strong background in Special Education, I know that some students are visual, auditory, kinesthetic learners or a combination of these types. Some students need more review and practice while others catch on quickly. Private tutoring allows the tutor to assess the student’s learning style and needs and create a program that matches those needs. Our tutors may use tools such as manipulatives, games, flashcards, drill type worksheets, creative projects, and/or technology related projects. In addition, looking at the individual means assessing the whole child including their personality, interests, attention span, motivation, need for breaks and stress release, as well as organization skills. Beach Cities tutoring does not have a standard program to address every student. Each student receives an appropriate program to match their needs and learning style so that they will succeed in various environments.
1. Set goals and times for goals and use a timer for student to beat their own time. Reward students for ACCURATE, complete, and fast work 2. Have students do hardest stuff first to get it out of the way 3. Take short breaks (5-15 min) between subjects when doing homework 4. Have students do […]
If your child struggles with anxiety about reading aloud or just needs motivation to practice reading, you should check out the R.E.A.D program or Reading Education Assistance Dogs. I am not only recommending this as my father participated in this program in Florida with his Shih Tzu, but also because reading to a dog can […]
Beach Cities Tutoring would like to welcome two credentialed English teachers to our staff! Welcome Mattie and Carlene!
Michael graduated from Vistamar High School and recently graduated from Humboldt State University this past December. He majored in English Writing Practices with minors in psychology and music. Michael specializes in teaching college-aged students but is more than capable of teaching students of all ages and of all reading/writing abilities. Michael spent a semester as a teaching intern for a core course that every English Major must take to graduate from HSU. The course he interned for was titled Literature, Identity, and Representation and dealt with argumentative essays, reflective essays, creative writing, and reading comprehension assignments. Michael also enrolled in an extra course at HSU to become eligible as a tutor on campus to help students from all backgrounds, not just English, to improve their writing in their respective fields. It is Michael’s belief that realizing one’s highest potential in writing and reading should be a stimulating and rewarding experience for his students and not simply a tedious, daunting task made necessary by the demands of academia. Michael has a calm but engaging approach to his teaching and believes the key to unlocking one’s success as a reader or a writer is to find a passion for reading and writing.
Fran has her BA in Elementary Education from Queens College in New York City. She has been an Instructional Aide in the Learning Center at elementary schools in the Manhattan Beach Unified School District for more than 2 years and enjoys working with K-5 students in all subjects and watching the students grasp concepts. She helps build students’ confidence to believe in themselves and grow into independent thinkers. Working with her own children and volunteering in numerous classrooms, science labs, and libraries helped prepare her for working in the school district.