Welcome to Beach Cities Tutoring
Private Tutoring in all subjects K- Graduate School as well as SAT/ACT Test Prep, ISEE Prep Spanish, Mandarin, German, 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. Unlike most tutoring centers there is NO REGISTRATION FEE.
Individual Approach To All
All students 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, we 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.
In order to retain students’ math basic skills and Common Core concepts, we have found a great website that allows students to review concepts of your choice for all grade levels. It is free and in the form of a game to increase student motivation. Please check out. Although this allows students to practice math […]
I am sure many of you have read a page or ten pages and asked yourself what did you just read? It is very possible for students to physically read the words without comprehending what they read. I highly recommend the following strategies to ensure that your middle or high school student is actively engaged. […]
-Read to young children everyday. Allow them to touch the books, experience the books and talk with their teachers and peers about the book. -Make reading fun by choosing books that reel them in -For very young children, start with phonemic awareness and basic blending and segmenting. Teach those high frequency words. Let them choose […]
Sheryl graduated from California State University, Northridge with a Bachelor’s Degree in Theater Arts. She has 16 years experience working with students in Special Education at the elementary and middle school level. Sheryl has extensive experience working with students on many levels of the Autism Spectrum, ADHD/ADD, varying levels of of learning disabilities and behaviors. She is very patient, friendly and excels at building a relationship with her students so they look forward to their lesson and/or doing homework with her. Sheryl especially loves working with students who struggle with reading skills, reading comprehension and writing as these skills are crucial to all parts of the education process. Sheryl has also been trained in the Orton Gillingham method. She wants her students to gain confidence as their ability increases. In addition, Sheryl is a Southern California native and has enjoyed living and raising her three sons in the South Bay for 24 years.
Angela has over 14 years of teaching experience at the preschool, elementary, and middle school levels. She has a strong knowledge in all subject areas especially in Common Core reading comprehension, writing, and math skills. She earned her Bachelor of Art’s degree in Early Childhood Development from California State University, Long Beach as well as a Master of Arts degree in Early Childhood Education. She also has a multiple subject teaching credential and is currently working towards her special education credential. Angela has excellent communication skills and a good rapport with parents and students. Angela has worked with students that have IEP’s and specializes in designing an individualized curriculum that fits each student’s needs. Angela strives to help students strengthen their talents and abilities through a variety of teaching methods. She has extensive technology skills and her passion is to instill a love of learning for each student. Building confidence is her number one goal so students can take ownership of their own learning.
Matthew is a graduate from Cal State University of Monterey Bay and has Bachelor’s degree with a focus in teaching. For the last few years, he has worked as both a teacher’s assistant and a tutor for multiple schools, each with a different economic background. He has a great reputation when it comes to working and helping students, especially ones who have a hard time studying. He is passionate about working with elementary and middle school students and helping them grasp a better understanding of mathematics.