Schafer Center Free CE Event!
Join us Thursday, Oct. 19 as Dr. Kelly Christian and Dr. Sarah Cain Spannagel review a process to quickly match resources to distressed families.
“My son began third grade with his teachers very concerned about his reading progress. After a few months of Schafer Center tutoring, he scored ABOVE where he needed to be for the year (and it isn't yet over). As a teacher myself, I appreciate how they constantly evaluate and work on the specific individual skills a student needs. I can't say enough about the difference these tutoring sessions have made.”
Conveniently located between Cleveland and Akron, we work with students who have IEPs and/or a diagnosed learning difference, including dyslexia, dysgraphia, or dyscalculia—as well as those who just need a little extra academic support.
Reading tutoring includes multisensory structured literacy lessons, based on phonological-coding research and OG principles, which systematically teach the structure of the English language. If your child is currently on an IEP and receiving interventions, such as The Wilson Reading Program or Barton Reading and Spelling System, we can reinforce those teachings and help close the achievement gap more quickly.
We also offer multisensory math sessions with an emphasis on computation and reasoning.
Additionally, we can customize our specific tutoring techniques based on a student’s IEP goals.
One-on-one tutoring sessions are 60 minutes in length and may take place once or twice per week. Our services include the regular monitoring of academic progress and we frequently supply feedback to parents. Virtual tutoring is also available.
Tutoring Services: Cost & Availability:
Tuesday and Thursday sessions: $65/hour
Virtual sessions: $65/hour
Saturday Sessions: $75/hour
By using a pay-as-you-go model, we provide families with flexibility and do not require a commitment to a certain number of sessions.
Please give us some information about your child and their tutoring needs. A Schafer Center representative will contact you to discuss how we can help.
Orton-Gillingham. What is it?
Our commitment to multisensory learning is rooted in decades of research on how the dyslexic mind retains new information.
Now registering for summer!
Leap ahead academically with Lions Leap! Kids in preschool through Grade 6 are invited to join us for a summer of OG-based multisensory instruction.
Spend your lunch hour with us.
Please join us for a virtual information session. Our admissions team will tell you more about our students, our campuses, and our proven methods.
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