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3.7 Things to Consider When Looking for a Tutor with Josh Mann

In this episode, I’m joined by Josh Mann. Josh is very passionate about helping students succeed. He has a B.A. from Sarah Lawrence College in writing and also studied at The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, and Oxford University. He has extensive experience tutoring and teaching at many private schools and homeschooling organizations in the Los Angeles area.

He has taught literature, creative writing, life skills, drama, film, and Shakespeare classes to students of all ages. He currently teaches creative writing and essay writing classes. He also specializes in helping students who have learning disabilities and behavior challenges, such as Dyslexia, Autism, ADD, and Asperger’s syndrome. 

Josh incorporates life coaching skills into his process of working with students, in order to assist with organization, scheduling, executive functioning, time management, social skill improvement, and motivation.

In this episode, we discuss whether or not children with learning differences should take a break in the summer or keep tutoring. We also discuss what parents should look for in a tutor for their child and what tutors should know about working with learning disabled children. 

Books & Resources Mentioned in This Episode:

If you want more from Josh, check out Collaborative Tutoring.

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Music from this podcast was used with permission from Epidemic Sound.

About the Author Ashley DiMercurio