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Where Our Early Childhood Development Tutors Can Help

Math

Writing

Foreign Language

Music

English

Science

Literacy

Special Education

Reading

Social Science

Art

All Subjects (Elementary Education)

Why early childhood education tutoring is important.
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One-on-one attention helps young students stay focused.

To stay engaged in the process of learning, young students need educational play, hands-on projects, and plenty of positive feedback. This is especially true of children who require after-school tutoring at an early age. After a hard day at school, they’ll need an expert who can help them learn in a fun and engaging way. With one-on-one attention from a tutor who specializes in Early Childhood Education, your child will stay engaged in the learning process and continue to build foundational skills.

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Early Childhood Education tutoring engages all the senses.

As students age, it becomes easier to determine which learning styles are most successful for them. But young students require plenty of stimulation, and an expert tutor knows how to engage all of their senses to cover tough material. Because TutorUp only hires certified teachers, our tutors can design targeted lessons that delight young students, engage their playfulness, and help them learn more effectively.

Meet Our Teacher-Tutors
Kevin Poirier

Kevin Poirier
Charlotte, NC

★★★★★

“This is my 7th year in public education. I taught HS Science for 4 years in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools. I enjoy everything about teaching, but most of all – I enjoy building strong relationships with students, seeing the proverbial “light bulb” come on when a student learns something new, and seeing the incredible impact that education can make in a child’s life. There are thousands of careers out there, I get to spend every day around thousands of teenagers with bright dreams and futures. I can’t imagine doing anything else.”

Deanna Nadeau

Deanna Nadeau
Tampa, FL

★★★★★

“I am in my 31st year as an educator. I have a Master’s Degree in Literacy Education and was awarded the Milken Educator Award in 2004 for the State of Maine (mff.org). My experience includes teaching grades 1-6 and a reading course at the Graduate Level. Literacy is my passion.”

Jamie Rich

Jamie Rich
Covington, TN

★★★★★

“I have had the pleasure of teaching high school English for eight years. After earning my Master’s degree, I began my teaching career at a suburban school teaching senior English. After a couple of years, I moved to teaching junior English and ACT prep, and three years ago I was given the opportunity to teach AP Literature and Composition. Although teaching is my second career, it is truly my passion.”

Antione Barr

Antione Barr
Charlotte, NC

★★★★★

“I am originally from a small town called Kingstree, South Carolina. I have a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology and a Master’s Degree in Education. I am currently on my 4th year of teaching. I am certified to teach all science courses. Primarily I teach Earth and Environmental Science, but I also teach Physical Science, and Biology during our credit recovery program at school.”

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