EBL Coaching specializes in providing one-on-one, multi-sensory tutoring that is individualized according to the needs of each student. We focus on teaching students in grade preK-12 fundamental skills that are essential for success in school, including reading, writing, reading comprehension, math, study strategies, focus, and motivation. We also offer specialized programs for students with ADHD and Learning Disabilities.
We begin with an assessment of each student to determine his or her strengths and weaknesses and the most appropriate methods.
A diagnostic and prescriptive plan using research-based, multi-sensory techniques is created for your child. Tutors integrate the Orton Gillingham techinque for students with dyslexia and language-based learning disabilities as well as specific strategies for executive functioning and auditory processing skills when relevant.
As students progress through school, the academic demands increase rapidly. Research indicates that teaching students scientific-based strategies for developing core academic skills can prevent future challenges and help students excel as they progress through school.
Sessions can be held seven days per week at our Upper East Side or Englewood learning centers, your home, your child’s school, or another convenient location. Some of the skills that tutors cover include:
- reading fluency
- reading comprehension
- decoding & encoding
- executive functioning skills
- math concepts & word problems
- test taking & note taking
- focus & organization
- auditory processing
- study strategies
Communication with your child’s school can be maintained if you choose, to help work as a team in ensuring that your child is constantly progressing.
In addition to one-on-one tutoring for academic skills, EBL Coaching can also provide tutors who specialize in test prep, including preparation for the ISEE, SHSAT, SAT, ACT, and state exams.
Contact Us About Tutoring
By completing the form below, our Director Dr. Levy will reach out to you within 24-48 hours to discuss your child’s needs.