Teacher Training Courses By Dr. Erica Warren

Come find a growing collection of courses by Dr. Erica Warren.  In these online classes, you can learn how to open your own tutoring practice, learning specialist practice or educational therapy practice.  Dr. Warren provides all the steps, advice and a wealth of resources, so you can help students overcome learning challenges and you can provide a needed service to your community.  In addition, Dr. Erica Warren, a successful learning specialist and educational therapist for over 20 years, shares courses on teaching writing skills and teaching spelling skills.  


    What Types of Courses Does Dr. Warren Teach?

    Dr. Warren offers a growing selection of online courses for learning specialists, educational therapists, tutors, therapists and parents. They range from a course that walks participants through the process of establishing their own private practice to specific courses on spelling and written language.

    How to Start your Own Tutoring Practice:

    For those who would like to create their own practice as a tutor, learning specialist or educational therapist, Dr. Warren offers a of selection affordable courses.  From the nut and bolts of how to establish a business within your community, network, and attract customers to the needed tools, apps and resources, Dr. Warren shares it all.  She also offers a free facebook support group for professionals and parents that serve the needs of students.

    What's the Difference Between a Tutor, Learning Specialist and Educational Therapist?

    Tutors often have an undergraduate degree.

    • provides subject-base academic support outside of the school
    • prepares for tests and some offer light study skills help

    Learning Specialists should have a masters degree or doctorate in an education field.

    • provides subject-base academic support outside of the school
    • presents cognitive remedial training
    • offers tailored learning strategies and extensive study skills support
    • instructs on mindfulness approaches and self regulation
    • knows how to read neuropsychological reports and provide remediation

    Educational Therapists should have a masters degree and extensive training or a doctorate in both the fields of education and psychology.

    • provides subject-base academic support outside the school 
    • presents social and emotional support to students
    • presents mindfulness and metacognitive approaches
    • offers study skills and learning strategies
    • knows how to read neuropsychological reports and provide remediation

    For a more in-depth exploration on the difference between these professionals, CLICK HERE

    Why is Dr. Warren a Great Teacher?

    With a masters and doctorate in a combination of Educational Psychology, Adult Education, Special Education, and School Psychology, Dr. Warren has been a teacher trainer and leading learning specialist and educational therapist for over 20 years.  In addition, she has millions of visitors and an extensive online following to her popular education blog.  Furthermore, Dr. Warren offers products on Good Sensory Learning and is the author of over 100 educational publications for tutors, teachers, parents, therapists and educators. To learn more, CLICK HERE.