CREATE A SUCCESSFUL LEARNING SPECIALIST PRACTICE

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Course Overview

Dr Warren's Create A Learning Specialist Practice In 60 Days 

This course, by Dr. Erica Warren, offers a step by step approach to building, networking, and profiting from a practice as a learning specialist, educational therapist or a tutor. 

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The Future of The Private Tutoring Market?

  • As trends change around the globe, and due to changes in learning practices and dynamics, the demand for private tutors is exploding.
  • With more and more children learning from home, this growing trend opens up further opportunities for learning and educational therapists.

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Will the Content Be Current?

This course is the content is "evergreen." This mean that you will always have access to video tutorials, lessons, handouts, and resources that can streamline your business. What's more, I will be adding new and up-to-date materials and methods. Finally, you will have access to my Facebook community.

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Who Is Dr Warren?

Dr Erica Warren is an educational therapist, author, learning specialist, Podcaster, vlogger and personal trainer for the brain.

Tapping into her vast expertise and knowledge base regarding lifelong learning, cognitive development, and comprehensive diagnostic assessments, Dr. Warren developed mindful educational remedial materials, assessments, as well as multisensory lessons in math and reading instruction.

Her cognitive remedial materials serve those with learning disabilities such as dyslexia, dyscalculia, ADHD, Executive Functioning Disorder and more. Digital downloads are available online for educators, parents, therapists and students.  

"I quickly learned that materials for learning specialists and educational therapists were scarce. What’s more, many resources were dull and boring. As a result, I began to create my own multisensory, mindful and fun materials. Soon, my students quickly experienced enormous gains and teacher’s were continually asking about my methods and materials. 

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Did you know that teachers stay in the field of education for an average of only two years? Many of these people commit to years upon years of schooling and accrue tens of thousands of school-based loans only to find that the job they longed for was nonexistent. What's the next step?

Did You Even Consider Being a Learning Specialist?

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Learning specialists are teachers/coaches who are skilled at providing support to struggling students. They can find employment in private schools or set up a practice outside of formal schooling. These educators work individually or in small groups to provide intensive instruction and support that meets the individual needs of each learner.

Often an expert in a number of subject areas, learning specialists also offer study strategies, memory techniques, metacognitive and focusing methods, and remedial lessons. They should also be versed in assistive technology, creating an intervention plan, conducting observations, defining reasonable accommodations, and assisting students to develop self-advocacy skills. Many learning specialists also offer reading, writing and/or math remediation as well as cognitive remedial training, homework help and direct communication with teachers and other professionals.

Learning Specialists should be well educated in learning and cognition as well as alternative learning and multisensory teaching strategies. They should hold an undergraduate degree and preferably a master’s degree and/or a doctorate in a field such as educational psychology, special education, neuropsychology, and or school psychology.

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What Is a Learning Specialist?

Learning specialists are teachers/coaches who are skilled at providing support to struggling students. They can find employment in private schools or set up a practice outside of formal schooling. These educators work individually or in small groups to provide intensive instruction and support that meets the individual needs of each learner.

Often an expert in a number of subject areas, learning specialists also offer study strategies, memory techniques, metacognitive and focusing methods, and remedial lessons. They should also be versed in assistive technology, creating an intervention plan, conducting observations, defining reasonable accommodations, and assisting students to develop self-advocacy skills. Many learning specialists also offer reading, writing and/or math remediation as well as cognitive remedial training, homework help and direct communication with teachers and other professionals.

Learning Specialists should be well educated in learning and cognition as well as alternative learning and multisensory teaching strategies. They should hold an undergraduate degree and preferably a master’s degree and/or a doctorate in a field such as educational psychology, special education, neuropsychology, and or school psychology.

Why Did I Become a Learning Specialist?

I went into the field of education, because I wanted to empower struggling learners and help them to find their genius qualities and life's purpose. Then, when I finished my doctorate, I tried a number of positions. I ran two college programs for students with learning disabilities, taught university courses, conducted teacher training as a consultant, and acted as a learning specialist in a private school. I soon learned that the educational system was broken and I continually found myself in positions where my hands were tied and I could not give the students what they needed and deserved. I decided to try one more thing before changing my profession altogether.

I created my own private practice and called it Learning to Learn. I networked for a few weeks, and I've been slammed for the past 18 years. Throughout this time, I've mastered the business end, collected and created the very best materials and documents, and utilized some amazing technology tools that make my practice a virtual no-brainer to run.

What Are Some Other Common Titles Used For This Profession?

There are a number of other common titles used in the private educational field, and each offers a slightly different expertise and focus.

- Educational Therapist Learning/Academic Coach (Executive Functioning Coach, ADHD Coach)
- Educational Specialist
- Reading Specialist
- Tutor

Actually, I use all the following titles to describe the work I do in my practice: learning specialist, educational therapist, coach and personal trainer for the brain. Here is an article that I wrote that defines the Differences between a tutor, learning specialist and educational therapist.

There is a great need for enthusiastic educators that can help students make it through their years of schooling. What's more, you get to set your hours, wages, and approach. If you have any further questions or comments, please share your thoughts below this blog.

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