I tutor students who are gifted and learning disabled. I know exactly what it is like to be such a student: at first, even though I was recognized for my potential, I struggled tremendously in school. Now, I hold a BA from Columbia, an MFA from Brown and I have a fulfilling career in education, art and technology. In addition to teaching my students practical skills like writing, computer programming and test-taking, I have also created a comprehensive methodology to encourage self-organization, self-advocacy and self-direction. Because I had such difficulty myself and because I know the difference good mentorship can make, I am passionately committed to helping my students capitalize upon the strengths of their unconventional minds.
—Ari K., Founder, Tutor
What We Offer
Practicing step-by-step writing processes, focused on brainstorming, planning, drafting, and revision
Developing the skills of the future and a critical mindset about the technology we use everyday
Building a tool kit and routines for organization, time management, and task completion to round-out Executive Functions
Identifying and cultivating unique personal strengths to find success in academics