Does your child struggle with time management, studying techniques, organization, or efficient homework habits? An executive functioning tutor can help your child improve their academic progress across subjects like math or English at any grade level. For example, if you suggest that your child should study for a test, they may have little idea of how to do so effectively. Some students have desks cluttered sky-high with a jumble of papers, binders, and notebooks. Or perhaps they only crack open a book to prepare the night before a major test.
We know how stressful this can be for you and your child, and we’re here to help. Our NYC executive functioning tutors understand that homework is most effectively navigated when students learn and maintain strong organizational skills.
Our Organizational Tutors Focus On:
- Time Management
- Study Skills (A customized study plan for your child)
- Organizational Systems
- Preventing Distractions from Technology and Devices
Our executive function tutors are experts at teaching these skills. We focus on supporting students with every aspect of organizing, planning, time management, prioritization, and seeing a task to completion—skills that are integral to each child’s success both in and out of the classroom.
Our NYC organizational tutors teach and then model an effective executive function framework, helping your child develop an individualized plan of action and a strategic approach to homework. Learning how to manage these challenges is crucial. As adults, we constantly need to manage multiple tasks, problem solve, and plan ahead.
At Teachers Who Tutor NYC, we take great pride in providing the best student tutors for time management that New York City has to offer.
Meet Our Executive Functioning Tutors
Ali graduated magna cum laude and received her Bachelor of Arts with a major in Sociology and a minor in Education from Colgate University. She received her Master of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders at Columbia University, Teachers College. Ali holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) from American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), as well as a New York State license to practice Speech Pathology. Additionally, she is TSSLD Certified (Teacher of Students with Speech and Language Disabilities) in New York State. Ali currently works at a private school in Manhattan for students with various learning disabilities. Over the past eight years, Ali has split her day between teaching math, science, history, and one-on-one remediation sessions. Ali has gained experience in both classroom and one-on-one instruction with students with executive functioning deficits, nonverbal learning disorders, and dyslexia. Ali is passionate about all that she does and she prioritizes building a positive rapport with all of her students.
Brooke has taught a variety of student populations in grades Pre-K through 7th, including students with disabilities, children with autism, and gifted and talented students, for the past thirteen years. She graduated with a Master’s in Elementary Education and a Specialization in Literacy from the University of Florida and obtained a second Master’s in Special Education at Touro College. She has been trained in the Orton-Gillingham method and has a deep passion for reading and writing. Brooke currently works as a 7th Grade SETSS teacher at 75 Morton, where she helps her students improve executive functioning skills and build academic self-confidence. Additionally, she is a Director of Curriculum and Instruction at The GO Project, an NYC non-profit where she collaborates with teachers to provide positive academic, social, and emotional experiences to under-resourced and academically struggling students. When she is not teaching, Brooke enjoys yoga, barre class, historical fiction books, and trying different sushi restaurants around the city.
Corey taught sixth, eighth, and twelfth grade English at Headwaters, an IB school in Austin, Texas, before transitioning to full time tutoring in a range of subjects. He previously taught math to student athletes throughout undergrad; poetry and fiction to children and adults through the Austin Public Library’s continuing education program; and the ACT, SAT, and GRE at Endeavor Academics. Corey enjoys tutoring one-on-one because he can meet students where they are while teaching to their specific needs and considering their specific learning style. He particularly enjoys helping a student find their idiosyncratic voice in writing, whether that be through research essays, personal essays, or poetry and fiction. He received his MFA in Poetry at the Michener Center at the University of Texas and has published work in the Best New Poets series, Gulf Coast, Kenyon Review, and Narrative among other journals. In his free time, he likes to write, play the guitar, and roam Prospect Park with his partner Katherine and their dog Goose.
Jackie is a full-time teacher with 8 years of experience in public charter and private schools. She has also worked as a tutor, program director, and executive functioning coach. Over the years, Jackie has worked with students in grades 4-12, and currently teaches middle school humanities at The Berkeley Carroll School in Brooklyn. Previously, she taught middle school ELA (reading and writing) at KIPP. As a tutor, she primarily works with students who want to push their literacy skills (both analytical reading and writing) to a more advanced level, as well as with students who want to firm up their organizational and executive functioning skills. Jackie believes in empowering students to take ownership over their own learning in order to feel more confident and successful in school. When she works with students, Jackie is a one-on-one coach, cheerleader, and accountability buddy. Jackie is a Columbia University and Trinity School alum, an NYC-native, a travel aficionado, and a total bookworm. She holds a B.A in Sociology from Columbia University and an M.A. in education from Relay GSE.
Kate Hall is the learning specialist for grades six through twelve at York Prep. She earned her B.S. from Meredith College in Child Development with a North Carolina teaching license for kindergarten through sixth grade. Upon graduating and moving to New York City, she earned her masters in General and Special Education at Touro College and received a New York teaching license. Prior to York, Ms. Hall worked at Success Academy Williamsburg for three years and Girls Prep Bronx Elementary for four years, teaching various grades from pre-kindergarten through fifth grade. Throughout the years Ms. Hall has tutored and supported children outside the classroom. Kate is currently working toward certification in Orton Gillingham as well. Ms. Hall spends her summers visiting family in North Carolina, and traveling. During her free time, she enjoys walks in the park with her husband Drew, visiting museums, spending time with family and friends, and reading on her patio.
Kim is the Middle School Counselor at Grace Church School. Before coming to Grace, she was an Elementary School Social Worker in Brooklyn. Kim graduated from the University of Colorado with a BA in Psychology and then moved to New York to receive her MA in School Counseling from NYU. She has a lot of experience working with students on executive functioning and study skills. In her current role as a Guidance Counselor, she is supporting students with different needs. By focusing on developing systems around organizing academic workload, she has found that students feel more confident in their ability to be successful in school. Kim also has experience working with students on core subjects, specifically Expressive Writing and English. She has assisted students with annotating texts, creating outlines for papers and assignments, and proofreading texts. In her free time, Kim enjoys spending time with her family and traveling. She is also getting married in December!
Leah has been teaching high school students in Brooklyn since 2008. As a special education teacher, she has co-taught a wide range of courses including Earth Science, Global History, US History, and ELA among others. She teaches a course that focuses on Executive Functioning by utilizing materials from students’ core classes to reinforce and teach executive functioning skills. She has worked with a wide variety of students, but has spent the last 7 years working closely with neurodiverse students by learning their specific needs and meeting them where they are. For the last 7 years, Leah has worked at Millennium Brooklyn High School where she facilitates the school’s Nest Program as their Nest Coach. Leah holds a Masters Degree in International Affairs from Florida State University and a Masters Degree in Secondary Special Education from Long Island University: Brooklyn. In her free time she enjoys taking advantage of all museums the city has to offer, traveling and the great outdoors.