Tutoring in Dallas

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Dream University has nearly 2,300 Facebook fans and its website is host to numerous positive testimonials:

1401 Commerce Street
Dallas,
TX
US

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13701 Dallas Pkwy
Dallas,
TX
US

Founded in 1977, Huntington Learning Center employs a battalion of highly trained tutors who help students succeed both at school and in standardized testing. The academic evaluation, consisting of exams performed in a simulated classroom environment, yields a comprehensive collection of data that tutors use to design a custom learning program and a personalized, in-class obstacle course.

11700 Preston Rd
Dallas,
TX
US

The Arts and Technology Institute readies kids for the digital age by equipping them with multimedia skills during hands-on, project-based classes that encourage creative thinking. During the encouraging lessons, a highly qualified instructor shows children ages 6?15 how to program games to play on an Xbox or computer, navigate 3-D modeling software, and design and build robots they can swap in for younger siblings. Whether they?re making a movie or creating digital art, students learn to problem solve, work as a team, and think outside the box. In addition to regularly scheduled course, ATI invites youth into afterschool and homeschool programs, and welcomes older pupils into a continuing-education program that can supplement art and technology learning at the high-school and college levels.

16150 Preston Road
Dallas,
TX
US

We believe it is never too early and never too late to learn a second language. Broaden your professional opportunities…increase your ability to communicate with various populations…deepen your understanding of a new culture…experience the exhilaration of learning something new. Study with us at Spanish House!

5740 Prospect Ave
Dallas,
TX
US

Former math teacher Lindsey Thompson left Highland Park High School to pursue a PhD in math education, and she now uses her powers of explanation in private and small group tutoring and educational-therapy classes at Park Cities Academic Services. Educational therapy is a method of scholastic training that focuses not just on the content of the class but also on the sociological and emotional barriers students face, such as the desire to make their report card spell “DAD.” Tutoring sessions might focus on standardized-test preparation, college applications and essays, or paper writing, and Thompson also fills her calendar with craft activities and field trips.

6129 Glennox Ln.
Dallas,
TX
US