Productive, results-based educational services to support your student's learning. LIVE in Toronto, ZOOM across Canada.
Dr. June Starkey has been writing IEPs for the past 15 years. When invited, she consults with students, families, specialists, and school personnel to design an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) that 'connects the dots' between the data sources and next steps for your student's success in the classroom. An IEP process that includes Dr. Starkey's consultation ensures that the IEP documentation is in line with Ministry of Education policy.
Dr. June collaborates with parents, teachers, principals, psychologists, speech language pathologists, occupational therapists and other specialists to allow students to achieve the outcomes needed to thrive at literacy learning. She attends meetings anywhere in Toronto, Markham, and Hamilton (when invited) to be of service to students' education at the school level (and beyond, when necessary). Ensuring that your student has what they need to be successful in formal learning environments is top of mind at every meeting.
It's never too soon to begin curating a lifelong learning journey. Find the learning environment that most closely matches your child’s learning strengths, interests and needs—right now. With more than 3 decades of experience as an educator in K-12+ schooling, Dr. June Starkey assesses academic programs beyond a school's website and promotional material to answer your questions and make the best educational decisions for your student's school placement.
Meet and work on your education with Dr. June Starkey LIVE in Toronto or via Zoom. Summer 2019 lesson bookings available.
Education lessons are 1 hour (60 minutes) or 1.5 hours (90 minutes) in length. Regular teaching tutoring lessons yield the best results but lesson frequency depends on the needs of the learner because each learner and situation is unique. Dr. June Starkey's literacy learning schedule is fully booked outside of school hours for the 2018/19 school year but please consult the on-line schedule to see her up-to-date availability.
A phonemic skills assessment is helpful whenever there is an issue with literacy learning or numeracy. Two separate appointments are required, one with the student (90 minutes) and a follow-up meeting (60 minutes) with the parent(s). This is an opportunity to have a 360-degree look at what exactly is happening for a student's education.