has over 40 years of educational experience. SDLC tutors are selected for their ability to not only teach, but support and encourage your child.
We place your child with specific teachers to bring out the best of them. Our tutors are members of your own community and often teach at local schools. This makes our tutors aware of local school curriculum, which can give them a better insight on what lessons your child is currently learning.
SDLC tutors strive to keep your child motivated and focused through positive reinforcement.
Walter Ruiz is a Program Specialist and tutor at the San Diego Learning Center. Walter graduated with a degree in History and Latin America from the University of California at Berkeley. Walter studied abroad in Chile at La Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile. He is fluent in English, Spanish and Portuguese. In addition to tutoring students in subjects ranging from English, to history, to geography, to Spanish and ACT/SAT prep, Walter also constructs curriculum and designs individualized learning programs for students at the SDLC.
Brittany Broasis a Special Education specialist and tutor at the San Diego Learning Center. Brittany is a special education teacher at Lincoln High School in San Diego. She recently received her Preliminary Moderate-Severe Teaching Credential at San Diego State University, and she is now pursuing a Master's degree in autism from SDSU. Brittany has served as president of the Best Buddies organization, and her pedagogy remains premised on coupling compassion with community service.
James Anderson is an Administrative Assistant and tutor at the San Diego Learning Center. He is a native of the Midwest who moved to Southern California in August 2015. James graduated with a Ph.D. in Mass Communication and Media Arts from Southern Illinois University Carbondale in May 2016. He facilitated journalism labs as a graduate student, and he taught media studies classes at California State University San Marcos during the Fall 2015 semester. James currently tutors students at the SDLC in Reading, Writing, English, Literature, and other subjects in the humanities and social sciences.