ANNA M. CHOBOR, M.S.

AWARD-WINNING TEACHER ******** HAMPTONS TUTOR ******** LITERACY AND LEARNING SPECIALIST

“Personalized instruction is remediation for struggling students, and for those who strive to succeed in competitive schools where student expectations are high. Each person learns at a different pace and must be empowered with the knowledge of his or her strengths and how to approach areas of challenge. My goal is to cultivate a love of lifelong learning as students prepare to engage in today's global world."

As a literacy and learning specialist with over 25 years of expertise in the field of education, Ms. Chobor works as a Hamptons private tutor for students of all ages and academic backgrounds.  Many of her students attend private schools in Manhattan, including special education and alternative schools.  She also conducts global instruction online for non-native English speakers who are learning English as a second language.

In addition to Hamptons tutoring, she is a private teacher for children of acclaimed celebrities and actors, and an on-set tutor for young actors during film and television production, including the shows Billions, The Affair, Younger, Beastie Boy Story, and others.   Anna is a former teacher of Ross School in the Hamptons, the Middle East, South America, and the French West Indies.  She developed and implemented an early childhood program in New York City that was the first of its kind in the country and the recipient of the AAHP national award for its literacy component.   She designed a reading initiative in Grenada, West Indies to promote cognitive and language development for children suffering from loss and trauma.

Ms. Chobor's specialized training and expertise enables her to effectively teach students who have language-based learning challenges such as dyslexia, dysgraphia, difficulty with verbal language skills, and executive functioning issues.  She also teaches students who are gifted, learning at developmentally appropriate levels, have ADHD, or are on the Autism Spectrum.

Through the development of respectful and supportive relationships, students build self-confidence while reaching their fullest academic potential, discover their purpose in life, and fulfill their dreams.