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    Hello and thank you for your help,

    As a non English mother tongue I would like to know how it is called someone who works with children and teenagers helping them with homework and general scholastic study. In fact I want to write a sentence on my resumé to explain that and also add that one of the students have learning disorders. What's the best way to explains that?

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    Re: Translation

    That activity is called "tutoring". The person doing it is a "tutor". You could write, for example, that you have "tutored children ages six to sixteen, including one with a learning disability (dyslexia), in English, mathematics, and Spanish history."
    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: Translation

    mother tongue native-speaker

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