Jeanne Manning has had over 28 years of experience in teaching students who struggle with reading, spelling, writing, and math.
Jeanne, a graduate of Northeastern Bible College, completed her teaching classes at Paterson State Teacher’s College. After teaching in a Christian school for several years Jeanne decided to apply her skills to teaching her own children at home. Jeanne and her husband have 5 birth children and 9 adopted children. When Jeanne noticed that some of her children had significant struggles with their school work she began to seek ways to make learning easier for them.
She received training from The Michigan Dyslexia Institute, Linda Mood Bell, Touch Phonics, Essential Learning Systems as well as others. The training that Jeanne has received has enabled her to effectively teach children who have problems with reading decoding, reading comprehension, spelling, and math. Jeanne has worked with children and adults who struggle with autism, attention deficit disorder, dyslexia, dyspraxia, dysgraphia, mild cognitive impairment and other issues as well.
Jeanne worked with Home School Webworks, on organization that offered classes online and on site for 25 years. She has worked with hundreds of struggling students at her home in Portland, Michigan, and with online students in the United States and internationally. She has also spoken at homeschool conferences across the United States. Jeanne’s classes are taught with a Christian World View.
Jeanne offers testing and tutoring online and on site. Jeanne is thankful for the opportunities she has been given to serve Christian families over the past 28 years.