Jeff Reiter, M.Ed. (learning disabilities), is a retired teacher, private tutor, tutor-trainer and consultant. Prior to his specialization in teaching problem learners, he taught various subjects (reading, science, math, music), levels (elementary, middle), and types of children (“normal,” “learning disabled,” “mentally handicapped,” and “emotionally handicapped”) in the New York City and Miami-Dade County, Florida School Systems. For one year he was the director of the Arthur Morgan School (a small, private, alternative junior high) in western North Carolina. He has supervised Tailored Reading tutoring, which he developed, at the Melrose Elementary after school program run by Coconut Grove Cares, in Miami, Florida, and has tutored with the Children’s Psychiatric Center, Miami, Florida. Along with his education and experience, Mr. Reiter attributes his abilities to develop various learning materials to what he gleaned from dealing with his own learning problems. His poor rote memory along with his need to understand concepts, was the basis for his learning, and this, plus being somewhat imaginative, as well as having the ability to synthesize various ideas, eventually became important aspects of his ability to create instructional materials.