Eiko Fukuda is a trilingual, well-travelled educator with 20+ years of classroom experience at colleges and high schools in New York City. She has taught world history at CUNY, Brooklyn College and The Dalton School, and holds degrees in art history and history from Harvard and Columbia Universities. Prior to becoming a Doctoral Candidate, Eiko worked as a reporter-researcher for Time Inc. in Japan, and as a general news correspondent for Reuters in France. She has honed her language skills also by working as a translator and interpreter from Japanese into English, and conducting research in French. More recently, she completed an online teaching certificate from CUNY School of Professional Studies, and several faculty development seminars at the Center for Teaching and Learning at LaGuardia Community College where she has been an Adjunct Lecturer in the Social Science Department.



Park Slope Tutoring, LLC

Tutoring & Educational consulting service located in Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY. Successfully providing supplementary education services to Brooklyn and Manhattan parents and their children, specializing in mathematics enrichment, catering to ALL learning styles since 2006.

  • Tutors, certified teachers, special ed & gifted and talented certified, PhDs available for ALL subjects, tutoring, test prep, multi-sensory tutoring, catering to all learning styles … 
  • Referrals available for Educational consultant, neuropsychologists, speech pathologists, etc.. 


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Contact info@parkslopetutoring.org or fill out the contact form below to obtain more information or to request a FREE 30-min Academic assessment and/or Educational consult for your child.


Michelle Backer
Park Slope Tutoring, LLC
(718) 218-5450 (alternate number)
553 Prospect Avenue, between 10th & 11th Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11215


Mathematics Academic Enrichment Center:
Brooklyn Free School, 1st Floor
372 Clinton Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11238

“Mathematics is one of the essential emanations of the human spirit, a thing to be valued in and for itself, like art or poetry.” – Oswald Veblen