- Over 20 years of helping parents and students deal with digital distractions.
- Master teacher for forty-five years.
- Recognized most recently by the "Who's Who of Teachers," "Who's Who of Women in Business," "Who's Who of Influential Educators."
- Dedicated teacher at the Pegasus School in Huntington Beach.
- Currently working with third grade students.
- Lovingly known as the "Homework Doc" by her empowered students.
- Takes students from failing status to Honor Role in one semester.
- Coaches college students who have been swallowed-up by the demands of college life.
- Valuable speaker at national conferences.
- Has also been an extension an instructor University of California at Irvine Department of Continuing Education.
- Popular presenter for school districts and parent organizations.
- Brings an end to Homework Headaches
- Strategies to Improve test scores
- Shares an innovative approach to instruction and the implementation of study skills and test taking skills.
- Columnist for the Long Beach Grunion Gazette.
- Offers strategies that empower students to get their needs met from their teachers without parent intervention.
How Victoria became The Homework Doc
"One of my students was observing that I was helping some of his classmates go from "D's" and "F's" to "A's and B's" and he said you are like a "Homework Doctor" so I thought that would be a good byline. I changed my title to 'doc' so people wouldn't misunderstand and think that I was a doctor. It says a lot about what I do."
-Dr. Laura Hathaway, Ed. D, Founder /Director of The Pegasus School
"As a parent and teacher advocate, I believe Victoria's approach to instruction goes to the heart of creating a meaningful homework experience for students.
Marc Ecker, Ph.D Former Superintendent; Fountain Valley Elementary School District
Christine Allcorn, Fountain Valley School Board Member, summarizes the value of Victoria's seminars:
"I recently had the good fortune of attending a seminar presented by the Homework Doc, Victoria Olivadoti. She began her presentation with the question, "How many of you think homework is a bonding experience for parents and children?" After a good laugh from the audience of Fountain Valley teachers, she proceeded to tell us the importance of homework in the education of children and the role parents, teachers, and students must play in the process.