Adelphi University (Elementary Ed)
Wichita State University (WSU) (MEd)
National Bd (Other)
I have recently retired from teaching full time after many years. I've taught exceptional and regular education students in hospitals, special public school settings and private and public schools in New York, Kansas and Palm Beach County. I received my Bachelor Degree in Elementary Education in New York, my Masters Degree in Instructional Services (Learning Disabilities) in Kansas and my National Board Certification as Exceptional Needs Specialist, Early Childhood-Young Adult in Florida. My love of teaching all children, in addition to raising my own two children, has been the focus of my life. I have taught autistic children in self-contained classes for a total of about 16 years. I've tutored in a private school in P.B.County for many years and administered psycho-educational testing at a center in P.B. County until I went back to full time teaching.
I have recently retired from teaching full time after many years. I've taught exceptional and regular education students in hospitals, special public school settings and private and public schools in New York, Kansas and Palm Beach County. I received my Bachelor Degree in Read more
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I have taught ADD/ADHD students in my regular ed. and ESE classes. My master's degree is in Instructional services, which included much information about attention deficit disorder. My son was also diagnosed with it years ago.
I have taught autistic children for at least 16 years. During my work as a supervisor at a private residential school, I attended numerous state conventions on Autism. I a national board certified in exceptional needs education.
I followed Common Core for my last 6 years as an ESE and regular education teacher. As part of our training, we learned all about Common Core standards.
I have a BS in Elementary Education, MS in Learning Disabilities, National Bd. Certification -Exceptional Needs Specialist, early childhood-young adult. I have taught 44 years, mostly in ESE, pull out /push in, self-contained classes for autistic children in Kansas , Palm Beach County Public Schools. I have taught regular 1st/2nd grade classes in P.B.County. I have tutored learning disabled children in private schools, provided psycho-educational assessment for private organization.
I have worked with students with Occupational Therapy need because they have such difficulty with fine motor control. I have a Masters in Learning Disabilities and has much training in working with children with handwriting issues. I am very familiar with the program Handwriting without Tears. I also have a National Board Certification as Exceptional Needs Specialist /Early Childhood through Young Adult.
I have taught phonics for the last 15 years at my last 2 elementary schools. In addition, teaching phonics was an essential part of my tutoring work at the private school, where I worked for 6 years part time.
I have taught special needs students for at least 35 years. I have a Master's Degree in Learning Disabilities and am National Board Certified as an Exceptional Needs Specialist.
I have worked with many students who have difficulty concentrating and focusing on their work. I have come up with strategies with them to help them focus on ways to make studying easier. I have a Master in Learning Disabilities, and I am National Bd certified as a Exceptional Needs Specialist.