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William Paterson University - (Other)
William Paterson University - (Master's)
I am a certified English teacher and worked for ten years teaching writing and literature comprehension and analysis to students of all ages. In addition, I am a published writer and have done a great deal of instructional editing for both high school and college students.
I am also a speech-language pathologist, and thus, am very familiar with the learning characteristics of students with numerous challenges including ADD/ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorders, literacy-based disabilities, word finding difficulties and language struggles due to bilingualism. I currently work full-time with middle school students, but also dabble in early intervention (i.e., students up to age 3).
Finally, and on a more personal note, I am the project manager for a film camp serving students both with and without special needs.
I have been told that I have an encouraging and warm personality and enjoy working closely with supportive family members and parents in helping my younger students achieve success. I am a certified English teacher and worked for ten years teaching writing and literature comprehension and analysis to students of all ages. In addition, I am a
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I am a licensed speech-language pathologist serving in the public schools. I have extensive experience with students diagnosed with Aspergers syndrome. On a personal note, I am the parent of a teenage daughter with an autism spectrum disorder. Finally, I am the project manager for a camp serving high-functioning students with autism spectrum disorders.