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Nazareth College of Rochester (Psychology)
Nazareth College of Rochester (Master's)
I am a NY State Certified Elementary, Reading and Special Education teacher who has many years experience working in both state-side and international school settings. This background has given me the knowledge and sensitivity to guide children toward becoming self-confident learners. I strive to create an atmosphere of experimentation and challenge within a safe and supportive environment. Activities acknowledge individual interests and learning styles while fostering creative problem solving. Language-based, thematic approaches have proven to be exciting catalysts for my students.
I am confident that I make a positive impact on the students I work with. I provide a place where children can realize their individual potential.
I am trained in specific reading approaches. I have supported children with reading difficulties for many years.
I am Orton-Gillingham trained and understand that phonics is an important component of reading success.
My work with academic support students has given me the experience needed to address spelling difficulties. I have a masters degree focused on Learning Disabilities. I am a NY State Certified Elementary, Reading and Special Education teacher who has many years experience working in both state-side and international school settings. This background has given me the knowledge and sensitivity to guide children toward becoming self-confident learners. I
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