Math is fun! Most recently, I was a fifth grade head teacher at The Churchill School, one of the premier schools for students with learning disabilities in New York City. Prior to my time at Churchill, I was a learning strategist at New Heights Academy Charter School in Washington Heights where I helped create curriculum and interventions to support 7th grade learners. I also taught special education at P.S. 89Q in Elmhurst, Queens where I employed various multi-sensory learning tools and strategies.
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I earned my M.S. in Childhood/Middle School Learning Disabilities from Hunter College and my B.A. in Language and Mind from New York University.
I taught a number of courses as an adjunct lecturer at Hunter College, including Reading Methods, Math, Writing and Organizational Methods, and Learning Lab. In this role, I was able to serve as a resource to my graduate students by demonstrating a variety of academic interventions, providing an overview of learning disabilities, and discussing ways to differentiate for different learning styles. As an instructional advisor at the Relay Graduate School of Education, I evaluated teachers’ classroom instruction and provided targeted feedback for areas of improvement.
English Language Arts, Creative Writing, Writing-Expository, Spelling, Specialty, Math, Arithmetic, Basic Operations, Fractions, Numbers, Special Education, Word Problems, Problem Solving, Writing, Child Care, Holidays/Seasonal, Back to School, Autumn, Decimals, Place Value, For All Subjects, Classroom Community