I have worked that past 17 years in the public school setting with elementary and middle school students. I have also worked with ages birth-adult in home health services and high school age students with developmental disabilities. I have completed the Social Thinking Mentor Training at the Michelle Winner’s Center for Social Thinking.
I believe that children need to feel safe, nurtured, and cared for before they can fully be open to learning. Personal relationships with each of my students is something that I strive for. I also want all of my students to know that there may be frustration in learning and that is okay and part of the process. Making learning enjoyable and incorporating as many learning styles/modes of teaching into my lessons is a goal I'm always aiming for.
Certification of Clinical Competence VT, NY, PA certified SLP 2 Featured blog posts in ASHA Leader 2015, 2016 Instagram post featured in ASHA Leader 2016 Spotlight Seller TpT May 2015 Teacherspayteachers Milestone Seller 2015 Areas of specialized training: Autism: Social Thinking Learning and the Brain Memory and Learning Childhood Apraxia of Speech LIPS Program Visualizing and Verbalizing
Thiel College: Bachelor of Science in Speech and Hearing Science Clarion University of PA: Master's of Science in Speech Pathology + over 45 graduate credits.
I'm happy to help other teachers and specialists by developing student specific communication systems, visual schedules, or scripts.
English Language Arts, Grammar, Vocabulary, Specialty, Arts & Music, Computer Science - Technology, Special Education, EFL - ESL - ELD, Other (Specialty), Other, Other (ELA), Life Skills, Gifted and Talented, Critical Thinking, For All Subject Areas, School Counseling, Library Skills, Problem Solving, Cooking, Oral Communication, Reading Strategies, Holidays/Seasonal, Back to School, Thanksgiving, Christmas/ Chanukah/ Kwanzaa, Autumn, Halloween, Speech Therapy, Winter, The New Year, Valentine's Day, St. Patrick's Day, Easter, Spring, For All Subjects, Summer, Early Intervention, School Psychology, End of Year