Nancy Berodyn, M.A.Ed. has taught learning disabled and remedial students in "pull-out" as well as "push-in" settings for over 30 years.
Nancy is a charismatic educator who specializes in multi-sensory and mnemonic instruction.
Neptune TownshipTeacher of the Year 2008-2009;Listed in Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers, 10th Edition, Vol. I, 2006
M.A.Ed. Georgian Court University; B.S.Ed. West Chester University
Nancy Berodyn, M.A.Ed. brings a profound amount of academic expertise and experience to SnapBack Phonics. She is an award winning, veteran educator with a bachelor’s degree in Special Education and a Master’s degree in Administration, Supervision, and Curriculum Planning. Nancy has educated hundreds of kindergarten through fifth grade students in small group as well as whole class, inclusionary settings. Among other notable positions, she has served as Chairperson of the Reading Study Group, Chairperson of the Pupil Assistance Committee, in-service provider for teachers implementing specialized reading and math programs, and in-service presenter of a workshop entitled “Modifying Instruction for Learning Disabled Students”. After 30 years in the field, her mission is to accelerate reading capabilities among beginning readers nationwide, especially targeting those with remedial and special education needs.