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1139 Prospect Avenue, Brooklyn

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  • Google review, Brooklyn Letters Heather Liljengren ★★★★★ a month ago
    We cannot say enough good things about Effie, the ASL teacher, who was so engaged and effective with our 2 year old daughter from the very first session! Effie gladly included our whole family in the sessions! Her expertise and fantastic … More personality gave our daughter a way to communicate that she was so desperately seeking. The coordinators at Brooklyn Letters were so helpful and communicative…I would highly recommend their services!
  • Google review, Brooklyn Letters Andrea Saffady ★★★★★ 6 months ago
    My sessions with Karen have been extremely helpful. My speech has improved tremendously. In fact, I just finished 2 hours of conducting interviews with a consulting client via MS Teams and I have an upcoming conference call. Both my … More neurologist and neurosurgeon remarked about how good my speech is. Much of the day it is perfect, although I still have some rough spots when I get tired or speak too quickly. One of my granddaughters is a speech pathology student at Ithaca College. She sat in on 2 sessions while she was home for winter break, and she was very impressed with Karen.
  • Google review, Brooklyn Letters Melissa Stevens ★★★★★ 7 months ago
    Highly recommend Jill. She is a total pleasure to work with. After a few months working with Jill, my son is reading above grade level and LOVES to read. Mission accomplished!
  • Google review, Brooklyn Letters Christine Weiher ★★★★★ 8 months ago
    We were amazed with Allison! She met my son at 2 1/2 years old, not speaking much at all, and over a computer, and she was able to develop a bond and friendship, so much so that he would look forward to his weekly computer time with Allison. … More I was not sure how the speech therapy would go- but we are so happy that we tried it out and continued. It allowed my son to gain confidence in his speech, make a new friend :), and also give him the skills and a bit of understanding of how to shape his mouth or where to place his tongue to make the proper sounds. We were extremely happy with Allison- she was fantastic to work with.
  • Google review, Brooklyn Letters Demet Evren ★★★★★ 10 months ago
    Paige was great and we had been really happy with her. I would highly recommend her! I recommend Brooklyn Letters to whomever asks for a speech therapist.
  • Google review, Brooklyn Letters Jeizel Rosenthal ★★★★★ 6 months ago
    Isabel was WONDERFUL and our son absolutely adored her, and he is making great progress with his reading and writing.
  • Google review, Brooklyn Letters Lesley Duval ★★★★★ a year ago
    Theo was fantastic with our 4yo son. We were very worried that his progress would fall off when we had to switch to remote sessions, but Theo kept our son happy and engaged through the screen. Highly highly recommend!
  • Google review, Brooklyn Letters Samantha Packard ★★★★★ a year ago
    We've been working with Theo from Brooklyn Letters for close to 4 months now and the results are apparent; our daughter has vastly improved her speech in a relatively short amount of time. We make "Theo Day" a celebration … More in our house with pancakes for breakfast, and the enthusiasm is matched in the sessions. Theo is fun, patient, professional, and caring, and he gives us the tools to take the lessons beyond the session. Thank you Theo, and Brooklyn Letters, for helping our daughter express herself.
  • Google review, Brooklyn Letters Travis Ricca ★★★★★ a year ago
    I worked with Alina to enhance my pronunciation, tone, and pacing while communicating socially and in a work environment. She was great to work with and clear about goals and learning objectives. The improvement from day 1 has been tremendous! … More
  • Google review, Brooklyn Letters Enrico Bermudez ★★★★★ a year ago
    Cathy has been excellent with us and our son. We will sorely miss her. He has improved significantly with Cathy’s help. Cathy was a true partner with us, especially as we pursued additional help through our son’s school system.
  • Google review, Brooklyn Letters Kayne Elisabeth Wilk ★★★★★ 2 years ago
    We really loved working with Alina, she is so fantastic. Patient yet firm, and determined the best course of action very clearly and succintly for us. And it all transitioned so well to Zoom as well. I will definitely be back in touch for … More services for our other child after summer break!
  • Google review, Brooklyn Letters Jen S ★★★★★ 2 years ago
    Vera was amazing! My 11 yo daughter made progress so quickly and really looked forward to her sessions. She was kept motivated and engaged.
  • Google review, Brooklyn Letters susie tofte ★★★★★ a year ago
    The work that Allison P. did with our daughter over the years has been invaluable to us. Our daughter had such a good relationship with Allison, and it allowed them to work really well together - even remotely these past 6 months. This … More year, Allison went above and beyond by helping us throughout the neuropsych eval we did, trying to re-open our daughter's IEP at her school, and eventually landing her at our chosen school. She was in contact with our daughter's teachers, with the neuropsychologist, and made herself available as a reference to speak on behalf of our daughter's learning differences.
    Allison stopped by our house last week to give our daughter cupcakes and say goodbye, and I literally cried with appreciation for what an amazing speech therapist she has been. She has been our daughter's biggest champion. The new families that she will work with this year are lucky to have her.
  • Google review, Brooklyn Letters Alicia Perez-Katz ★★★★★ 2 years ago
    Sydney was great! Our son was sad to end his sessions with her, which says a lot. We appreciated her honest assessment of his skill level, and he now has materials to self monitor and practice. Thank you!
  • Google review, Brooklyn Letters Jacob B ★★★★★ 3 years ago
    We were delighted with Christie. First, and most importantly, our son made great strides under her guidance. So great, that we felt he no longer needed help! She was incredibly patient and kind with him and our son really responded to … More her. Christie was also great with me and my wife. She provided thorough and informative updates on our son's progress and which exercises she was using with him, so we could reinforce what she was teaching him. All in all, we had a fabulous experience with Christie and would highly recommend her.
  • Google review, Brooklyn Letters Kristin Ames ★★★★★ 3 years ago
    Our experience with Theo was terrific. Theo was great with my son. He developed a positive relationship with him based on sincerity, respect, trust and a deep personal connection. In their lessons, Theo was encouraging, creative and kind. … More He helped our son understand how to differentiate the sounds he made when he spoke, and gave him great exercises to practice every week between lessons. Our son was sorry to have the lessons come to an end, but recognized that Theo had helped him as much as possible and it was time for him to stop. Theo explained to him (and us) how to keep working to get the last 5%, and encouraged him to keep working on the exercises on his own. I have recommended Theo to another parent who noticed my son's improvement and inquired for her own son.
    We are all grateful to have gotten to know Theo, and we greatly appreciate all the work he did to help our son.
  • Google review, Brooklyn Letters Aisha Holder ★★★★★ 3 years ago
    "I have nothing but wonderful things to say about Michelle Macroy-Higgins. We are extremely pleased with her work with our daughter. I was so grateful for my daughter to have a speech therapist who is a researcher (specialty in late … More talkers), graduate professor and practitioner. Her expertise was clearly evident in our conversations and work with our daughter. She was very responsive to my questions and often sent articles and other materials about language development that I found helpful. Thankfully, my daughter's speech improved tremendously. Michelle developed such a warm relationship with my daughter. My daughter was always excited to see Michelle and would greet her at the door with a big hug. Lastly, I would add that Michelle always demonstrated empathy with me as a mother who was initially worried about her daughter's language development. I could go on and on about how pleased we were with Michelle's work."
  • Google review, Brooklyn Letters Andrea Peartree ★★★★★ 2 years ago
    Theo is a wonderful Clinton Hill speech therapist. We were really pleased with him. Our son showed drastic improvement, not only in his speech but in his confidence.
  • Google review, Brooklyn Letters mario costa ★★★★★ 3 years ago
    Alexa has been an enthusiastic, reliable, well prepared and caring teacher for our 6 year old daughter. She has been able to improve and increase our daughter's confidence lesson by lesson with patience and competence; through varied … More and productive didactic practice. Alexa has engaged our daughter in several activities that always kept her motivated and eager to learn literacy. My wife and I, both of us are educators, feel so fortunate to have had the opportunity to observe Alexa's pedagogical skills. Alexa has had a big impact on our daughter literacy growth. Thank you Brooklyn Letters!
  • Google review, Brooklyn Letters Lily Alt ★★★★★ 3 years ago
    We were absolutely DELIGHTED with Marsha's services. She was wonderful. We found her to be kind, fun, engaging, very knowledgeable. She provided us with clear instructions and additional written handouts each week. She engaged our … More son with different techniques and toys, and showed us how to use her techniques when we were interacting with him. I actually just texted her on Saturday - Our son finally said "more" - one of the target words we had been working on with her. It was a total joy to hear, and I had to share it with her - she wrote back immediately to congratulate us. I am so appreciative of her expertise, and wish we could have seen her for longer. I recommended her to another family in our neighborhood who is looking for a speech therapist.

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We also travel to Hamptons (summer speech language therapy)

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  • $110-$150 for 45 minutes

  • $90-$115 for 30 minutes (online only)

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  • $135-$175 Per Hour

  • $110-$150 for 45 minutes

  • $90-$115 for 30 minutes (online only)

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Long Island, Reading Writing Tutors Specialists – Learning his or her ABCs is your child’s first step towards mastering reading and writing. But sometimes, teaching such an important skill can be confusing for parents. Do you start with the letter names or the letter sounds first? Is there a right way to teach a child the alphabet? Click here to read what speech-language pathologist Dr. Jan Wasowicz has to say on our blog!

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The Five Pillars of Reading

Just like a house needs strong support and foundation, developing literacy skills in young learners requires the Five Pillars of Reading. Recognized by the National Reading Panel as the “best approach to reading instruction,” these pillars include:

Backed by studies and scientific research, these five pillars make up the essential building blocks of reading. And by combining these techniques, teachers and parents can effectively introduce the concept of reading and language.

Here is a closer look at how the Five Pillars of Reading work to ensure successful reading instruction:

Phonemic Awareness

Phonemic awareness refers to the knowledge and understanding that words are built from and can be broken apart into smaller segments of a sound called phonemes. Phonemic awareness is one’s ability to hear, recognize, and manipulate sounds heard in words- think of it as the ears to brain connection. 

Phonemic awareness can be taught even before a child learns to read or identify printed letters. When babies are born, they are processing phonemes when parents speak and sing to their bundle of joy. In the English language, phonemic awareness means being able to identify its approximately 44 phonemes. Additionally, teaching letter sounds with letter names is an effective way for students to grasp the concept of phonemes.

Phonics

Whereas phonemic awareness refers to one’s ability to recognize sounds or phonemes in words, phonics mastery means understanding that letters (graphemes or printed letters) of the alphabet represent sounds (phonemes)- think of it as the ears, eyes, and brain connection. A child who has mastered phonics can sound out new or unfamiliar words on their own. The child is “cracking the code” and is receiving feedback by listening to oneself sound out words. 

Teaching phonics is all about establishing the relationship between sounds and printed letters or printed letter combinations. Starting with the printed letter-sound correspondence, a child then learns how to match sounds to letters and uses this relationship to understand printed words. 

Vocabulary

Vocabulary refers to one’s understanding of words, including their definitions and context. Vocabulary is broken up into oral (speaking), understanding (listening), and print (reading vocabulary).

Needless to say, vocabulary is crucial in strengthening reading comprehension and fluency. In most instances, poor vocabulary can limit and interrupt a child’s learning and reading experience. And while it can grow naturally from daily reading and conversations, it is just as important to explicitly teach and expand vocabulary.

Strategies in teaching vocabulary can include word mapping (graphic display of words/concept relationships), word substitutions, semantic relationships (how words are related), acting out meanings, and focusing on word structure (root words and its derivations).

Fluency

Learners achieve fluency when they recognize and read words with accuracy, intonation, fluidity, and speed, whether while reading aloud or silently to oneself. Hence, fluent readers are able to read automatically without needing to pause to decode words or look up definitions.

Fluency plays a key role in comprehension and is essential in keeping young learners motivated. When children are reading fluently, it frees up mental resources to allow them to improve their comprehension of what they are reading. 

When developing reading fluency, it is crucial to provide a child with frequent oral reading opportunities and to monitor progress. This involves reading out loud while being guided and receiving feedback from an adult. It is important to provide the student with opportunities to self-correct. This combination of consistent practice and regular feedback is critical in promoting fluency.

Comprehension

The ultimate goal for literacy is to comprehend well what one is reading.  Reading comprehension enables a child to predict outcomes, evaluate characters, deduce, and make connections to real-world events. 

A child’s comprehension skills can begin to develop before becoming an independent reader. One way to do this is by reading to a child and discussing the story’s main idea, characters, and setting. Explicit teaching, modeling, and guided practice of comprehension skills are also crucial. This is especially true for students whose reading comprehension skills lag behind their peers.

Discover some online phonics materials for struggling readers that can help them develop the five pillars of reading.

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Derek B.

MPS, PD, NYS CERTIFIED PRE-K-6TH GRADE, NYS CERTIFIED CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

Derek B.

MPS, PD, NYS CERTIFIED PRE-K-6TH GRADE, NYS CERTIFIED CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES
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Derek has a master’s in Professional Studies a Professional Diploma in Educational Leadership from Manhattanville College in Purchase, NY. He has the following New York State certifications: Childhood Education and Students with Disabilities Grades 1-6; Early Childhood Education and Students with Disabilities Birth-Grade 2: and as a School Building and School District Leader. Derek has been teaching and tutoring for seven years in many different instructional capacities including a 3rd-5th grade self-contained classroom, an education consultant for grades 2-4, and 4th grade integrated co-teaching classroom (ICT) and general education classrooms. Currently, Derek is a 4th grade ICT teacher in a New York City public school in Brooklyn.

Derek has taught students using a multitude of literacy and mathematics programs including Teacher’s College Reading and Writing Project, Ready Gen, Lit Life, Go Math, enVision Math, and the Engage NY ELA and Math modules. He has extensive literacy experience using Core Knowledge Language Arts, Orton-Gillingham, Reading A-Z, Read Works, Wilson, Fundations, as well as Edmark for supplemental ELA intervention. Additionally, he has experience with integrated instructional technology programs such as Lexia, I-Ready, and Achieve 3,000 into his daily small group and individualized classroom instruction.

Derek has a strong understanding of how to support children with special needs through his work with parents and other special education teachers. His experience includes advising parents on appropriate services for their children; leading workshops for general education and special education teachers focused on differentiating instruction in the classroom; and presenting workshops for parents on reading comprehension and literacy strategies which provided a plethora of strategies to support their children at home.

Derek was also a curriculum specialist and instructor for an enrichment tutoring company where he designed, organized, and developed specialized instructional materials for K-8 grade students. His administrative work enhanced students ELA and Math critical thinking skills and improved their state test results. Derek is committed to supporting students and their academic growth.

LOCATION: Brooklyn, Queens, Long Island
TYPES OF SERVICES: Reading comprehension and fluency, reading and writing stamina, writing organization, structure, and development, spelling, phonological assessments, progressing monitoring, and data analysis
EXPERTISE: Curriculum modifications, phonological awareness, reading comprehension, writing for general education students and special education students, and data analysis
GRADES: Kindergarten thru 6th grade

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Joann

Bachelor’s Degree from SUNY Geneseo,  Master’s Degree from Columbia University Teachers College

Joann

Bachelor’s Degree from SUNY Geneseo,  Master’s Degree from Columbia University Teachers College
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Joann has over 35 years of Special Education teaching experience.  She has her Bachelor’s Degree from SUNY Geneseo, a Master’s Degree from Columbia University Teachers College, and 75 post-graduate education credits.  Her passion for teaching and educating students began when she was 16 years old and volunteered, then worked at a United Cerebral Palsy summer camp.  This was the catalyst to her desire to promote learning for students with any challenges they may encounter.  Joann immediately began working for Eastern Suffolk BOCES following her graduation from Geneseo and a 5-month substitute position in a High School resource room in upstate New York.  This was the beginning of her 35-year career with BOCES.  She has taught all age ranges from an infant program to students up to 21 years of age.  Her experience and expertise have covered all levels of learning, teaching methods, and diagnoses including; learning disabilities, emotionally fragile, behavioral, and students on the autism spectrum.  One of her strongest attributes has been her ability to adapt and individualize instruction to her students’ needs and to be flexible and creative in order to reach each student’s potential.  Realizing that every student learns differently, she has had much success tapping into their individual learning styles.  Joann incorporates a multi-modality and interactive approach and specializes in English Language Arts, Reading Comprehension, Writing Skills, Spelling, Vocabulary, and Study and Test Preparation/Test-taking skills.

Over the years she has privately tutored many 9th through 12th-grade students to successfully pass a variety of Regents, standardized tests, and required classes.  She offers years of experience, exposure to new and changing methodologies, as well as tried and true techniques, all with the goal of fostering educational, emotional, and social success.

She offers the following: Individual tutoring, individualized and goal-oriented instruction, and remediation: Reading and writing skills. literacy, spelling, vocabulary, elementary math skills. Private Special Education Services for guidance, implementation, monitoring, parent training, and coordination of; IEP’s, behavior management, therapy, and lesson planning. Online tutoring, test preparation, and study skills -state, standardized, and classroom, homework Assistance, behavior management, and organization through positive reinforcement to improve confidence, skills, and motivation. Expertise in English Language Arts, Writing, and Reading Skills. Analysis and identification of individual learning needs. Working with all levels of abilities with or without Special Education classification. Behavior Management. Multimodality Approaches to learning and remediation.

Location: Westhampton Hampton Bays Quogue East Quogue Southampton Riverhead Calverton Aquabogue Jamesport Mattituck Moriches  Bayport  Blue Point.
Type of Service: High School.
Ages: K-12

Michelle

M.S. ED., NYS Certified Early Childhood and Special Education (Birth – 2nd Grade)

Michelle

M.S. ED., NYS Certified Early Childhood and Special Education (Birth – 2nd Grade)
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Michelle’s experience over the past 16 years has included working as a math and reading learning specialist, a headteacher in a two-year-old classroom, co-teaching in a kindergarten and first-grade special education classroom, private SEIT work, as well as, leading social groups, providing a safe environment to strengthen social interaction and communication skills for children.

What truly sets Michelle apart from other learning specialists is her ability to connect to children encountering learning differences.  As a child, Michelle struggled with massive learning disabilities.  She attended the Windward school and was personally taught by Dr. Judith Hochman, creator of the Hochman Method.  Dr. Hochman taught Michelle how to learn, despite being ADD, having dyslexia, auditory processing issues, executive function issues, a weak working memory, and retrieval difficulties amongst a long list of other learning differences.  It is this life experience that motivates and allows her the ability to truly understand the frustration children with learning differences encounter.   As a mother of two young girls, Michelle now has the perspective from every angle of learning and child development to be a truly extraordinary educator

Michelle’s most significant accomplishment throughout her extensive career is the educational consulting firm she started in 2009.  In this position, she works one on one with parents and students ranging from ages two to nine.  Students work with Michelle for a litany of reasons. She specializes in providing remedies to children who may present with developmental delays, fine motor delays, speech and language delays reading, writing and math learning disabilities, ADD, ADHD, socialization difficulties, as well as those children who may be confronted with executive functioning, academic delays, anxiety, and any behavior challenges.

Michelle focuses on meeting each child’s individual educational and developmental needs with a multisensory approach.  Her sessions are centered on self-directed learning, critical thinking, problem-solving, and socialization. Based on parent, teacher, and therapist recommendations She provides students with their own specialized programs.  Michelle strongly believes that team involvement is the key to academic growth. She consistently collaborates with specialists across all domains, ensuring the entire team is on the same page.  Michelle believes this is an absolute necessity to ensure strategies, language, and coping mechanisms are carried across the board, solidifying newly acquired skill sets.  Michelle feels young children’s confidence plays an imperative role in emotionally allowing children to be open to learning.  Her goal is to give every child the opportunity to excel with confidence and self-assurance, in order to reach their optimum potential.

Michelle earned a Master of Science in Teaching, Early Childhood Special Education (Dual Certification), (May 2009) From Toro College, and holds a Bachelor of Arts in communications, from Baruch College (May 2005.)  She is New York State Certification, Early Childhood Education, (September 2009) and New York State Certification, Students with Disabilities (September 2009) Michelle is formally trained in the Corrective Reading Program, Wilson Fundations, Wilson Reading System, The Orton Gillingham Approach, Guided Reading Leveled Literacy.  She also has a passion for teaching math and has training in the Stern Arrhythmic program which incorporates both kinesthetic/tactile strategies to reach all learners. Michelle is trained in the Handwriting without Tears, Sounds in Motion Program, and is a member of ATIS (Association of Teachers in Independent Schools.)

Michelle S

NYS Certified Early Childhood & Special Education Teacher, M.S Ed

Michelle S

NYS Certified Early Childhood & Special Education Teacher, M.S Ed
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Michelle is a New York State certified teacher, professionally certified in Early Childhood Education & Special Education grades Pre-K to 2nd grade.  Her education includes a B.S. in Early Childhood Education and a Master’s in Early Childhood Education & Special Education from Hunter College.  Michelle has been a teacher for over ten years working with Preschool and Kindergarten.  She has been working in a charter school in Queens for the past five years teaching Kindergarten in an ICT classroom.  In the ICT classroom setting, she has worked with students with speech and language impairments. She strategizes to meet the individual needs of all her students while building upon and celebrating their strengths.

Michelle uses informal and formal assessments to collect data and learn more about each students’ individual needs then creates goals for students to work towards during tutoring sessions.   She can support students with phonics, decoding, fluency, and reading comprehension using a variety of resources including Wilson/Fundations programs and Fountas & Pinnell.   Michelle has experience teaching math with programs such as Go Math and Eureka, a math program designed to teach the Common Core Standards within the context of students’ lives, creating a hands-on, stimulating learning environment.   In her daily practice as a teacher, Michelle uses many approaches to motivate and maintain appropriate behaviors. By getting to know her students it allows her to engage them and best learn their interests. She truly enjoys building strong relationships with her students and working with them to meet their individualized learning goals. When needed, she uses positive reinforcement and a positive reward system to help with students’ confidence and self-esteem. She works with students who struggle with decoding, spelling, and writing by building on each student’s current skill level.

Michelle is patient, kind, loving, and nurturing. She treats each child as if they were her own, and always strives to make learning fun. She is extremely motivated and confident that she will help your child grow in any area of need.

LOCATION: Long Island: Woodmere, Lawrence, Hewlett, Cedarhurst, Inwood, Far Rockaway- Monday & Tuesday – 4:30 pm-6:30 pm
Wednesday & Thursday- 3:30pm-6:00pm
Staten Island: New Springville, Heartland Village, Willowbrook, Westerleigh, Todt Hill, New Dorp- Saturday & Sunday- 9:00 am-12:00 pm
TYPE OF SERVICES: Individualized instruction in decoding, fluency, reading comprehension, writing, math, and literacy
EXPERTISE: Improving decoding, phonemic awareness, fluency, reading comprehension, and writing skills, providing students with strategies to understand and solve math word problems
AGES: Preschool to 2nd grade in Literacy, Reading, & Math

Shannon

Certified Wilson Reading Specialist & Special Educator

Shannon

Certified Wilson Reading Specialist & Special Educator
Shannon Certified Wilson Reading Specialist & Special Educator
Shannon Certified Wilson Reading Specialist & Special Educator

Shannon is currently a middle school Special Education and Physical Education teacher in the NYC Department of Education system. She has five years of experience as a full-time teacher, as well as two years of experience as a teaching assistant at an elementary school. Shannon has a Bachelor’s Degree from SUNY Cortland in Physical Education, and a Master’s Degree in Childhood and Special Education. In addition, Shannon is a certified Wilson Instructor with experience working with students one to one, as well as in a small group setting.

The Wilson Reading Program allows for students to have a hands-on experience when it comes to reading and spelling. Students learn the importance of decoding words and the different rules of the English Language. Through Wilson, students learn how to become more fluent readers and writers. Shannon uses formative assessment tools to track the progress of all of her students and has experience using assessments such as the WIST, TOSWRF, and Fountas and Pinnell to assess student’s current reading and spelling grade levels. Shannon’s certification process included coursework from Fitchburg State University and over 70 one on one Wilson sessions with an individual student. Through this process, Shannon was able to help an 8th-grade student jump three grade levels in both reading and writing. Shannon has 4 years of experience teaching individuals and small groups of students in the Wilson Program.

Shannon’s teaching experience includes teaching in an ICT setting for grades 6, 7, and 8. Shannon has also taught 6th and 7th-grade self-contained students in Physical Education. Previous experience includes working over 10 years at a local day camp and working in an elementary school as a teaching assistant with second and third-grade students. While she currently works at the middle school level, she has plenty of experience working with students ages 7 and above. Shannon’s experience makes her a very patient instructor who knows the importance of making sure lessons are planned to meet each individual’s needs.

 

LOCATION: Long Island

TYPE OF SERVICES: Initial reading evaluation and reading intervention.

EXPERTISE: Working with children who have difficulty with decoding (deciphering letters when reading), reading fluency, reading comprehension, and/or encoding (spelling) issues, including working with students with dyslexia.

AGES: Elementary and Middle School Students

Erica

Bachelor of Science in Childhood and Special Education (Grades 1-6) and MSEd in Behavioral Disorders

Erica

Bachelor of Science in Childhood and Special Education (Grades 1-6) and MSEd in Behavioral Disorders
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Erica graduated from SUNY Fredonia with a Bachelor of Science in Childhood and Special Education (Grades 1-6). Afterward, she completed her MSEd in Behavioral Disorders at Hunter College. Erica has nine years of teaching experience in various educational settings with students of different abilities and needs for k-5th grades. She has a strong understanding of the needs of students with ADD, ADHD, and students who have difficulty with executive functioning. Her expertise is in grades 3-5. In math, Erica is familiar with TERC Investigations, Engage NY (Eureka Math), and interactive supplements like 3-Act Tasks. She is familiar with various problem-solving methods and helps students use the method that works best for them and their understanding. Erica also works with students to break down multi-step word problems in a way that helps the student understand the problem. Additionally, Erica also incorporates a variety of instructional strategies in reading and writing. Erica teaches with a strong emphasis on modeling and guided practice to support students with skills such as elaboration and organization. Erica also supports students with homework help and test prep in math and ELA.

Erica has strong training in Columbia University Teachers College’s reading and writing curriculum. This program relies on using modeling and inquiry to help students improve their reading and writing skills. Erica is also trained in the Fountas and Pinnell reading assessment program that helps students work on specific strategies to improve their ability to answer direct and inferential questions in fiction and nonfiction texts.  Erica begins the tutoring process by getting to know the students on a personal level. Erica strives to create a calm learning environment so each learner feels comfortable and safe. She takes the time to observe and learn about each student’s learning style and create a personalized learning experience. This helps her students feel supported and encouraged while working with her. 

Erica has experience working with students who have different academic backgrounds and needs. Prior to working for the New York City Department of Education, Erica worked as a looping teacher (stayed with the same class for three years) for a Charter School in Harlem, New York. She traveled with her class from first grade to third grade. Currently, Erica is working as a 4th grade English teacher in a French Dual Language program. 

Erica is calm, energetic, and enthusiastic. She makes it a priority to develop positive relationships with all of her students. Erica makes learning about her students a priority and uses their specific interests to plan individualized lesson plans to keep learning fun and engaging. Her goal is to make her students gain more confidence in taking risks and working through the hard parts of learning to get to the sweet parts! 

LOCATION: Long Island: Nassau County

TYPES OF SERVICES: Individualized reading and math instruction and remediation, building and strengthening knowledge of math concepts (grades 3-5), developing study skills, support with homework, test prep for math, and ELA.

EXPERTISE: Inquiry-based math remediation, reading comprehension and writing about reading, teaching elaboration and writing organization techniques for expository and narrative writing, homework help, test prep.

AGES: 3rd- 5th Grade

Giana M.

NYS CERTIFIED in Childhood Education and Special Education (1-6)

Giana M.

NYS CERTIFIED in Childhood Education and Special Education (1-6)
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Reading Writing Tutors Specialists

Giana Marie is from Carle Place, NY, and entering her third year as a 2nd grade Special Education Teacher in the New York City Department of Education. She is certified in Childhood Education and Special Education (1-6). Giana Marie has many years of experience tutoring students with multiple disabilities including autism, learning disabilities, speech and language impairments, and ADHD. Prior to teaching, she worked in a life-skills and vocational program. Giana Marie implements a multi-sensory approach to instruction by providing the students with multiple entry points to learning. This includes assessing children, determining the students’ strengths and areas of need and tailoring instruction accordingly. She has experience with integrating Orton Gillingham strategies utilizing programs such as Reading A-Z, Fundations, Wilson, and Leveled Literacy Intervention (LLI). Giana Marie assesses her students with a variety of tools including Teacher’s College running records, LLI, and Fundations assessments.

Giana Marie also has expertise providing quality direct instruction with phonological awareness, sight word recognition, guided reading, writing development, and reading fluency and comprehension. For example, she is proficient with using Teacher’s College and technology programs such as Lexia and Raz-Kids to support her students with phonics, reading fluency, and vocabulary development. Also, Giana Marie has experience in mathematics instruction where she uses manipulatives and various strategies from the Go Math and enVision curriculum. Furthermore, she uses ABA methodologies, visual schedules, and positive reinforcement systems to support student learning. For instance, Giana Marie uses a token economy system with academic tasks for students who require behavior modifications to support their academic and social-emotional needs.

LOCATION: Long Island, Queens
TYPE OF SERVICES: Elementary reading, writing, and math
TEST PREP: 3-5 ELA and Math test prep
EXPERTISE: Learning disabilities, Speech and Language impairments, ADHD, autism, guided reading, writing development, curriculum modification, assessment, and data analysis
AGES: K-5

Andrea P.

NYS Certified Childhood General and Special Education Teacher, MS Ed

Andrea P.

NYS Certified Childhood General and Special Education Teacher, MS Ed
Reading Writing Tutors Specialists
Reading Writing Tutors Specialists

Andrea is a tenured NYS certified teacher, she is professionally certified in General Education and Special Education grades 1-6. Andrea completed her bachelors of education with a minor in Psychology at St. John’s University and graduated Cum Lade. She was also on the Dean s List all 4 years of her undergraduate program. She then completed her masters in Special Education at St. John’s University. Recently Andrea furthered her education and completed her 30 and above in education through Midwest Teachers Institute.

Andrea currently works for the NYC Department of Education as a Third Grade special education self-contained teacher. She has over six years of experience teaching students with diverse needs including Autism, students with learning disabilities, ADHD, dyslexia, anxiety disorders and emotional/behavioral disorders. In her 6 years of teaching: K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th. She is experienced in working with students struggling with literacy, writing and reading skills (decoding, fluency, reading comprehension). Andrea is very familiar with IEP s and working towards meeting student’s specific goals.

Andrea has been trained in the Fundations program, Columbia University’s Teacher’s College, as well as Fountas & Pinnell. She also has 6 years of experience with the GoMath and Exemplars programs to support learning in math. Along with being trained in these programs, she provides numerous scaffolds to aide children in learning. She will provide manipulatives as well as making charts tailored to a child’s specific needs.

Andrea is experienced in test preparation for the ELA and Math state tests and for preparing English language learners for NYSESLAT. When working with English Language Learners as well as students with learning disabilities, she feels it is extremely important to provide visuals to support their learning.

In her daily practice as a teacher, she uses many approaches to motivate and maintain appropriate behaviors. By getting to know her students it allows her to engage them and best learn their interests. She truly enjoys building strong relationships with her students and working with them to meet their individualized learning goals. When needed, she uses a positive reinforcement and a positive reward system to help with students confidence and self-esteem. She is also trained in applied behavior analysis approach (ABA). She is excited to help your child with his or her literacy and math skills.

LOCATION: Queens, Brooklyn, Long Island
TYPES OF SERVICES: Administering reading and writing assessments, developing individualized and effective literacy instruction, individualized reading instruction, building phonemic awareness and phonics skills, helping with homework
EXPERTISE: working with all students with disabilities, improving decoding skills and reading fluency. Strengthen reading comprehension, and writing Assessment and intervention for children struggling with decoding, reading comprehension, and fluency
AGES: preschool-6th grade

Danielle

Master’s Degree in Childhood Education (Birth-Grade 6), Students with Disabilities (Birth-Grades 6), and Health Education (Grades K-12)

Danielle

Master’s Degree in Childhood Education (Birth-Grade 6), Students with Disabilities (Birth-Grades 6), and Health Education (Grades K-12)
Reading Writing Tutors Specialists
Reading Writing Tutors Specialists

Danielle graduated with her Bachelor’s Degree from SUNY Cortland and Master’s Degree from Long Island University obtaining her certifications in Childhood Education (Birth-Grade 6), Students with Disabilities (Birth-Grades 6), and Health Education (Grades K-12). She tutors students ranging from Pre-K through 6th Grade with different ability levels. As a 2nd grade, Special Education ICT Teacher in a Long Island public school, Danielle helps strengthen individualized needs in reading, spelling, writing, math, test preparation, and IEP goals. She provides hands-on experiences by utilizing manipulatives and encourages an interactive way for students to learn. She builds upon phonemic awareness, vocabulary, fluency, comprehension, and phonics to enhance every aspect of reading.  

She has experience working with students of various needs such as dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, and others. She also works with students who require enrichment and extra challenges. Danielle has used programs such as Teachers College Reading and Writing Workshop model, Fountas and Pinnell, Wilson Fundations, Journeys, Go Math, Math in Focus, and more!

Danielle accommodates the individual needs of her students and is mindful of their learning styles, backgrounds, and interests. The comforting learning environment and strong rapport that she shares with her students allow her to implement innovative, engaging, and rigorous lessons, inviting students to flourish into lifelong learners.

LOCATION: Long Island (Nassau and Suffolk County)
TYPES OF SERVICES: Reading, math, writing, enrichment, IEP goals, and supporting the needs of students with special needs.
EXPERTISE: Individualizing instruction to meet the needs of all learners by using a multisensory and engaging approach.
AGES: Birth through 6th Grade

Sohayla

M.S. Elementary and Special Education

Sohayla

M.S. Elementary and Special Education
Reading Writing Tutors Specialists
Reading Writing Tutors Specialists

Sohayla graduated from Saint John’s University with a Bachelor of Science in Childhood Education and a Masters of Science in Special Education. She is certified in New York State to teach 1st through 6th grade and also has extensive experience working with students all the way up to the doctoral level. Sohayla built her academic career and gained leadership experience during her 5 years as a Saint John’s student. While being an after school teacher, and a graduate assistant at Saint John’s University’s Writing Center, Sohayla has learned the skills necessary to facilitate a culturally responsive and inclusive learning environment for all her students. Her experiences as a Writing Consultant have allowed her to view learning through multiple interconnected perspectives. She has held writer’s workshops for elementary age students. Sohayla has an ability to work with students with various ranges of abilities and she is known for her patience and creativity.

Sohayla has worked in various classroom settings including self-contained, inclusive, ICT, and general. Within these classroom settings, Sohayla has taught students using literacy and mathematics programs/strategies including Teachers College, Self-Regulated Strategy Development (SRSD), Go Math, and enVision Math. Sohayla is familiar with tools such as What Works Clearinghouse and is able to implement evidence-based practices. She also has experience working one-to-one with students or in larger group settings specifically in literacy and math. Sohayla’s teaching style is unique in that it is student-centered and can apply to a wide range of ages and abilities. Sohayla’s top priority is for her students to master new concepts while simultaneously building self-efficacy.

Sohayla knows that each student learns differently. She believes in designing accommodations and modifying content to meet the needs of her students. When it comes to math or literacy, Sohayla focuses on the concepts being taught and works with students to determine their abilities. Sohayla is able to highlight a student’s strengths and uses those strengths to hone their weaknesses in math or literacy. When a student seems to not grasp a concept, Sohayla first analyzes her own teaching and checks to see how she can design a re-teach to meet the student’s specific needs.

Sohayla has proven effective communication through her success with clients, and she updates parents on all significant matters in a timely manner. She believes that her love for student curiosity, coupled with helping others to succeed, makes her passionate and driven in the field. Sohayla works with students to learn their interests and applies those interests within her lessons when appropriate. She works hard to make learning intriguing for her students, and she understands the importance of building teacher to student rapport. Sohayla’s admiration for teaching extends far beyond her own philosophy and exists to help the voices of others be realized and expressed. She believes in order to set students up for success, a positive classroom environment that meets the needs of all learners regardless of race, language, or ability needs to be established.

LOCATION: Queens, Long Island, and Brooklyn
TYPES OF SERVICES: Literacy, Reading Comprehension, writing, spelling, vocabulary, math skills, and concepts.
EXPERTISE: Specializing in working with students with learning disabilities. Following systematic and explicit instruction. Implementing Evidence-based practices.
AGES: K-6 also works with 12th grade and & students on writing assignments.

Allison

Bachelor of Science in Childhood Education (1-6), Master of Science (1-6)

Allison

Bachelor of Science in Childhood Education (1-6), Master of Science (1-6)
Reading Writing Tutors Specialists
Reading Writing Tutors Specialists

Allison received her Bachelor of Science in Childhood Education (1-6) from Saint John’s University in 2012.  She completed her Master of Science (1-6) at Queens College in 2015.  Afterward, Allison received an extension in Early Childhood Education (B-2).  She has 8 years of teaching experience in various educational settings, with students of different: ages, abilities, and needs.  Allison currently works as a 1st Grade Special Education Teacher in an Integrated Co-Teaching Classroom in Jamaica, NY.

Allison specializes in working with Kindergarten-4th Grade students with special needs, especially those with: Attention Deficit Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Cerebral Palsy, Dyslexia, Emotional Behavioral Disorder, and Speech and Language Delays.  She is trained in administering the DIBELS, Fountas and Pinnell, and i-Ready Reading Assessments.  Allison has expertise teaching the Fundations Phonics Program and Journeys Reading Program.  She is trained in administering the i-Ready Mathematics Assessment.  She has expertise teaching the GO Math! and Engage NY (Eureka Math) Mathematics Programs.

Allison believes in: formal and informal assessments to gauge strengths and challenges, tuning into the interests and learning style(s) of every child, hands-on learning, child-centered instruction, positive praise for perseverance and progress, and using a reward system for good behavior and quality work completion.  She feels that it is important to establish a Teacher/Student Relationship in which every child feels fully comfortable to ask content-related questions and share personal academic wins.  Allison prides herself on being: communicative, helpful, kind, knowledgeable, patient, reliable, and thorough.  Her target goal is to leave each of her students with more confidence and knowledge than they had when she found them!

Location: Jamaica, NY
Types of Services: Individualized Reading and Mathematics Instruction, Homework Help, and Development of Study Skills
Expertise: Special Education
Ages: Kindergarten-4th Grade

Michelle C.

M.S. Special Education

Michelle C.

M.S. Special Education
Reading Writing Tutors Specialists
Reading Writing Tutors Specialists

Michelle is certified in Early Childhood Education, Childhood Education and Special Education (birth-grade 6). She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education from Towson University and a Master’s Degree in Special Education from Hofstra University. Michelle is trained in Fountas and Pinell, Fundations, and Orton Gillingham. Michelle has a passion for working with children and families.

Michelle has experience working with a diverse population of general and special education students. She taught preschool for a little over a year, kindergarten for three years, first grade for one year, and has been teaching third-grade special education since 2018. Michelle has been working for the New York City Department of Education since 2014. She has experience working with students who are emotionally disturbed, have speech and language impairments, struggling readers, and students who struggle in all academic areas. She uses a systematic, multi-sensory, phonemic-based approach in order to improve spelling, decoding, fluency, and comprehension. Michelle is trained in both Go-Math and Envisions math. She has experience collaborating with speech therapists, occupational therapists, and physical therapists in order to better meet the needs of each child. She also has a lot of experience working closely with families.

LOCATION: Queens, Long Island
TYPES OF SERVICE: Initial reading assessment, Orton Gillingham-based reading instruction, including individualized reading instruction and intervention in phonemic awareness, phonics, and decoding strategies; individualized instruction in reading fluency and comprehension instruction; writing instruction, and math instruction and intervention.
EXPERTISE: Orton Gillingham-based reading instruction, differentiating instruction for students with and without learning disabilities, and students who need extra literacy support; differentiating instruction for students who need extra math support.

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Kimberly

Masters of Literacy, Bachelors of Arts degree in Elementary Education & New York State certified teacher

Kimberly

Masters of Literacy, Bachelors of Arts degree in Elementary Education & New York State certified teacher
Reading Writing Tutors Specialists
Reading Writing Tutors Specialists

Kimberly is a New York State certified teacher currently teaching a self-contained class in preschool special education. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education from St. Joseph’s College and is certified in general education and special education from birth – to sixth grade. Kimberly is pursuing a Masters of Literacy through Touro College.

With over seven years in special education, Kimberly specializes in her instruction in a kinesthetic, multi-sensory, hands-on approach to maximize her students’ learning abilities. She has worked with children with Individualized Educational Plans, 504’s, and students with undiagnosed differentiated learning abilities. With the experience in CPSE and CSE committee meetings, Kimberly evaluates and assesses her students’ abilities and capabilities to ensure all needs are presently being met. She carries the same attention to typically developing students as she feels all learning styles should be incorporated while providing instruction. Kimberly has worked with students with various learning styles, ranging from primary to intermediate grade levels. She has focused on assisting students in advancing their reading levels to practicing alternative math styles to better suit difficult material. Kimberly has helped support students in intermediate grade levels to tackle the difficulties of common core math with visuals and differentiated material. She also focuses on handwriting and spelling practice.

Kimberly provides a warm, safe, engaging learning space to keep alive the fun in learning while facing the challenges of the Common Core curriculum and these unprecedented times. She specializes in foundational reading skills, phonemic awareness, and writing and math skills. Kimberly strongly believes we can make a difference in our world by being a positive role models to our youth and spreading kindness.

LOCATION: Long Island, Remote
TYPES OF SERVICES: Individualized plans for reading, writing, and arithmetic intervention, foundational reading, writing, and arithmetic support, leveled literacy assessments, and interventions.
EXPERTISE: Early and emergent readers, phonemic awareness, decoding, spelling, reading comprehension, and writing, individuals with different learning abilities and disabilities, individualized instruction
AGES: Prek- 6th

Kathleen F.

M.S. Childhood Education, Orton Gillingham Specialist

Kathleen F.

M.S. Childhood Education, Orton Gillingham Specialist
Reading Writing Tutors Specialists
Reading Writing Tutors Specialists

Kathleen is a New York State certified teacher and is actively working for the NYC Department of Education in the Autism Spectrum Disorders Nest program. Though she is currently teaching in a special education classroom, she is also certified to teach general education, both in early childhood (birth-2) and elementary level (grades 1-6); having both of these certifications she can serve the needs of all learners. She received her B.S. in Human Development from Binghamton University and her M.S in Childhood Education from Brooklyn College. Throughout her decade-long career, she has spent most of that time working with students with Autism as well as students with various learning needs, working in Integrated Co-Teaching (ICT) classrooms as well as a Substantially Separate classroom. She has worked with students with reading disabilities. Kathleen is able to adapt lessons to meet the needs of all students by using visual supports, graphic organizers, and reading comprehension strategies. Kathleen believes in the use of visuals and tactile supports to help students develop independence within reading and writing. She has received in-service Orton Gillingham training and has experience using OG in her Kindergarten classroom. Kathleen was able to use OG for both large groups and 1:1 work to help her students with phonics and phonemic awareness. Kathleen has been trained in OG for students in grade K-2; she uses these strategies to help her students build a strong foundation in decoding and encoding. She uses this foundation to help build strong and confident writers and readers. She also has experience with Teachers College Reading and Writing Workshop.

LOCATION: Brooklyn: Remote & Bay Ridge, Bensonhurst, and Long Island: Western & Southern Nassau Country
TYPE OF SERVICES: Individual sessions, group (2-3 children)
EXPERTISE: Autism, Literacy Support
AGES: Birth through Elementary School

JENNY

M.S., NYS CERTIFIED EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION (BIRTH-GRADE 2)

JENNY

M.S., NYS CERTIFIED EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION (BIRTH-GRADE 2)
Reading Writing Tutors Specialists
Reading Writing Tutors Specialists

Jenny graduate from the University at Buffalo with a Bachelor of Communication and graduated from CUNY Hunter with a Master in Early Childhood Development. She is a New York State certified Early Childhood teacher and has been tutoring for the past six years.

Jenny is trained in the preventing Academic Failure approach (PAF), Sounds in Motion, and Story Grammar Marker and will train with an Orton Gillingham fellow this summer to help her work towards an Orton Gillingham Accreditation.

She currently works with kindergarteners at a Manhattan school on developing foundational reading and writing skills, literacy intervention, and reading comprehension. Also, she has experience teaching 1st-3rd graders on improving their experience working with children with ADHD, dyslexia, and language disorders, She believes that children benefit from detailed math skills and number sense, building up their mathematical knowledge from the concrete to pictorial to abstract.

Jenny will begin the tutoring process by developing a relationship with your child and start with a formal comprehensive assessment to create goals. She meets children where they are academically and helps them develop the tool to help them become confident and proud readers and writers.

LOCATION: Long Island
TYPES OF SERVICES: Reading assessment, building phonemic/phonological awareness and phonics skills, homework help, individualized reading instruction, and progress monitoring.
EXPERTISE: building phonemic and phonological awareness, decoding, reading comprehension strategies, writing reading instruction
AGES: Pre-Kindergarten – 3rd Grade

MELISSA M.

NYS Certified Reading and Elementary Education, Wilson Dyslexia Therapist Certificate Level 1 and 2

MELISSA M.

NYS Certified Reading and Elementary Education, Wilson Dyslexia Therapist Certificate Level 1 and 2
Reading Writing Tutors Specialists
Reading Writing Tutors Specialists

Melissa holds NYS professional teaching certificates in both Reading N-12 and Elementary Education K-6th. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education from SUNY Fredonia and received her Masters in Reading from Long Island University. She has been working as a Reading Teacher for Commack Central School District since 2001. 

Melissa is directly involved with the development and implementation of the reading curriculum for grades 6-8 in her district. She administers a variety of reading assessments (formal and informal) which influence student placement. 

Melissa is a certified Wilson Dyslexia Therapist who has been teaching Wilson to students for over 20 years. She has extensive knowledge of the program and believes when taught with fidelity, this program works! She uses both versions three and four with her students as well as Just Words for students who need spelling instruction. Melissa uses Leveled Literacy Intervention (LLI) with students who need reading intervention but not the intensive instruction Wilson provides. For students who can decode but do not comprehend text, Melissa provides them with research based skills and strategies to develop their metacognition, thinking about one’s thinking. 

She has years of experience working with students with and without IEPs. The range of students with disabilities she has worked with is endless. She attends annual IEP meetings to review student goals and programs, therefore is familiar with the needs of children in Special Education. 

Throughout her career, Melissa has tutored Wilson, Just Words and reading comprehension to students in grades 2-12. She tutors virtually, at the library and in families homes. 

Melissa understands each child learns differently and should be provided with instruction that best meets their individual needs. It is not uncommon for a child to need phonics instruction as well as building their comprehension skills and fluency rate. Meilssa will individualize your child’s program and make needed changes throughout their time together for optimal success.

Melissa is passionate about sharing her knowledge and teaching children how to become better readers. She believes all students deserve to be successful and makes it her mission to provide them with the skills and strategies needed inorder to reach their goals. 

LOCATION: Eastern Long Island: Bayport, Blue Point, Sayville, West Sayville, Oakdale, Patchogue.
TYPE OF SERVICES: Wilson Reading System, Wilson Just Words, Leveled Literacy Intervention and Reading Comprehension
EXPERTISE: Literacy