It’s a joy to watch a child develop a love for learning, especially those who may not have a conventional style and need support. Learning is something we do our entire lives. Education gives each child a key to their future.
I started as a special education classroom associate teacher at the JCSE in 1990 and started teaching in 1993. I became the resource room director at Beth Jacob of Brooklyn, implementing multisensory language arts and math programs. I also developed the curriculums and enhanced literacy instruction. I came to Gesher Yehuda in 2003, and now implement assessment models, supervise and coach teachers, oversee curriculum development, and instruct students through multisensory direct instruction.