Observing Ms. Proctor’s interactions with students proved that she is a natural caring and enthusiastic teacher. She spent a generous amount of time each initial tutoring session to get to know the students’ needs, challenges, strengths, and goals. Each subsequent session was spent addressing these issues in an effective and efficient manner. [S]he is sufficiently qualified for any teaching position, and seeing her work with students shows that she truly loves what she does.
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Diane is a reading clinician at a non-profit special education school in Boston, Massachusetts serving students, ages 3-22. Her therapeutic teaching method provides students with reading and writing instruction, ongoing literacy development, and endless support. Her degrees in early childhood education, expressive therapy, and reading have fueled her passion for meeting the literacy needs of all students. Through an integrative team approach, Diane facilitates greater learning through developing phonemic awareness, phonics, comprehension, and writing skills to build students’ confidence as well as encourage further progress. View all posts by CranstonReadingTutor