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Special Education Teacher 

Support Services (SETSS)

Quality and Experienced Instruction for Students with Special Needs

Prep For Prosperity Educational Services foster an engaging, student-centered learning environment and facilitate healthy socio-emotional development while utilizing a strategic and targeted strengths-based approach to instruction.  Students are provided with the foundational skills needed to become proficient in literacy and mathematics and gain confidence in individual abilities.

Instructional services operate through a mental health wellness lens that captures a holistic view of the student.  Child-centered, strengths-based approaches are implemented to foster emotional awareness, promote positive thoughts related to disabilities, develop autonomy in performing activities, inspire active engagement, and improve self-esteem and self-awareness. Lessons are developed to spark creativity, inspire active learning, foster a sense of community, and encourage positive communication. These strategies ensure an education for every child that is proactive, mission and goal-oriented, and highly effective.  

School-Based Consultation

 and Instructional Support

  • Caring, patient, and dedicated teacher with over 10 years of teaching experience in a wide variety of school settings (12:1, 12:1:1, CTT, Resource Room, Push-In/Pull-Out, Gen Ed) provides high-quality contracted instructional services to students with special needs
  • New York State Licensure in Students with Disabilities and Professional Certification in Childhood Education for grades 1-6
  • Approved by Department of Education to provide Special Education Teacher Support Services (SETSS)
  • Clearance through state and DOE mandated Background and Fingerprint check
  • Quality and experienced instruction for small groups of one to five students 
  • Literacy and mathematics taught in accordance with IEP goals and common core learning standards
  • Accurate records, assessments, teacher reports, measurements of academic progress, and other documentation created and maintained for each student
  • Management of IEP/IESP update and development
  • Routine communication and collaboration with parents, classroom teachers, and other school support staff 
  • New York State test preparation
  • Trained in a wide variety of instructional and/or remedial programs, such as Wilson, Voyager, Fun-dations Learning Systems, Fountas & Pinnell Guided Reading, EASE (Everyday Arts for Special Education), SANDI (Student Annual Needs Determination Inventory Assessment), NYSAA (New York State Alternative Assessment), and other learning modalities. 

After-School Tutoring Services (Grades K-5)

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Agency-Based Academic Support for Individuals and Small Groups

  • Tutoring sessions instructed by nurturing, highly skilled, and experienced educator who has been a substitute teacher for the NYCDOE since 2013 
  • Received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting from St. Francis College in 2000
  • Certified as an Educational Provider with the National Tutoring Association (NTA) since 2016 in various subjects, focusing on Math and ELA for K-8 students
  • Preparation for ELA and Math NYS tests
  • Clearance through state and DOE mandated Background and Fingerprint check 
  • Quality and experienced instruction for small groups of one to five children
  • Use of Montessori learning materials, visual aids, manipulatives, and other tactile instructional support instruments to facilitate hands-on instruction that enhances child's natural learning process
  • Routine communication to parents and resources provided for at-home practice and classroom-to-home connections
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