(B.S., University of Connecticut; M.Ed., West Chester University) is certified as a reading specialist and as a Level 1 teacher in the Wilson Reading System. Additionally, she has completed training in the Lindamood-Bell Program and Phonographix. She specializes in remediation of all types of reading disabilities and diagnostic reading testing.
(M.Ed., Temple University) is a certified Wilson Reading Instructor and enjoys working with students as a one on one tutor. She tutors in Wilson, but in the past has enjoyed tutoring other academic subjects as well.
(B.A., University of Pennsylvania; M.A., Bryn Mawr College) works with middle school, high school, and college students. Her areas of specialization include reading comprehension, written composition, and study and organization skills.
(B.S., Temple University; M.Ed., Cabrini College) is certified in Early Education, Elementary Education, and Reading. Her areas of specialization include remediation of reading disabilities, creative teaching of reading, and implementing the Orton-Gillingham methodology.
(B.S., Elizabethtown College; M.Ed., West Chester University) is certified in special education, elementary education, and middle school language arts. She is also certified as a reading specialist and is a Level 1 teacher in the Wilson Reading System. Prior to coming to Bryn Mawr College, she was a K-12 special education teacher in the public school system. Her areas of specialization include beginning reading instruction, phonics, reading comprehension, written expression, and study skills.
(B.A., Rowan University; M.S., Ed.M., Rutgers University) is certified in the elementary grades and in secondary Mathematics. In addition to experience in Mathematics Education in these grades, she has experience in engineering and in teaching Mathematics in college. She provides individualized instruction for all grade levels, elementary to college. This instruction includes SAT preparation. She also tutors adults who need improved Mathematical skills for career advancement.
(B.A., State University of New York, Cortland College; M.S., University of Pennsylvania) has Pennsylvania certification as a reading specialist. She specializes in psycholinguistics and reading, and provides educational support services in the remediation of reading difficulties.
M.A., CCC-SLP, (M.A. Speech Pathology, Western Washington University; B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology, Penn State University) is the staff speech-language pathologist for the Language Enrichment Preschool Program at the Phebe Anna Thorne School, Bryn Mawr School, and the school speech-language pathologist for Stratford Friends School in Havertown, Pennsylvania. In addition, Ms. McDonnell provides tutoring and individual speech therapy at CSI. Prior to coming to Bryn Mawr College, Ms. McDonnell was a K-12 special education teacher for language impaired students in Southern California.
(B.A. in English from Bates College; M.A. in English Education from the Steinhardt School of Education at New York University) has dual New York and Pennsylvania certification in secondary English (grades 7-12) and Pennsylvania certification in Elementary Education (grades K-6.) She has taught English and Humanities at various grade levels throughout her teaching career. She provides individual writing instruction (for all types of writing) to all grade levels, elementary to college, in addition to verbal SAT preparation.
(B.A., Bryn Mawr College; M.S., University of Pennsylvania) has Pennsylvania certification as a reading specialist and Level 1 certification in the Wilson Reading System, as well as training in Project Read and other Orton-Gillingham based programs. Her areas of specialization include beginning reading instruction, reading comprehension, study skills, SAT preparation, writing, spelling, and remediation of reading difficulty with students of all ages.
M.S. Education, Widener University 1987; (M.S. Chemical Engineering, Ohio State University 1979; B.S. Chemical Engineering, Northeastern University 1977) is a Science/Math teacher with training in Orton Gillingham. He currently teaches Chemistry at Delaware Valley Friends School in Paoli. His areas of specialization include remediation for mathematics and physical sciences from 5th grade to college.