Allison has over twenty years of classroom teaching experience as an intervention specialist ranging from elementary to middle to high school. Allison is excited to join Adult Literacy Ohio to support adults who want to build their skills in reading, writing, and communication.
Available Tutors: Columbus, OH
Throughout her 21-year teaching career, Ashley has worked with a variety of students in the elementary setting. Ashley uses both Orton Gillingham methods and Wilson Foundations. She is very passionate about reading and loves showing people the joys of reading.
Ashley is a licensed intervention specialist and has over 12 years of experience working with people with developmental disabilities ages 5-32. Prior to teaching, Ashley was an Inclusion Support Specialist at Columbus Parks and Recreation where she advocated for and modeled best practices for inclusion throughout the Central Ohio community. Ashley is passionate about building relationships with her learners and having fun while teaching reading skills!
Breanna’s professional experience includes working with individuals with developmental disabilities and adult populations throughout her graduate school career and clinical fellowship year. Specifically she has worked in The Ohio State University Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic, Columbus City Schools, OSU Wexner Medical Center, Dodd Rehabilitation, and The Ohio State University Aphasia Initiative. Breanna uses Multi-sensory, language-based approaches. All her instruction is personalized, direct, and flexible.
Jessica is a licensed early childhood educator with ten years of experience in the field. Throughout her career, Jessica has supported students with a variety of abilities and needs.
Lauren has four years of classroom teaching experience in grades 8-12 and tutoring for grades 3-8. She is passionate about one-on-one tutoring because of the amazing impact she has seen through that work.
Rachel has 6 years of teaching experience in an elementary special education classroom. Her student teaching included experiences with high schoolers and young adults through the age of 21. Additionally, Rachel is a caretaker for her adult sister with Down syndrome. Rachel enjoys her job with young children but looks forward to using her skills to help adults with disabilities create a more independent life.
Steph is a 9-12 Grade H.S Technology Teacher at CCS. She has a passion for meeting students where they are and individualizing instruction to be responsive to interests and needs. While Steph is not a traditional reading teacher, she is an avid reader and promotes literacy in her Career Tech Classes.