MANHATTAN, NYC, MATH PLACE VALUE TUTORING
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MANHATTAN, NYC PLACE VALUE TUTORING
Instruction Type: Private or Pods. Online.
Recommended for: Students entering grades 3-6.
In this course, we will explore place value through interactive games and activities. The instructor will use number lines and place value boxes to explore the meaning of the place value and help the student construct ideas about the relationships numbers have to each other. Content is customizable depending on student/pod grade level but will include comparing numbers, rounding, and decimals.
OUR COACH TATIANA
Tatiana is a certified teacher with over 7 years of experience in NYC schools. She graduated with honors from the University of Notre Dame and is a Teach for America alumna. During her time as a TFA corps member, she completed a Masters in Teaching from the Relay Graduate School of Education and holds a Professional Certificate in Childhood Education (grades 1-6).
Tatiana specializes in inquiry-based learning and constructivist teaching methods. She implements Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and Visual, Auditory, Kinesthetic, and Tactile (VAKT) strategies in her lesson plans. She uses a Cognitively Guided Instruction (CGI) approach to teaching math that is rigorous and individualized to each student. Tatiana will incorporate various multi-sensory techniques, including the use of manipulatives, to develop conceptual understanding. She firmly believes that successful math instruction happens when teachers build on students’ innate number sense and curiosity, making math fun and accessible to all learners.
She currently works as an educational consultant for an ed-tech company specializing in virtual assessment and instruction. She coaches teachers and leaders on using data to drive instruction and best practices for effective differentiation, both in school and remotely. Prior to this, she taught 3rd-5th grade on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, then in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn.
Tatiana has extensive experience with test prep material and is deeply familiar with New York State Standards, having had 100% of her students pass the NY State Math Test for four consecutive years, exceeding the statewide average by over 60%.
Manhattan Letters provides online speech-language therapy telepractice services via the internet from the convenience of your home, school, or office.
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You’ll require a computer with a high-speed internet connection, and, if not built into your computer, a webcam and headset.
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- We are only licensed to practice in New York State. Please note that if you don’t live in New York State, we need to contact your state, if you live in the United States, to confirm that your state allows for speech therapy telepractice. In other words, where you are located dictates the state laws for licensed speech-language therapy. If you live in Arizona, Arizona may only allow licensed Arizona speech-language therapists to work with Arizona residents. This premise is based on the need to adhere to the requirements for admission to the profession and to the standards for professional practice developed by the Legislature and Board of Regents to ensure maximum public protection.
- Also, in accordance with New York State statute, we are fully licensed with the current registration and we are required to practice in New York State. All New York State-licensed professionals are responsible for adhering to the same laws, rules, and regulations, and for upholding the same standards and competencies when engaging in telepractice as they are when practicing without the use of technology over a distance. This understanding is essential to ensure public protection and the integrity of the profession.
- Telepractice should supplement, not replace, face-to-face provision of professional services when they are appropriate or desired by consumers. There is a risk that to reduce costs, unethical or ill-prepared practitioners may cut corners in the delivery of care to New York State consumers through technology. We must ensure that the use of telepractice is not substituted for one-on-one direct service delivery when that is the more appropriate model of care. We must also ensure that the standards used in telepractice are consistent with those employed in face-to-face professional practice.